Andy Murray is set to make a comeback from his latest injury setback later this month.

The two-time Wimbledon champion has been out of action since sustaining an ankle injury at the Miami Open back in March. 

He damaged his ligaments at the tournament and there were initial fears that the Scot's illustrious tennis career could be over. 

It's believed the 36-year-old is determined to play at Wimbledon as a wildcard before calling time as a player.

And this looks to be achievable for Murray after he was given a wildcard entry for the Geneva Open on May 18.

This will give him time to prepare for this summer's major tournament, with hopefully the chance to compete in other competitions before then too.

Murray opted not to have surgery on his ankle when the issue flared up in order to reduce the recovery time.

It's a decision that appears to have paid off, assuming he can come through the next month or two unscathed. 

As well as turning out at the All England club, Murray wants to represent Team GB at the Olympics Games in Paris.

The French Open begins on May 26, while Wimbledon begins on July 1. The Olympics gets underway later that month on July 26.