Novak Djokovic intends to play at Wimbledon this summer.
The news comes in the wake of the Serb calling the decision to ban Russian and Belarusian tennis players over the war in Ukraine a "mistake".
The men's world-number-one has admitted that there are no easy answers.
"I think it was the wrong decision, I don't support that at all," Djokovic said after his first-round victory at the French Open.
"During these times, it's a super sensitive subject.
"Anything that you decide is unfortunately going to create a lot of conflict".
The ATP and WTA have recently taken decision to remove ranking points from Wimbledon.
The sport's governing bodies made the decision in response to the All-England club banning Russian and Belarusian players in April.
The lack of rankings points is likely to result in Djokovic losing his number one ranking to Russian Daniil Medvedev.
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"It's a very unique and weird situation," Djokovic said.
"A grand slam is still a grand slam, Wimbledon for me was always my dream tournament when I was a child.
"I don't look at it through the lens of points or prize money, for me, it's something else."