There is an article
about his training in Roland in L'Equipe today.
It's pretty silly because when they ask Gaël himself if he's going to play, he answers: "Ask Chamagne (his physical trainer) if I'm allowed to speak or not. I've been given orders and I'll get scolded if I talk." Chamagne says Gaël isn't allowed to say anything indeed, so there's no point asking him if he will play, but he will announce it officially tomorrow.
The journalist says the decision to play is not surprising after having seen him training yesterday, his groundstrokes look so powerful. Rasheed said "Nice!" nine times, which is a lot.
He was even sliding and after having won a set, he told Marcos: "First set won in Roland-Garros this year! I'm liking this! Et oui, Marcos, I'm trying to find confidence where I can."
His knee is still strapped and he was looking a bit cautious before jumping to hit a smash. His physio also had to change the bandage once during the training sessions. But apart from that, the knee (he's given a nickname to it, it's "the mummy") didn't seem to bother him much. He should give more explanations today after the Rueil exho.