30.01.2017 -- Stefan reacted to Roger Federer's amazing Australian Open triumph that gave the Swiss his 18th Grand Slam trophy at the end of a dramatic final against Rafael Nadal. "After so many finals lost with Djokovic, he deserved it."
20.11.2016 -- Stefan Edberg was in London at a media conference during the ATP World Tour Finals with ATP CEO Chris Kermode to announce a new year-end Masters dedicated to the top juniors that will be held next year for the first time.
31.10.2016 -- A 360 degree conversation with Sport Expressen from Stockholm. Here is our translation of Stefan's words. From the Sportsmanship Award to Swedish tennis, from Nick Kyrgios to Roger Federer's 2017 comeback: "It will be an exciting challenge."
29.09.2016 -- Stefan Edberg will end his drought from tennis exhibitions next November, when he will be at Sir Richard Branson's Necker Cup. Along with him, Caroline Wozniacki, Daniela Hantuchova, Flavia Pennetta and Fabio Fognini among others.
12.09.2016 -- Stefan Edberg had a quick trip to Italy to attend the year-end celebrations of the European School of Economics at Palazzo Borghese in Florence. Read more about it and see some pictures of the event.
02.09.2016 -- The 2016 edition of the Australian Open was the last one with the "serving man" as event logo, tournament organisers announced. The iconic silhouette had been representing the first Major of the year since 1995.
12.08.2016 -- Stefan Edberg shared his memories about his Olympics in a special publication issued by the ITF for Rio 2016, collecting words from all the players who were awarded a medal since tennis officially became part of the Games in Seoul in 1988.
"Things have really changed in today's tennis. In my years there were more upsets, there were a lot more names... It was not as predictable as tennis is today. You've got the question: «Who's gonna win the next Grand Slam?» and you only have four options" - Stefan Edberg on today's tennis. Read the interview
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