Didn't look like Robin even wanted to be there!
Not sure about that
Sweden has received a wild card for the 34th edition of the Power Horse World Team Cup, to be played at the Rochusclub in Dusseldorf from 15-21 May. World No. 5 Robin Soderling will lead the Swedish team.
“We are very pleased about the acceptance of the Swedish team,” said Tournament Director Dietloff von Arnim. “Robin Soderling is a top player and a very welcome guest at the Dusseldorf Rochusclub, who enthralled the tennis fans not only during Sweden’s victory in 2008.”
Soderling will join Christian Lindell and doubles specialists Robert Lindstedt and Simon Aspelin in Sweden’s quest to win a fifth title. “I have always played well in Dusseldorf and have great memories of this tournament,”, said Soderling. “I decided to nominated Christian Lindell as the second singles player. He is a promising talent and has performed really well on clay in the past few months.”
Soderling has an impressive record in his three appearances at the ATP World Team Championship. In 2008, when Sweden won the title, he was victorious in all his eight matches (four singles, four doubles), a feat previously only achieved by John McEnroe in 1984. Soderling has not lost a singles rubber since the last round robin match in 2007. His overall record at the Rochusclub is 14-4 wins (9-1 singles).
Germany will compete with the current Davis Cup team, including Philipp Kohlschreiber, Florian Mayer, Philipp Petzschner and Christopher Kas. The other nations participating at the 2011 Power Horse World Team Cup include title-holder Argentina, the United States, Serbia, Spain, Russia and Kazakhstan.