Here I thought that the rainbreak would get this kids head together. He never had much "Tennis" talent. Just concentrated amounts of athleticism.
He can strike the ball. The problem has been constructing points, adapting his game to the surface and the opponent he is facing. He does possess weapons so there is still the possibility that he might get his head together, get his game together and start heading towards the top 10.
Doesn't look like he's going to give himself too many chances to win big titles but he has plenty of years to pull off the surprise Slam win or steal a few Masters events.
But right now he is clearly deep in a slump, regardless of that Challenger title. Could be tough to defend all those points from Rome and Roland Garros. Perhaps he'll rediscover his form on the clay.