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By Rohit Sharma
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Two time French Open finalist and World No.4 Robin Soderling registered straight sets win over Spaniard David Ferrer in the must win Round Robin match to remain in the title race at the 2010 Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, being played here.
Soderling opened the match under tight competition but looked more comfortable of the two in holding serves to finally grab an elusive break in the last game to wrap up the first set 7-5.
The second set brought early success for the Swede who broke Ferrer's serve in the sixth game to soon find himself serving for the match at 5-4. Ferrer then broke the Swede's serve to level things up at 5-5. Soderling finally regrouped himself to grab another break in the last game of the match to complete a 7-5, 7-5 win in one hour and 41 minutes of play.
Soderling hit 30 winners to Ferrer's 14 but committed 43 unforced errors. However his serve came to the rescue once again which included 12 aces on key moments that did the trick for the Swede in clinching the victory.
Earlier today, four time champion Roger Federer overwhelmed home favourite Andy Murray to avenge the loss handed to him by the Scot in Toronto and Shanghai finals. Federer won the straight sets match with a 6-4, 6-2 scoreline in just 76 minutes of play.
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