Andy Murray is now pondering his calendar options after crashing out of the Rome Masters in the opening round.

The Scot who found a measure of clay court form by winning a French Challenger title last week was brought down to earth as he lost in three sets to Italy’s Fabio Fognini.

Now he and his team will have to decide if he wants to invest the time and effort into recovering poise in time for the May 28 start at Roland Garros.

“I’d still like to play but we did agree that we’d talk and make a decision as a team after Rome,” he told ubitennis.

“That’s what I wanted, to see how my game felt, how I was playing and physically how I was doing in some of the longer matches before making a definitive call on it.

“We’ll have those discussions in the next few days.”

Murray is back at the Foro Italico for the first time since 2017, the year after he won the title here over Novak Djokovic.