Andy Murray gives update on health, saying he 'doesn't feel like it is too much to ask' to play Wimbledon one more time

Andy Murray says he doesn't have "100% feeling" in his right leg but "doesn't feel like it is too much to ask" to play at Wimbledon one more time before he retires.

"I want to try and play Wimbledon again, I want to try and play the Olympics in a few weeks time. They were my goals at the beginning of the year," Murray told Sky News.

The former world number one had surgery to remove a cyst on his spine last Saturday but is still hoping to take to the court on Tuesday against Czech Tomas Machac.

He said his injury "improved significantly in the last week" but he "doesn't know whether that's going to be enough".

"I don't know how much it will improve in the next two days really," he said.

This would be 37-year-old Murray's last Wimbledon before he retires, with the Paris Olympics being his last-ever tournament.

Read more from Sky News:
Jay Slater search in Tenerife called off by police
Boy, 13, dies after being shot by police in New York state

As well as the singles match on Tuesday, Murray is planning to play a doubles match with his brother Jamie.

"[If] I get to play doubles with Jamie, that'll be really special. Not just for me, but also for Jamie and all of our family. We've never done that before."

He withdrew from his match against Jordan Thompson after only five games in the second round at Queen's in west London on 19 June.