With just over a week remaining before Britain's Davis Cup tie against Serbia and Montenegro in the Glasgow suburbs, it emerged yesterday that Andy Murray will have a scan on the ankle he sprained during his first-round defeat by Switzerland's Stanislas Wawrinka at the Nasdaq-100 Open.
Tomorrow's scan will determine whether Murray did any long-term damage to his left ankle when he lost his footing and twisted on to the cement court last Wednesday night. He turned the same ankle during last summer's Stella Artois Championships at Queen's Club, and for security he has since worn a heavy plastic brace, which he snapped during the fall against Wawrinka.
Murray, 18, has been in London since returning from the Masters Series event in Florida, and it is understood that he will do only light training - hitting for around half an hour a day - before the scan has been analysed.
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