Mark Philippoussis has been handed a wildcard for the Stella Artois Championships at the Queen's Club as he aims to return to form for Wimbledon.
Philippoussis has had both leg and ankle injuries this year
The 28-year-old Australian has been hit by injuries this season and withdrew from the Australian Open in January.
His last match was at the Nasdaq-100 in Miami in March where he again pulled out with an ankle problem.
The 1997 Queen's champion bids to get his season back on track in the west London event, which begins on 6 June.
Also taking part are defending champion Andy Roddick, three-time winner Lleyton Hewitt and Britons Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski.