It's interesting that this article just came out yesterday and today, he withdrew.
It also provided some information about the cortisone injection that Agassi is taking.
Cahill: Agassi Will Play Wimbledon
By Tennis Week
Eight-time Grand Slam champion Andre Agassi will play Wimbledon. The 35-year-old Agassi is scheduled to arrive in London this week to begin preparations for his 14th — and possibly final — Wimbledon appearance, Agassi's coach, Darren Cahill, told the Australian media.
Wimbledon begins on June 20th. Agassi is scheduled to arrive in London tomorrow to begin preparation for the grass-court Grand Slam.
The 35-year-old Agassi established an Open Era record by competing in his 58th career Grand Slam event at Roland Garros last month. Agassi was forced to contemplate the finish line of his career bowing out to Jarkko Nieminen 7-5, 4-6, 6-7(6), 6-1, 6-0 while suffering from the sciatic nerve in his back in what may well have been his final French Open farewell.
In the aftermath of that painful loss, Agassi said he was planning to play Wimbledon.
"I have every intention of playing (Wimbledon)," Agassi said.
Cortisone shots have provided pain relief from his sciatic nerve and enabled Agassi to enjoy a productive spring season. He reached the quarterfinals at Indian Wells, the semifinals in Key Biscayne, the Houston quarterfinals on red clay and made a strong showing in Rome where he reached the final four before falling to French Open finalist Guillermo Coria.
At this stage of his career, Agassi is not only facing the world's best players, he's playing against time as he tries to squeeze out every bit of quality tennis he has left within him. For now, he's willing to trade cortisone treatment for the time it allows him to continue competing.
"If I'm getting a few months out of it, it's fair enough for me injection," Agassi said. "It takes 10 minutes and if I can give up 10 minutes for a few months I'll probably still choose that. It's hard to deal with hypotheticals as I head through he rest of the year and how things respond and where I find myself mentally and emotionally. It's disappointing to feel this and disappointing to be in a position to not be competitive out there. I'll keep plugging along until I feel there's nothing I can do about it. I was told I can take up to three (injections) in a given year."