Nalbandian hopeful for Wimbledon
World number three David Nalbandian is optimistic that he will be fit for Wimbledon despite being forced to retire injured from the French Open.
The 24-year-old Argentine injured his fragile abdominal muscle and was forced to quit against Roger Federer in their semi-final at Roland Garros on Friday.
But he said on Wednesday: "I feel good - it was a strain and not a tear.
"I believe that I'm going to arrive in Wimbledon in perfect condition and that's important."
The 2002 Wimbledon runner-up returned to Argentina to recover after his 3-6 6-4 5-2 loss to the world number one in Paris.
He said: "I'm treating it with physiotherapy and work in the gym.
"I'm not playing at the moment as a precautionary measure even if the only thing that bothers me is when I serve."