I'm sure he'll bounce back.
Yes, he will but at the same time, he will have to learn a couple of lessons from this match which is essential for him. As he moves along, every experience good or bad, will come handy in situations like this. People mostly learn from the mistakes they make and Andy is excellent at acknowledging his mistakes and learning from them. So I really think he'll be more careful next time and will be more aware of it at the very least. 2012 is the year Andy's won his 1st Slam - something a lot of people were convinced he wouldn't be able to do, so in the big scheme of things, we should all know what's more important - this loss or that USO win.
Anyd/Nole is a great rivalry and Andy needs great rivalries to learn things in order to continue to improve his game and to keep him always motivated. He has 5 to 7 years ahead of him and since this was still a year where he needed to win his first GS, it would fall under his growth period as a growing player. What we will see in the future, based on all these past years, is more of a complete player, who can handle difficult situations quite well and with a lot of maturity and authority. And a Champion who has all the experience in the world playing some of the greatest players of all time.