The audio interviews:
Gilles is a bit mad at himself. He felt like he had the weapons to really annoy Andy today, but Andy was winning all the important points. He had his chances, didn't take them. But at least there was a fight.
It's so hard to hit a winner against Muzza. One has to carefully chose the right moment to do it and then really go for it, a little bit like against Nadal, he says. That's what he didn't do so well at the beginning, he was playing at a high pace, he wasn't varying enough and Andy plays his best tennis then.
And in the 2nd set his serve let him down, he says he probably had terrible 1st serve stats (43% during the match).
Tulasne: they knew Andy was going to be tough. Gilles was hesitating as to which way to play him at the beginning and it was too late then, Muzza was already leading 4-0.
But Tulasne means Gilles played at a very high level again during one hour. Then he wasn't able to take his BP again in the 2nd set, got frustrated and crumbled.
Then a lot of blabla about Muzza and how strong he is. He means Andy is #4 at the moment, but really not far at all from Djoko in terms of play. They'll need to find a solution to beat him, but it's going to be very complicated.
Gilles is sad right now and a bit upset too. But he has good sensations on the court, he's hitting the ball nicely, so they need to use today's match to see what didn't work and to work on it for the next match.
The next match against Steps will be very complicated again tactically, Steps won easily in Roland-Garros. And unfortunately, Gilles' fate now also depends on the results of the others.
But there are plenty of points to gain with a win over Steps - it's still a great story.