Murray yet to make a decision on Wimbledon - Smith

Britain's Andy Murray has not yet made a decision on whether he will play at Wimbledon, his Davis Cup captain Leon Smith has said.

A report in the Telegraph, external said the 37-year-old would not be able to compete after having surgery on a spinal cyst on Saturday.

Murray was forced to retire from his second-round match at Queen's on Wednesday after experiencing what he described as a "loss of strength, coordination and control" in his right leg.

The ATP Tour posted a message on X, which was later deleted, stating Murray was out of Wimbledon.

However, BBC Sport understands Murray has yet to make a decision after receiving conflicting advice - something Smith confirmed.

"He obviously went through a procedure yesterday and you have to wait and see now," Smith, the head of men's tennis at the Lawn Tennis Association, said on BBC TV.

"My understanding is no decision has been made and let's hope for the best for Andy."

Wimbledon takes place from 1-14 July, with the Paris Olympics - which Murray is also due to play at - beginning 13 days later on the clay at Roland Garros.