Once again, hitman beats me to the punch
Thanks to the rain delay, I got to see Rogi's match. To me, he just didn't look comfortable out there on court, and wasn't putting much into his play. Compare this to last year's Roland Garros (or even Wimbledon), where he at least seemed excited to be on court and he was trying his best. Yesterday, he looked out of place and depressed, like he'd rather be anywhere else than on the court.
Which means his problem is in his mind. I'm wondering if there's pressure on him to perform to his potential all the time, every time (he's only human, after all). He's said himself he's a bit of a dreamer by nature, so perhaps he's at that point where he's wondering if he wants to commit to doing his best in tennis, with the fishbowl life that comes with it.
Luckily for him, he has the talent to keep him in the Top 20 while he makes up his mind.