His audio interview on the FFT website - but it's not very interesting:
The journalist tells him he could have done a bit better and won in straight sets, he answers it was a very good match in his opinion and the kind of match he wanted to play.
He was careful since he had lost to Granollers last time. He had some trouble returning at the beginning and then got his game together. He played "very, very well" at the end of the 1st set and during the whole 2nd set. He conceded a stupid break at the beginning of the 3rd set, missing 2 easy FH (I think he says the sun was blinding him or something like that, he always has the worst excuses
), so he was a bit mad at himself and his game seized up. But he started playing very well again right from the beginning of the 4th set.
It's always reassuring to play in 5 sets, no risk to lose a set and the whole match in no time because of a stupid break. But every match can be tricky and there aren't any "warm-up laps" for him. As soon as he started playing slower, Granollers became very dangerous, mixing up his game well, playing good dropshots. So he needs to play his best tennis to win these matches.
Being seeded #16 is nice, but it doesn't change anything for the first 2 rounds.
Chucho is a very good player, hits hard, with a very good serve, so he'll have to be careful again. But he knows how to play against him. Now it's up to him to put it into practice.