I think that I can draw a sort of partial conclusion after the first 2 matches in Rafa's return. The good: -Forehand is still in decent form. -The serve is passable. -it appears he actually stays in the time limit nowadays. The bad: -movement is pretty bad, especially off his left side. I find it funny that Nadal had "no injury" but he is letting many balls go and not exactly being his usual energizer bunny self, running down most balls. His lateral movement seems to have gone down quite a few notches. I don't know if Rafa is still guarding his leg but the slowdown is noticeable. -the BH - still a declined shot. -the return - Jesus. -the fact that he is still afraid to come in even when his opponent is a couple of feet off the court and can give up a telephoned CC shot in 90% of cases. Even today there were many instances where Gimeno-Traver was pulled off court but Rafa would just stay there. From what I've seen, Rafa is still trying to find his game but if he doesn't start moving left-right like his old self then he will have some major issues, especially against guys that can hit big. You can deal with weak returns when you've got the legs to chase most balls. You can't afford both bum returns and slow movement.