Andy Murray has responded to criticism
from former Davis Cup captain David Lloyd over his appearance.
Lloyd, a former doubles player with one career title to his name, suggested that Murray should be more "clean-shaven" on court if he wanted to win a Grand Slam event.
However, the Scot has dismissed the advice and said that Lloyd is "stuck in the 80s" and should get back to "building leisure clubs".
I don't think it makes any difference. Guys like Borg didn't shave for weeks and months until they lost.
He's entitled to whatever his opinion is, but I think he should stick to what he does best and that's building leisure clubs.
I just need to keep working hard and not worry about what all of the ex-British players have got to say about my game because I know more about tennis than them.
Murray was speaking at the opening of tennis courts close to the Braehead venue for the Davis Cup clash with Luxembourg.