Jo-Wilfried Tsonga looks set to play at Wimbledon after scans revealed the injury he sustained at the AEGON Championships is not as bad as first feared.
Tsonga's participation at Wimbledon was in doubt after he fell awkwardly during the final set of his shock defeat to Ivan Dodig at Queen's.
The Frenchman, who made the last four at SW19 last year, feared he had broken the little finger on his right hand, which he used to cushion his fall, but scans revealed the injury was only a sprain.
"Jo-Wilfried Tsonga suffered a severe sprain of the little finger of his right hand without tearing," said a statement on the world number five's Facebook page.
"He will have a new scan on Monday. His participation in Wimbledon is currently not in doubt."