18.07.2017 -- Tommy Haas and Dustin Brown won the show match against Edberg and Jarryd held at the Swedish Open. Enjoy a gallery of pictures and the video of a rally with Stefan hitting a tweener. It was his first public tennis display in the last three years.
17.07.2017 -- Stefan Edberg was reached by Phil Jones of BBC Sport who recorded his view about Federer's amazing run at Wimbledon. "It’s always worth coming out to watch him because you know there’s going to be some unbelievable shots."
16.07.2017 -- Finally he did it. Roger Federer took his long awaited record-breaking 8th Wimbledon title defeating Marin Cilic in straight sets. After the trophy presentation, an emotional hug with his former coach Stefan Edberg.
06.07.2017 -- In 2017 the Swiss and the Spaniard returned to Major glory. Stefan Edberg commented their revival for SportBladet. He thinks they are still the men to beat at Wimbledon, 10 years after the climax of their rivalry.
21.06.2017 -- The Swede will play a doubles exhibition during the SkiStar Swedish Open, teaming up with former partner Anders Järryd. It's his first public match since the 2014 Kings of Tennis. Borg and Wilander will also be there.
30.01.2017 -- Stefan reacted to Roger Federer's amazing Australian Open triumph that gave the Swiss his 18th Grand Slam trophy at the end of a dramatic final against Rafael Nadal. "After so many finals lost with Djokovic, he deserved it."
20.11.2016 -- Stefan Edberg was in London at a media conference during the ATP World Tour Finals with ATP CEO Chris Kermode to announce a new year-end Masters dedicated to the top juniors that will be held next year for the first time.
"I felt like I was twenty years old again. Certainly I would have preferred to have won in '89, but I went back to that time and it was fantastic. I played like then. Only this way I could beat someone like Chang on clay..." - Stefan Edberg on his revenge against Michael Chang at the 1996 French Open. Read the article
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