Lundgren is going to have an interesting time of it now he's coaching Safin, instead of Fed. Forget the slightly more relaxed on court demeanour we saw at the Aussie - the old Marat was back well and truly last night going through his full repertoire. Slumped shoulders, long conversations with self, and indeed anyone that he thought might listen, kicking dust, smashing racquets ... something for everyone. He didn't play that badly but the voices were back. He was off court before Grosjean and almost refused to sign the camera lens. If I were a betting man I'd say another Head paid the ultimate price in the locker room afterwards too. It's great to have the real Marat back.