Third seed Agnieszka Radwanska insists that she ‘wasn’t good enough’ following her third-round exit at the French Open.
Agnieszka Radwanska has insisted that she had no divine right to win the French Open after the two top seeds were knocked out of the Grand Slam.
“If the first and second seeds lost, it doesn’t mean the third one is going to win,” BBC Sport quotes Radwanska as saying.
“It’s stupid to say that. It doesn’t matter who is in the draw, if you play good then you’re going to win. I just didn’t play good enough today to win the match.”