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"People often talk about how you should work on your weaknesses. I was more concerned with strengthening my strengths" - Stefan Edberg after his first success at the US Open in 1991. Read the article

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The 1996 US Open draw controversy
Goodbye from the gentleman champion
Ivanisevic Shuts Door On Edberg's Last Slam
Edberg, terrible grandpa
Edberg scares Krajicek's shadow away
Edberg collapses and boosts Becker
Survival of the Fittest
Edberg, glad to amaze you
The Iron Man against the world
Bi-Stefan!!
Edberg, man anywhere
Edberg up there on his cloud
One man show
Muscled Monica had no mercy
Seles and Edberg win, but Connors steals the show
Volkov's hit, Edberg out
What a comedy, Jimmy
In a Word, Boring: Edberg Cultivates Classic Low-Key Swedish Personality
At the Us Open Edberg beaten by Krickstein
Lendl meets Wilander again in the Us Open final
 
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