Andy Murray's return to competitive action is looking increasing likely to be this week in the 500 event in Rotterdam, a tournament he won the last time he entered in 2009.
Murray, seeded 2nd, after the withdrawal of Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic, has been drawn to play Marcos Baghdatis in the opening round. A tweet
, in Dutch, from tournament director Richard Krajicek, indicates that Murray's match with Baghdatis will be scheduled for 18:30GMT on Wednesday.
Murray will have to be near his best to navigate his way through what could potentially be a tough draw.
R1 > BaghdatisView the full draw
R2 > Lopez or Mayer
QF > Ljubicic (seeded)
SF > Berdych (seeded)
F > Soderling (seeded)
Murray, along with brother Jamie, will be hoping to gain entry into the doubles draw following their success at the Valencia tournament last autumn, but they will have to gain entry on site through their ranking after the doubles wildcards were given to Dutch pairings. The draw is at 17:00GMT tomorrow.