Stefan celebrates the break that keeps Federer alive in the 4th set of the Wimbledon final vs Djokovic
During the Wimbledon final lost by Roger Federer to Novak Djokovic, in three occasions the Swiss' advisor Stefan Edberg jumped up on his feet in the players' box for a standing ovation that showed how deeply involved he was in the match.
The first time it happened in the first set tie-break that Roger won after saving two set points, then twice in the fourth set: when the 7-time champion recovered a break to get back in the match and then on the set point that unexpectedly took the final to the decider.
Have you ever seen the ice cold Swede so fired up?
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