World no. 3 Rafael Nadal is racing against time in the hope of being fit for the London Olympic Games which take place later this month at Wimbledon.
"I am doing everything possible to recover," Nadal commented. "After Roland Garros I had a difficult time, but the excitement is at its maximum, I am working as hard as I can and hopefully I will be at 100 percent. I am the one who is most worried. I hope that things improve and my intention is to arrive in London well prepared and recuperated. It is for this that I work every day. Carrying the flag will be something unforgettable."
Nadal lost early at Wimbledon - losing to Lukas Rosol, ranked 100 in the world, in the second round