The interview happened very quickly after his loss, he didn't have the time to breathe a bit and reflect on it. He's so competitive, it's understandable that he feels so bad, especially since he should have won it from the second set. But a good night of sleep and tomorrow he'll discover there are worse things than losing in Marseille or playing a crappy match (which was not so crappy in the end, as we all seem to agree. I would just take off all those missed BP and that double fault in the end
). And after all he enters the top ten, not in the wonderful way that he (and we) probably imagined but still, it's an amazing achievement. Why couldn't the stupid journalists tell him just that
I'm a bit worried about that Acapulco tournament. All the way to South America, and then back for the DC, it's really tiring -especially since he's one of the favourites there and could easily win the whole thing, or at least make the final. I really want him to do well at DC, and I also feel like it's a far more important even to him than Acapulco.
Hope he and Simon don't only hug when they beat other players, but also when they're defeated. This way Gillou can give him a comforting hug and make him feel better