Murray hits back at Wade
Andy Murray has hit back at Virginia Wade after she accused him of being a "drama queen" at Roland Garros.
Murray was seen to be struggling with a back injury during his French Open second-round clash with Jarkko Nieminen on Thursday. The British number one was struggling to move properly on court and called for the trainer three times during the first set, which he lost 6-1. However, the Scot somehow managed to recover and won the game 1-6 6-4 6-1 6-2 to set up a third-round clash with Santiago Giraldo. Speaking after the game former Wimbledon champion Wade said she had more sympathy for Nieminen, "as you cannot play against someone who is being a drama queen". Murray, however, has hit back, telling the Guardian: "To me that's quite disappointing, to be honest. I know how I felt on the court. I know how bad it was. "And then you have people like that who always have to come out and say something controversial when, really, they should be supportive or maybe ask me a question first before commenting on it. "I don't really see what the point would be in play-acting, going down 6-1, 4-2. I don't really see what the point would be in putting yourself in a position where you're about to lose, and stop the match, and then somehow manage to turn it around."