Originally Posted by 6-1 6-3 6-0
Probably. His moment of glory was Roland Garros 2009 (only man to beat Nadal at Roland Garros) and Roland Garros 2010 (impressive but not very impressive since beating Federer at Roland Garros is not as great as beating Nadal at Roland Garros). After Roland Garros 2011, losing in straight sets to Nadal in the QF (with a 6-1 set), he realised that the mental edge he had in 2009 had vanished, so it was useless to try and continue his career, knowing his greatest ambition (winning Roland Garros) would never come true, as long as Nadal is around (and Nadal will likely be around longer then Soderling, since Nadal is younger than Soderling).
This post is pathetic in every possible way.
Mate, let me tell you a thing: A career in Tennis isn't based on winning over Nadal at Roland Garros. There are plenty of other things that counts (many more) than that. Like, for example, winning your home-country tournament like he did before "retire".