It's exactly like you say. The poor fellow had to give that post-match interview only some ten minutes after that dreadful match. He was still sweating - OF COURSE. You can tell he isn't actually *happy* out there, but there are NO TEARS whatsoever.
Whatever. Of course the Hata's were having a field day on GM again. Even some Rafa-tards came along to his defense, guess that tells enough.
Right! It makes a difference watching it with the sounds on, and it is clear that he was frustrated by silly questions and disgusted with himself. His voice did not show signs of fighting back tears. I think the ATP should ban interviews right after the match.