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Djokovic beats Soderling 3-6 6-4 6-3

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Re: Djokovic beats Soderling 3-6 6-4 6-3

That was closer than I thought it would be. I expect Novak to beat Baghdatis, and get crushed by Nadal.

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Not really a good win...that was so painful to watch but he dug really deep. He's incredibly stable mentally.
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Not really a good win...that was so painful to watch but he dug really deep. He's incredibly stable mentally.
A lot of errors???

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I dont like Novaks delaying tactics, he has enough talent to win without all his "tricks"

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Re: Djokovic beats Soderling 3-6 6-4 6-3

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Nole 5/6
Söderling 4/13

That's the difference between a good player and a top 5 player and that's the reason why Söderling will never reach the top 10. He just can't win the big points. He had many chances to win the match, but Djokovic played great to come back in the 3rd after being a break down and being 0:40 in the 7th game.
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A lot of errors???
Yep and he played way to defensively
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Robin!!!! What a choke.
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Re: Djokovic beats Soderling 3-6 6-4 6-3

That was a very ugly match. So many UEs from both players. Novak played far from his best stuff, but was able to fight for the win.

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Not really a good win...that was so painful to watch but he dug really deep. He's incredibly stable mentally.
Thats what i meant in the circumstances Novak was not playing well and dug deep to get the win, good sign of a real champion.
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Re: Djokovic beats Soderling 3-6 6-4 6-3

I watched it live, But Soldering would of won that, he didnt take the breaks. He had about 3 in one game, and 3 in another, thats not right. He did to many errors on his forehand.

But anyhow good win for Novak
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I didn't expect it to be easy at all. Soderling is a good player , with that said Nole was more tenacious and tough than good.
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A lot of errors???
I watched the match and no it wasn't an ugly match - some nice rallys, but the match looked more like a hc than a clay match.

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Novak looked really, and I mean really tired...I see him losing to his next opponent, no matter who it is (Baggy isnt it?)...

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