The row started on Tuesday after Roger Federer said unfit players should give up their places amid suspicions that injured stars are turning up only to claim prize money.
Seven-time champion Federer won his Centre Court match after Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov retired in the second set.
Jones said he was called the N-word a number of times and had peanuts thrown at him at Monday night's game against the Boston Red Sox.
Viktor Troicki is also set to appear in the doubles competition after dropping out of his singles game.
'A disrespectful fan threw a bag of peanuts at me,' Jones, a five-time All-Star, told USA Today.
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A new Wimbledon prize money row has erupted after two of the eight players who dropped out of their singles matches re-entered into the double's tournament.
Both men will be eligible for £5,375 in prize money even if they lose - on top of their £35,000 winnings for the first round.