Netease Sports reported on September 28:
In the first round of the contest, Murray, the Grand Slam champion who played as a foreign card player, was swept by Wawrinka. The losing Murray not only encountered a round of the French Open, but was also mocked by the famous tennis player Wieland. In Wieland’s view It is impossible for Murray to return to the top level, and it is even more selfish to grab a wild card from young players to compete.
Although Murray has won three Grand Slam titles and is regarded as one of the Big Four, Murray's state and world rankings have fallen sharply due to injuries. In the second round, the French Open also relied on wild cards to play. The unlucky Murray and Wawrinka met.
In fact, the level of competition between the two sides is not at the same level. Murray lost to Wawrinka and only won 6 games in the entire game. His career stopped in the first round of the French Open again. The losing Murray was also "punished" by Wieland, who has seven Grand Slam champions. The celebrity believes that Murray replaces young players to get the wild card and only considers his own interests. This is a selfish act.
"I really don't understand Andy Murray, I really want to hear his explanation, why he is in the French Open, giving us the illusion that he will return the king. I am really disappointed, does he have the right to do this?" Wieland also said, "In my opinion, Andy Murray needs to stop and think about who he is. Does he have the right to grab a wild card from young players?"
Wieland hopes to let Murray know that it is a mistake to continue playing wild cards through his own experience. "I was 26 when I retired for the first time. Then I came back at 28 and played until I was 32. I feel that I shouldn’t take the position of players who are younger and more motivated than me. This is the biggest mistake I made in my career. I like the fact that Murray returns and works hard, but I hope he can figure out why he did it. "
Murray won Zverev at the Cincinnati Masters and the US Open five-set reversal against Nishoka Ryohito. Whether such a performance is worthy of a French Open wild card, I believe that the benevolent have different opinions. For the ridicule and criticism of the predecessors, Murray's response was simple and direct. He expressed "Love this" on his personal social media.