After two days walking around the Wimbledon courts, taking pictures with the fans and releasing interviews for the local media, Stefan Edberg was finally spotted on the Wimbledon Centre Court in the day of the men's semifinals.
Just like last year, when he came earlier in the first week of the event to watch Roger Federer's second round match against Fabio Fognini, he was invited in the Royal Box, along with Annette Olsen (last year he was with his long time coach Tony Pickard).
Stefan and Annette watched the semifinals of the men's singles tournament Novak Djokovic vs Juan Martin Del Potro and Andy Murray vs Jerzy Janowicz from the first to the last point and, from what we saw, they were both very happy with the tennis quality and really involved in the development of both matches.
They were framed eight times by the TV cameras on the Centre Court. In this three minute and a half HD720 video clip, we patiently collected all the moments they appeared on TV with comments by Boris Becker and John McEnroe. There are also some screenshots from this nice British Friday afternoon.
- Edberg and Navratilova test the 2018 Wimbledon courts
- Federer criticizes young players: "I wish they volleyed more"
- Edberg to BBC: "Federer is the greatest in my eyes"
- Greatest tennis player: Edberg wins ‘best backhand’ poll
- Edberg: "No one thought Federer and Nadal would be here today"
- Edberg backs Robson over decision to cut ties with coach
- Modern technology makes entry in Växjö tennis
- «Stefan, thanks for being an inspiration!»
- Atp Heritage: Stefan Edberg, 1990-1991
- STE...fans, 12 and counting!
- Norman: «I thought Edberg could never beat me»
- Edberg's tennis hall wins passive architectural award
- Edberg supports squash Olympic bid
- Avoidable decline for Swedish tennis
- "The same Slams as Edberg and Becker? I got shivers..."