Rafael Nadal will address reports he is set to pull out of the French Open at a press conference on Thursday.
Nadal pulled out of the Italian Open in Rome as he continues to manage the hip injury he suffered at the Australian Open.
The Spaniard had hoped to be fit by the start of the clay-court season, but last month revealed the treatment he had been having had not worked.
Nadal has never gone into the French Open, which he has won 14 times, without at least one warm-up event on clay.
There will be a press conference at the Rafa Nadal Academy in Manacor, Mallorca at 1500BST on Thursday, where an announcement is expected on the 36-year-old’s plans for Roland Garros.
“If he plays [the French Open] or not and the reasons either way will only be communicated tomorrow,” a statement from the player’s representatives read.
Speaking on Twitter about his decision to pull out of the Rome Open, Nadal said: “Despite having noticed an improvement in recent days, there have been many months without having been able to train at a high level and the re-adaptation process has its time, and I have no choice but to accept it and continue working.”