There is a short interview of Jérémy in "Tennis Magazine":
He says he began the year pretty well by reaching the final of a Future (15 000 $) in England. But he had to stop 2 weeks because of a problem with the adductors. Nevertheless, he made it to the quarters of Bressuire (l. to Lugassy) and the day after, he lost in 3 sets in the qualies of Marseille against Montcourt.
He's still practicing in Pau with Frédéric Fontang and is very happy with his team. His physical trainer is Ian Sivy, a rugbyman and sports teacher. They worked very hard this winter, especially the endurance.
He practices in different tennis clubs. That way, he is used to play on different surfaces. Before leaving for a tournament, he often goes to Paris to play a few sets with the other guys in Roland-Garros. In November last year, he went to Barcelona to train with Robredo on hardcourt in San Cugat and that was a great experience. He was very impressed by Robredo who is a hard worker and spends the whole day at the tennis club. A great model, but Jérémy thinks that he couldn't withstand such an intensive training yet.
The journalist asks if he wasn't too disappointed to miss the world champion title last year.
No, he was #4 at the end of the year and it's pretty good. It's just too bad he missed the opportunities at the AO (because of a sprain) and in RG (he put too much pressure on himself). But he's very satisfied with the win in Wimbledon and the final at the US Open.
But now, that's over. He must work on his game, develop his best shots (serve and forehand) and improve his backhand and his attacking game.
He sounds pretty optimistic!