An injury update on the fitness of Andy Murray has been provided.

The Scot does not require surgery on his ankle following an injury suffered in Miami last month.

However, while that's good news for the 36-year-old, there is no timeline at this stage to suggest when he will return to the court.

"Latest update from Andy is that he is now out of the walking boot and will not be having surgery on his ankle," a spokesperson said.

"His rehab is going well and he is hoping to start hitting again on court soon. As yet he doesn't have a date yet for returning to competition."

It's believed the two-time Wimbledon champion is progressing well with his rehabilitation relating to the ankle injury.

He was in a moon boot to help as part of his recovery, but it's now said he is out of that and is walking freely again.

Murray is understood to want to represent Team GB at the Paris Olympic Games this summer before retiring from the sport. He previously won two gold medals.

Wimbledon is also being used as a target for Murray, with the action at the all-England club getting underway on July 1 this year.

The second major of the season - the French Open - starts on May 26, although Murray has competed at Rolland-Garros just once since his hip replacement in 2019.