Totally agree general Hercules. But does his butt have to be practically pasted to the Canon sign on the back fence? He's got to hit the ball back much further with his loopy topspin, and 80% of the time it's going to land somewhere around the service line when it goes in, putting the opponent in control of the point immediately... He's making it very difficult on himself, and has to hope his opponent just screws up serving to get a break.
Rafa is one of the greatest, if not the greatest clay court player ever, but he's driving me nuts right now standing so far back to return. This is Martin Alund for God's sake, not Raonic or Isner.