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Updated: 18 May 2019, 14:23
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"I love this somewhat dry grass, with a higher bounce than at Wimbledon. It makes my serve more effective, and leaves me a little more time to play my shots" - Stefan Edberg about the Kooyong grasscourt, just after his second title at the Australian Open in 1987. Read the article
At the 16th passive house conference in Hannover, Stefan Edberg was interviewed on his low environmental impact tennis hall project in Växjö. The arena, that will be the first internationally certified passive tennis hall, will be ready this summer, will have four courts and will be almost completely made in wood. Stefan Edberg is part of this initiative, financed by the Swedish company Södra, along with former Davis Cup captain Carl-Axel Hakeskog and former top ten player from Sweden Magnus Larsson. The project was made after a contest among two hundred architects.