Andy Murray is enlisting the help of the world No1, Rafael Nadal, as he looks to regain top form over the next few weeks. The two men will practise together at the Monte Carlo Country Club and getting up close and personal with one of the best players ever to pick up a racket, on his favourite surface, at one of his favourite stops on the tour can surely be only of benefit to Murray. While Nadal said that he watches videos of his old matches to remind him how to play on clay; Murray said he would benefit by doing the same – of Nadal."You need to watch others to see what others do better," Murray said. "The one thing that Rafa does very well is his movement. Behind the baseline he moves diagonally back to the ball so he takes it at the highest point. If you move across the baseline too much, that's when the bad bounces can make you mis-hit the ball. You need to make sure that you always take the ball at the highest point. You can get away with half-volleys on hard courts and on grass but it doesn't work on clay."