I don't think he will never get over this, nor that he needs a sports psychologist. Of course he is hurting, that is NORMAL. But he will move on in whatever way he is meant to move on (meaning: he will eventually get back to whatever life plan he had before this loss. Remember: he's about to turn 38, not 28).Last time Roger had a loss like this against Djokovic, he bounced back very strongly by winning Basel, Paris and WTF to end the 2011 season. However, I don't see him doing the same this time around. I think this loss will sting for a while. Do you guys feel the same way or not?
On a side note, I feel really bad now for calling Roger a loser after Sunday. I was quite critical of Federer and I regret it now, but the loss really hurt me a lot. It still does. But I can only imagine how much Federer is hurting. Poor Roger!
You're all imbuing this loss with too much meaning. It's a loss, a tough & painful one, but it doesn't "mean" anything. It doesn't "undo" anything, it doesn't change anything.