I think Truc voiced my thoughts much better than I did
(I really have trouble voicing them correctly in English so I'm going to practice a bit ! Sorry for that
He's honest in the sense where he says what he believes is true and doesn't care about who's listening or if he should say it or not. But I think there are some things he just refuses to admit ("à chaud", when he's still in the match and didn't have time to reflect much on it). As a result, what he says is not always accurate but it's not because he's lying or pretending, but because it's his way of protecting himself, even if he's not totally conscient of it. How does that sound
okay it was far from fluent English but I'm working on it.
This way of thinking is very close to mine actually. I often refuse to see the situation as it really is so as not to admit that I failed, or didn't do all that I should have. And then I have enough and sit somewhere to deal with myself, because deep down I know that I'm wrong and it's not a satisfying feeling at all. But I'm probably reading to much in those quotes, haha ^^ And as Truc said, whatever works for him.
As long as he doesn't start to experiment in the middle of the AO final against Murray when he's leading two sets to love, I'm fine with it