Just a few observations thus far. It seems as if Nadal going out has made him very nervous and he's going back into retreat 'let the other player make an error' approach, which if he comes up against a Del Potro, is a worrying prospect. All that work he put in over the Clay Season of hitting the ball very hard with the forehand, seems to have to waste... although there's glimpses that under extreme pressure, he's forced to go very attacking and thats when his best tennis comes out. Balance between slice and double-fister... in the french, I felt he was overusing the drive backhand and with his 'back' being the way it was, he was hitting alot of unforced errors and also in the Ferrer match, failing to mix it up and not playing with the variety we associated with Murray at his best. That said, I feel in order to compensate against this, Murray at Wimbledon thus far has gone to the other extreme, slicing a heck of alot and failing to be aggressive with his backhand, prolonging points unnecessarily and utilising what is his strongest shot period. Is it really that hard to employ a strategy where he's aggressive on most shots, but when he wants to mix it up, then slice for abit and then when theres a clear opening to attack, smash the ball for a winner. He really needs to look closer at Djokovic's style of play and seek to emulate it, at the moment he looks a tad lost.. the weapons are there imo (which weren't there before pre Lendl) but I think he needs more direction as to how to use em.