Andy Murray must believe whether or not he has the appropriate to simply accept wild playing cards into primary tournaments on the expense of rising younger avid gamers, seven-time Grand Slam champion Mats Wilander mentioned after the Briton crashed out of the French Open.
Murray, a former global primary, was once given a wild card into the French Open however dropped out within the opening spherical on Sunday with a 6-1 6-3 6-2 loss to Stan Wawrinka — his joint-worst loss at a Grand Slam.
"I stay getting just a little upset, is it his proper to be available in the market doing that? I did it and I shouldn't have, it was once the largest mistake I did in my occupation," Wilander informed Eurosport.
"I believe Murray wishes to forestall pondering of himself and get started excited about who he was once. Does he have a proper to be available in the market taking wild playing cards from the younger avid gamers?"
Murray, who returned to singles motion final yr after a couple of hip surgical procedures, received the Antwerp name in October — a outcome that raised hopes he may once more problem on the most sensible.
Alternatively, the three-time Grand Slam winner appeared a light shadow of himself on Sunday and admitted after the fit that he would have a excellent arduous take into accounts his sport.
"It's tricky to surrender, evidently. By way of giving us all hope via enjoying, it's simply no longer proper," Wilander mentioned. "I like the truth that he’s again and making an attempt. With a bit of luck he'll work out why he's doing it."