if i am not mistaken, this is just a bad translation from an older interview. muster said that vienna will be his last ATP event and he didn't want to take away wildcards from younger players anymore, but he will still play some challengers next year. so this is not a real retirementMuster retires. What a fail comeback
There's absolutely no disrespect in what we're saying here, just being realistic. If he wanted to do it for the fun or for the fans he should've just played on the senior events. I'm sure his efforts there would've been much more appreciated.No, it wasn't pointless, either. If people would actually read why he came back, you would realize exactly why he did so, and what he sought to get out of it. Stop the disrespect for Muster, the guy is someone people should look up to, not criticize.
Hmm, I think you are not on the right path. Kitzbühel was packed when he played, same for Vienna. Whatever reasons he came back for, that's his choice but it attracted interest at the events the last one in Todi as well.all those wasted WCs :help: and he was hardly a crowd favourite to justify them :shrug:
I'm sure the events that he played at where they had an actual crowd on Monday for the first time ever agree with you...There's absolutely no disrespect in what we're saying here, just being realistic. If he wanted to do it for the fun or for the fans he should've just played on the senior events. I'm sure his efforts there would've been much more appreciated.
I'm not sure that this is entirely true as he was getting spanked by almost everyone on the seniors tour.Fair enough to be honest, he wanted competition and the seniors is not competative so it seemed logical. Perhaps he should now look for something competative in another sport, Cycling or running perhaps.