The clay-court Mexican Open is scheduled for Feb. 25-March 2.
Toni Nadal, the player’s trainer and uncle, tells The Associated Press that Nadal is focused on returning in time for an exhibition event at the end of the year in Abu Dhabi as part of his preparations for the Australian Open in January.
Nadal has been sidelined with a left knee injury since a second-round loss at Wimbledon in June. He has said it is unlikely he could play for Spain at the Davis Cup final in the Czech Republic next month.
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