In a backstage interview by Justin Gimelstob, Roger Federer reveals his meaning of sportsmanship and his feelings after receiving his 10th Stefan Edberg Award right from the hands of the former player who was his idol and inspiration and now is his mentor.
A special clip celebrates the Swiss, who has proved once again to be, even at 33 and possibly more than before, the most popular player in the world among fans and peers.
- "Federer should skip the claycourt season," says former coach Edberg
- "Federer is exceptional, but tennis needs a new name too"
- Federer criticizes young players: "I wish they volleyed more"
- Edberg to BBC: "Federer is the greatest in my eyes"
- Edberg: "No one thought Federer and Nadal would be here today"
- Edberg: "Federer has got more Major titles in him"
- Federer and Djokovic to meet in WTF final
- Edberg: Federer 'the best I've seen all year by far'
- Maestro Edberg «Now Federer is perfect. Even at the net»
- Unique pictures of Team Fedberg practicing in London
- "Stefan has paved the way for me"
- What did Edberg do for Federer?
- Federer honoured by Edberg in ATP Award Ceremony
- Federer defies time with a new racket and Edberg
- "Stefan told me to play more"