Robin Söderling is a Swedish tennis coach and former tennis player.
He has never won a Grand Slam tournament, but reached fourth place in the world rankings in 2010, he won 10 ATP World Tour titles and $ 10.4 million in his career. He is known for being the first tennis player to defeat Rafael Nadal at the French Open. The most important tournament he won was the 2010 BNP Paribas Masters in Paris-Bercy, the only Masters 1000 he won in his career.
His last professional match, played on July 17, 2011, guaranteed him victory in the Swedish Open 2011 in Båstad. He was then forced to stay away from the fields due to a very serious form of mononucleosis that struck him that same year, when he was fifth in the ATP rankings. After planning his return several times, on December 23, 2015 he announced his definitive retirement from professional tennis.