Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares teamed up to win the Aegon Championships doubles title at Queen's Club yesterday, beating French pair Julien Benneteau and Edourd Roger-Vasselin in the final.
However, the withdrawal is a precautionary measure and, as it stands, Murray still intends to take to the court on Friday to take on an as-yet-unnamed opponent, which would have been the second of his scheduled matches at the Aspall Tennis Classic.
Murray and Soares have proven a strong partnership since joining forces at the start of 2016 and next month will look to add a Wimbledon title to the Australian and US Open crowns they won past year. I think we'd probably quite like to.
"We have been playing together for 18 months now and hope we keep playing together and finish the year as strong as we can". Murray also reached the final of Wimbledon with John Peers in 2015.
"He's always said he'd like to, but whether he follows through or not, I don't know".
Last year, Andy and Jamie became the first brothers to top the world rankings in singles and doubles at the same time.
"I'm pretty sure before they get to the end of their careers they're going to have a crack at Wimbledon doubles together", Judy said.
Jamie Murray was talking to Reuters as a part of IBM's technology event ahead of next week's Wimbledon.