To begin with, he'd stop crashing that racket of his, as though it were responsible for his bad run.
Alternatively, he'd buy a brand that doesn't break.
TELLING IT LIKE IT IS: "“Every tennis lover would like, someday, to play like Federer ...But every man wants to BE Rafael Nadal. Which is different.” --PHILIPPE BOUIN, writer; also, a rare, unbiased Frenchman
Life would be boring. I've said this many time, I don't think he'll ever be a threat on clay again. He just doesn't have the speed or accuracy that he use to have. He was never a patient player but, if anything, I think his patience has become even worse than before.
I don't think the problem is that Marat doesn't have a brain. On the contrary, I think his problem is that his brain works too much. He gets up in the score, he's playing really well, and then he starts to think too much and he chokes.