PARIS — The Grand Slam is still in play.
On Friday, Rafael Nadal confirmed at a news conference in Majorca that he will travel to London on Monday with the intention of playing Wimbledon, which begins on June 27.
Nadal, who has won the first two Grand Slam tournaments of the year, had cast doubt on his participation in Wimbledon because of his chronic left foot problem.
The condition, Muller-Weiss syndrome, has troubled him since his late teens. He received painkilling injections from his personal physician to numb the foot before each of his matches at this year’s French Open.