Nadal set to return and defend Rogers Cup
The Spaniard, whose last match was a defeat by Robin Soderling at the French Open, was forced to miss Wimbledon because of tendinitis in his knees.
"I am really looking forward to practice again," the 23-year-old told his official website.
"The event in Montreal is important and I expect to be there fit to play."
Nadal was given the go-ahead to resume training after undergoing tests in Barcelona on Tuesday.
Nadal was number one prior to injury. However, Roger won the Wimbledon and reclaimed number one in the rankings.
In Nadal's absence, Roger Federer won the Wimbledon title and returned to number one in the rankings at the expense of the Spaniard.
Nadal is the defending champion at the Rogers Cup, which was held in Toronto last year and will be taking place in Montreal this year and the tournament is set to begin on Aug. 10th.