World Number 2 Andy Murray is set to return from his back injury and compete at the famous Wimbledon warm-up tournament. Queen's club tournament starts on Monday June 10th and the Scot has ended several media speculation on him not being fit enough to play at Wimbledon later this month.
Murray tweeted: "barring no setbacks in the next couple of days I will be making an appearance at the club of the queen next week! (hashtag)backontrack "
It was the first time since 2007 Murray has missed a Grand Slam tournament (Roland Garros) due to injury.
"It's been a really tough decision, and I love playing in Paris, but after seeking medical advice I'm not fit to compete," said Murray who won his first Grand Slam of his career last year - the US Open.
"Apologies to the organisers and thanks to everyone for the messages of support. Now my complete focus is on getting back on the court as soon as possible."
Murray is hoping he can challenge for the title at Wimbledon this year after losing in the final to Swiss Roger Federer last season. After the loss to Federer, Murray came back and won the Olympic tournament which was also held at the All England Club.