World number six Milos Raonic has withdrawn from the French Open after failing to overcome a foot injury.
British women's No.1 Heather Watson will play French wildcard Mathilde Johansson in the first round of the women's singles. If Watson comes through against Johansson, she will play either Sloane Stephens or Venus Williams in the second round.
Andy Murray will play a qualifier in the first round of the French Open, with champion Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic both drawn in the same half as the British number one.
Britain's Kyle Edmund is one win away from a place in the French Open main draw after an impressive 6-1 6-2 victory over Romania's Victor Hanescu.
Edmund came through the three qualifying rounds at the Australian Open in January and the 20-year-old is on course to repeat the feat after this dominant display against Hanescu, 13 years his senior.