But before focusing on what's going to be his first match at Wimbledon since June 2008, David took a moment to talk to Argentine news agency Telam, saying that he's ready and in "good shape" now, coming to Wimbledon "in the best way" to play a tournament he "really enjoys playing".
I'm very happy with the preparation I had for the tournament. Since I didn't play Roland Garros, I had a lot of time to practice on grass.Apart from getting much more time than usual to train on grass, David was also able to prepare by playing first the Queen's Club and then the Boodles Challenge exhibition.
To adapt well to playing on grass is fundamental. As everybody knows it's a surface that's quite different from the others.
I've felt very comfortable during these last weeks where I've played on grass, physically as well as in terms of my tennis.So now it's time for the big one - David's first Championships in three years.
I'm really looking forward to playing Wimbledon. It's one of my favourite tournaments and the last couple of years I couldn't play, due to injury.For this year's edition, David sees his physical fitness as the basic factor.
I've got great memories of this tournament. It was incredible to reach the final  where, unfortuntately, I met a Lleyton Hewitt who was the number one in the world and played fantastic on grass.
The most important thing is that I feel good, physically and then, as always, I'm going to try to get as far as possible.