Colin Fleming is set to join Andy and Jamie Murray at the Rio Olympics
Colin Fleming will likely join Andy and Jamie Murray as one of three Scots playing doubles at the Olympics.
The Murray brothers, so successful in Great Britain's Davis Cup triumph last year, will team up again in Rio.
And now Fleming, 31, should have his place confirmed alongside Englishman Dom Inglot on July 15.
"It's a huge event to look forward to," said Fleming. "I had a great experience in London and I'm hoping to have an even better experience in Rio."
Broxburn-born Fleming suffered a first-round loss at London 2012, playing with Ross Hutchins.
Inglot is currently 29th on the ATP list, with Fleming 51st in the standings and Jamie Murray at number one.
Fleming and his Israeli partner Jonathan Erlich were beaten by Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares, the third seeds, 6-2 6-7 (9-11) 6-3 in the first round of the Wimbledon doubles on Thursday.
Andy Murray, 29, claimed gold in the men's singles and silver in the mixed doubles at London 2012.
The other Brits heading to Rio are Heather Watson, 24, who will be making her second appearance at the Olympics, and Johanna Konta, 25.
Kyle Edmund, 21, is also set to be in the men's singles subject to an appeal to the International Tennis Federation, because he has not played in the required three Davis Cup ties in the last four years.
The Olympic tennis event will be played on hard court, with the event draws made on 4 August.