The world number two pulled out of the ATP Cup last week with the niggle and said ahead of the Australian Open that he was "suffering".
Madrid Open 2019: Rafael Nadal thumps Felix Auger-Aliassime in straight sets; David Ferrer calls time on career
Rafael Nadal believes he is finding his rhythm again after beginning his bid for a sixth Madrid Open title by beating Felix Auger-Aliassime in straight sets.
With Rio Open title, Laslo Djere gives demonstration of grit in the face of heartbreaking personal circumstances
His World No 37 ranking may show the hard work that has gone into his title. But for Laslo Djere, it is just a number that merely scratches the surface of the champion that lies beneath.
Maharashtra Open 2019: Kevin Anderson earns hardfought straight sets victory; Gilles Simon enters quarter-finals with comeback win
South African Kevin Anderson, 32, served 20 aces against 23-year-old Djere, who is ranked 93rd in the world singles chart, and won both sets in tie-breaks.
Davis Cup: Ramkumar Ramanthan, Prajnesh Gunneswaran suffer defeats as India trail Serbia 0-2 in World Group Play-off tie
Ramkumar Ramanthan gave his all but it was not enough to stop Laslo Djere from winning his first Davis Cup match as India trail Serbia 0-1 in the World Group Play-off tie
Davis Cup 2018: Serbia still a difficult proposition for India despite the absence of Novak Djokovic
The problem at hand for Bhupati and Co is how to break down the Serbians in Serbia, on what has historically been the least favourite surface for India.
Swiss Open: Roberto Bautista Agut survives early scare to defeat Laslo Djere, faces Matteo Berrettini in final
Second seed Roberto Bautista Agut survived a scare against Serbian Laslo Djere before holding his nerve to win 6-7(5), 6-4, 6-4 to reach Swiss Open final in Gstaad.
Six days after being knocked out in the qualifying round, Italian 25-year-old Marco Cecchinato made the most of a reprieve to reach the Hungarian Open final on Saturday.
Davis Cup 2017: Serbia still a threat despite Novak Djokovic's absence, says France captain Yannick Noah
France cannot take anything for granted in their Davis Cup semi-final against Serbia even though the visitors will be without Novak Djokovic, team captain Yannick Noah said on Thursday.