Not at all. It's a great first tournament back for Tommy. Flashes of brilliance, he was just rusty which is to be expected.
It's not about peaking now anyway. The main prize is at Roland Garros and in what promises to be the most open clay slam in absolute years, he has to mind himself for this as he clearly has a decent chance of going far (hoping he can make SF) with a decent draw.
Monteiro had to play the match of his life to win today. He was pushing left right and centre, Murray would have been proud of this performance.
Overall a good first tournament back for Tommy and don't forget:
The Roland Garros dream is very much still on