Andy Murray is always a big draw for many fans at the Wimbledon tennis championships, but the question might remain for some on if he'll be taking part in this year's tournament.

Injuries have dogged the former World No.1 which has meant he has not passed the third round of a Grand Slam tournament since 2017.

In fact Murray's appearance at Wimbledon last year was his first outing at SW19 in four years.

He did make it to the third round, defeating Nikoloz Basilashvili and qualifier Oscar Otte, but lost to Denis Shapovalov.

Even then Murray's entry to the tournament was as a wildcard, so will he be entering Wimbledon through that method or through having built up his ranking this time around.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Andy Murray playing at the Surbiton tournament in early June (PA)Andy Murray playing at the Surbiton tournament in early June (PA)

Will Andy Murray play at Wimbledon this year?

In 2022 Murray has been playing at quite a few ATP events and has come out on top against several highly-ranked players, including Dominic Thiem and Shapovalov at the Madrid Open.

His most recent tournament was the Stuttgart Open in which he reached the final, beating World No.5 Stefanos Tsitsipas and Nick Kyrgios before losing to Matteo Berrettini in three sets.

Those promising results have seen him climb back into the world's top 50 ranking for the first time since 2018, at rank 47.

However, Murray struggled with an abdominal injury in the Stuttgart final which saw him miss out on the Queens tournament which is considered a warm-up event to Wimbledon.

Sporting News reported: "In the context of such battles for full fitness, the abdominal problem which ruled Murray out of an attempt to win a fifth Queen's title seems unlikely to keep him from Wimbledon.

"Pulling out of Queen's is a blow for Murray's preparations, but fans hoping to see him at Wimbledon may be relieved that he has not taken any risks before the third Grand Slam of 2022."

Therefore, outside of any further injuries, fans should expect to see Murray return to Wimbledon once more.