Kim Clijsters will play in next week's French Open despite being a doubt with a knee injury.
The former world number one, runner-up in Paris in 2001 and 2003, strained knee ligaments in the German Open.
But on Saturday the 14th seed for Roland Garros said: "I'll try to play a good match in the first round.
"The last two days I've been building up my practice sessions. Today was the first time I actually played some points. I was still a little shaky."
Her first-round opponent at Roland Garros will be American qualifier Meilen Tu.
Clijsters, who only returned to the WTA Tour in February following a long-term wrist injury, admitted she faced a "challenge" to make an impression at the second Grand Slam of the season.
But she added: "I'm going to go for it."
Since returning from her previous 10-month absence, Clijsters has notched up wins at the Pacific Life Open and Nasdaq-100 Open.