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Thumbs down Soderling

What a fucking choker . He is lucky that it started raining, really how much chances does he need?

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he only needs 2 points haha, he already had one set point @ 6-5

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he'll waste as many chances as he gets, simple as that

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that is not a suprise he wastes a tons of chances pretty often, as i told he has the tool to beat nadal but not mental strenght.
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There is a reason why clowns will always remain clowns. They never take their chances. Never watch them in the hope of beating your disliked players, you'll only end up frustrated/wasting your time.

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that is not a suprise he wastes a tons of chances pretty often, as i told he has the tool to beat nadal but not mental strenght.
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Soderling's overhead at set point was beyond choke. There aren't words to describe that shot.

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How about the volley when Nadal hit a fairly weak shot right at him and he stuck out his racquet with two hands, framing the ball straight down like a weekend hack at the local park?
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How about the volley when Nadal hit a fairly weak shot right at him and he stuck out his racquet with two hands, framing the ball straight down like a weekend hack at the local park?
haha, yes

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Soderling has choked away plenty of matches and will continue to choke away many more. No surprises here.
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I think everyone was expecting Soderling to get in position to win a set only to choke it away.
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Pathetic.

At least Rafa is having his equal share of luck!

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Soderling was playing just good enough for it to be frustrating, he was getting his chances and then failing to capitalize on them. Nadal is able to do that extra bit on the important points and Soderling isn't
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