Richard knows he has to be aggressive from point 1 and not starting from the 2nd set. I'm expect him to take the game to his opponents and not wait for the other guy to make the errors. Sometimes it will work against the lower ranked players but not against the top players. But like I said Richard knows this therefore I'm expecting him to improve this very soon.
Anyway onto Rotterdam which is 1 of the quickest courts in the ATP calender so Richard will need to play well and not stand 10 feet behind the baseline!!
Also some points to be picked up as he didn't play it last year due to injury so it can relax his points from Dubai which he's defending SF place. Marseille can also help for the same reason as he didn't play it last year.
So I'm hopeful he can move up in the rankings by doing well in those 2 tournaments especially. He's currently at No. 16 in the world, with Soderling injured and Lopez not much points in front of him, I'm hopeful he can reach the No. 14 ranking.
Always onwards and upwards, even after a defeat!!