You are right, I accidentally confused him with James Lemke. I guess James would be likely to head over to Europe and play some challengers but he is not on any lists so I am not sure what he is doing.
pretty bad we don´t have any news from James himself, there´s no twitter or facebook account so for us it´s hard to get to know where he is going to play next time...
My choice for Duckie would be for at least a week off, no tennis, as he has just come through a very intense period of the Australian Summer of tennis.
A week off, no tennis, no training, then perhaps a week or two training/hitting/coaching before hitting the Challenger Circuit, say in Europe on clay. No need to burn-out and he needs some time for development, to add to his obvious good game and potential.
I think as well he will take some rest in next few days and will practice a lot to stay competitive and then he will travel to Europe for clay but there is possible to play on outdoor clay from April so I reckon if James wants to compete in March he will go to America there are held some interesting big challengers or he can try to play qualies of Indian Wells and Miami.... he´s got almost nothing to defend until mid-May as someone said here so he can try everything without stress and pressure...
JD goes down 7-6(5) 6-3.
it looks like a pretty tight match according to the result... it might be only a break difference in the 2nd set so it looks like very a close match... but even though James lost it´s good experience for him to play SF and gain a few points to rankings which takes him into Top 200...