The recent Rogers Cup conference call was not the first time that Stefan Edberg made "proud statements" on his backhand.
Eleven years ago, after a Queen's Club exhibition in London against Boris Becker (held to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the tournament), he and Boris talked to Sue Barker of BBC in a side court interview.
Look, at minute 1:34, what the Swede replied when asked about how well his backhand was keeping up, in spite of time passing by. (m.c.)
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