Exactly! He's acknowledging the lessons he can take from this and I'm sure it'll make him stronger, just like the similar turning point after Indian Wells last year: I'm sure it'll all be mightily positive for him and his game in the long-run! Unfortunately, I didn't see the match on Sunday, but I wouldn't put a defeat to an in-form Stepanek at home, indoors, down as an awful loss, so I don't think he really needs to do too much 'soul-searching' to pick himself up from this! Obviously, it was a loss for the team too, but he shouldn't be solely held-to-account for that, there's the matter of his selection in the first place (not his fav surface, out-of-form/confidence etc), and also the doubles loss, so if any jounalists are giving him grief over it he should justifiably ignore them or tell them all to bugger off! I still believe in Gillou! Bring on Indian Wells!