Kim Clijsters is recovering well from shoulder, wrist and ankle injuries and is on schedule to compete in the French Open.
Her spokesman Gert Van Goolen said on Friday that "everything is on schedule regarding training and recovery" to make the May 22 starting date at Roland Garros.
Clijsters had been sidelined since early last month and only resumed on-court training last week. She hopes to be able to make a definitive decision on her participation early next week.
Clijsters is a two-time runner-up at the French Open and slow clay is generally considered her weakest surface.