This is a bit Catch 22. Maybe if there wasn't so many events, the players would not play as many. IMO with the Davis Cup, Olympics, Masters Series, Grand Slams and then all the other smaller events waving large appearance cheques around it's the season that's too long that's to blame not the players themselves.
Tennis: ATP chief says players to blame for burnout
Men's tennis chief Mark Miles says players have only themselves to blame for the fitness problems that have led to a wave of withdrawals from recent tournaments.
Organisers of the Masters Series events in Paris and Madrid have voiced concern after their tournaments were hit by big-name pullouts due to player fatigue and injuries.
Critics say there are too many tournaments on the ATP Tour but Miles, the ATP's chief executive, put the blame squarely on the players saying they were playing too many tournaments.
World No 1 Roger Federer, Australia's Lleyton Hewitt, Argentina's Guillermo Coria and Spain's Juan Carlos Ferrero, have all pulled out of tournaments in the past week.