It's the same old thing really...if you have an injury, it is best to rest it rather than aggravate it...which is why I really don't understand Dima's decision to keep playing
(Don't mention $$$$).
Good luck P'dorn...hope the break works.
As Scoobs said, it isn't as if he was going to make much ground in the rankings with his results on clay. He needs to be fit for June onwards. Why even come back for the French Open? He could just play Surbiton and have an exta week of grass practice