Toronto R3:  Djokovic def. Soderling 6-4, 6-4
Soderling was very sharp in his service games with many effective 1st serves, but on the flip side, too many double faults gave Djokovic some free points. Djokovic was able to employ the drop shot a few times, one of his favorites. And because of Soldering poor reaction time, movement, and anticipation, Djokovic's drop shot had a good success rate. Although Djokovic faced some break points, Solderling was unable to capitalize. Djokovic, however, did break Solderling once and went on to win the first set.
Djokovic was a little more relaxed in the 2nd set but you could tell that he wanted to break Solderling at 3-3. Despite his aggression, Solderling's sharp serving denied Djokovic any break opportunities. At 4-4, Djokovic's desire to break Solderling was crystal clear. He took his game up several notches and finally broke Solderling and then served for the match.