Stefan Edberg will take part in the seventh edition of Trophée Jean-Luc Lagardère, from October 1st to 3rd in Paris. The event will be played at the Stade Pierre de Coubertin, with a capacity of 3500 spectators, and will feature other big stars of senior tennis. John McEnroe, Ivan Lendl, Mats Wilander, Guy Forget and Cedric Pioline will all be there.
For Edberg it’s the third visit to the Trophée Lagardere. In 2008 he made his senior debut there winning the tournament on Bruguera in the final, while last year he was defeated by Michael Chang in a wonderful re-match of the 1989 Roland Garros final and finished third.
The tournament will have the typical senior event format. Two groups of three players, with the two winners facing each other in the final. The matches will be played at the best of three sets with a Champions tie-break (first to ten points) replacing the final set.
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- Exhibition in Chile with Edberg, Rios and Kafelnikov
- Edberg wins Champions Series title in Grand Cayman
- Grand Cayman, Edberg wins and plays Safin for the title
- Edberg, Courier, Safin and Chang in Grand Cayman
- Stefan Edberg will play in the 2011 Hong Kong Classic
- Comeback-king Edberg takes title
- Edberg saves match points to edge McEnroe
- Edberg beats Krajicek in Zurich
- Edberg to play in Zurich next week
- Team Europe defeated in Gold Group final