Ok, I'm sure this has already been posted, but I just got done watching the match between him and Hewitt at Queen's club before Rafael had to retire due to injury. I must say he definitely is not playing clay court tennis on grass. Even Hewitt remarked afterwards how hard and flat Nadal was hitting the ball. He stood closer on the baseline, served and volleyed numerous times, flattened out his shots, and was hitting harder servers in the first set. I wonder if his shoulder started to hurt because he was going for so much more on his first serve and wasn't used to it, because during the second set he was just putting the serves in and it didn't work out so well. If he can keep up the adjustment, things are looking good for Wimbledon, at least much better than last year's 2nd round appearance.