No worries mate. You are right, but I still think it will give him confidence.
He gives the impression of a very calm, composed and confident player. He's effectively our wild card - it's very hard to gauge just how good he is right now. Given how he has performed on his three appearances on the main tour, it's clear he's plenty capable of going toe-to-toe with top 50 players. The only time he's been really blown away was against Janowicz, and given the surface and the latter's performances throughout that tournament, it's somewhat understandable.
If anything it would be a good challenge for Kyle and a good indicator of where he is at right now. Equally if he does lose comprehensively, I don't think it will affect him too much. He's a smart guy, and he knows how to find the positives. Whereas if James were to get thrashed, I think it would hammer his confidence a bit more.
It's a tough one for Leon, will definitely be interesting to see who he goes with. If, as people seem to believe (and I am inclined to agree), Andy does have a say in the team, then Kyle would have to be favourite given the vote of confidence Andy gave him.