Rafael Nadal is recovering at home after he underwent treatment on his injured left foot on Tuesday, as the French Open champion battles to be fit for Wimbledon.
Nadal has returned to his house in Mallorca, less than three weeks before the start of Wimbledon on June 27.
The 36-year-old said his foot was "asleep" due to injections during his victory over Casper Ruud in the final at Roland Garros on Sunday, a win that secured Nadal his 22nd Grand Slam title
Nadal then travelled to Barcelona to begin "pulsed radiofrequency stimulation" treatment, a spokesman for the Spaniard said on Wednesday, which is aimed at reducing nerve pain.
The treatment means the nerves around the area of Nadal's injury will be "temporarily numb".
"I will be there if my body allows it. Wimbledon is a priority, the Grand Slams are a priority," Nadal said on Sunday, when asked about Wimbledon.
"Playing it with anti-inflammatories, yes; with anaesthesia injections, no."