I would contend they're more upset that Gasquet folded like a cheap tent in that match once Murray got his back loosened up.
here's what Nieminen said on his blog about his match against Murray, it's very nice and responsible as Jarkko always is but you can't help haveing the impression that his "certainty" that Muray would retire made him let the match go away :
Yesterday I was disappointed with the way I played my match, today I'm just happy that I'm alive and healthy... I almost got hit by a motorcycle in the morning. It came so fast behind the corner when I was crossing the street, luckily I reacted to the sound of it and could jump back just before it hit me. I didn't get hurt. It was a good reminder that it's good to live in the present moment and enjoy the time here as much as possible, you never know when it ends. I'm still amazed with what happened, very happy to be in one piece. Luckily I was faster now in the morning than yesterday on the court.
I have been able to do the right things tactically, mentally and physically pretty well for a long time now. The quality can variate but doing the right things is something that you can control, the result is just an outcome of the work you put in to it. I think I have written this many times in the past but it's a kind of a motto for me in playing. Yesterday I couldn't do the right things and the quality of my game was bad almost from the beginning to the end.
First two games I played better, after that Murray got big problems with his back or at least he was showing them very clearly. He couldn't basically play anymore... for a while. Sometimes even walking seemed to be too difficult. He didn't run for any balls for the next one and a half sets. I tried to keep playing the same but it was hard because there was no normal playing anymore. It was enough just to hit the ball once to the corner, most of the time just over the net, and the point was over. I didn't have to do anything for over a set. Even though I never expect someone to retire, this time I was sure that Murray would give up. I have had many opponents suffering on the court, many retirements and I have never seen someone struggling as much as Murray. Never so much drama. He just could not serve, play tennis what so ever. When you see a player in this kind of shape, especially a top-player, the natural thought is that for him it doesn't make any sense to keep going. Anyway Murray still did.
He got some treatment and in the middle of the second set he started to move better and he was able to serve again. I then decided to hit with a better pace again because but my strokes just went all over the place. I hadn't done game wise anything for 30min, the was no game, and then when Murray started to play more again, I couldn't do the things that I wanted to do. I didn't handle that change well. Everything felt bad, I didn't have any basics in good shape.
When Murray had this miracle healing, he still didn't do anything with the ball, he was just running everything back. I was watching his first round match and he played the same, very passive, running everything back, not missing any. That's why I felt confident going in to this match, I thought if Murray still plays the same way like in the first match, I have good chances, it would not be enough and at the same time my game was in such a good shape. That's why it's even more frustrating to finish the tournament with a poor match, because I had only good days in the last 2 weeks, extremely good.
The whole package let me down yesterday, the serve, returns, moving, thinking on the court, ground strokes etc. were really bad. Just the way the ball felt in the strings, felt like I was hitting stones. I tried some looser stringing tensions during the match to feel the ball a bit more but that didn't help either. When I had my loosest tension and that felt tight as well, I even tried to step and jump on the strings to make them looser fast. That might look brutal, (even more because you are not often really smiling when you do that) but that can have an effect. You see sometimes players do that, it's just not a good way to do it because you don't have control over how much tension you loose and it also looks like you want to destroy the racket even though you don't. My rackets, my loved ones are all fine and well. This is for the guy who asked for my racket after the match (I had a couple in my hands when I left the court), I still need the same ones for the next tournaments. Every stringing felt tight because my body wasn't behind the stroke, I moved bad and so the stroke was not relaxed and the timing was off. It was ok in the beginning of the match but after doing nothing for a while and then trying to raise the pace again, it was very off.
Anyway, whatever I did, it didn't work. After doing nothing for a while, after taking wrong choices for a while, there was no coming back, whatever I tried. I tried to take a toilet break, calm down game wise, come back to the court with a good plan, but it was tough to follow any game plan because I kept missing the easy shots as well. My good basic game, the way I have been playing earlier, would have been enough to beat Murray yesterday. I knew before that if Murray plays passive (I still expected him to play more aggressive comparing the first round match), everything it's up to me, he won't hurt me with his ground strokes, I either beat him with my game or lose it. Unfortunately my quality of the game wasn't good enough at any stage, obviously after Murray was able to run and serve. Despite of Murray's physical problems, whatever it was/is, it doesn't take the fact away that I just played a poor match.