Report by Jacques Dereix of Tennis de France on Stefan Edberg's first US Open title in 1991.
Special report by Norman Zeitchick from the magazine Tennis of November 1991 on the US Open of that year won by Stefan Edberg and Monica Seles, but characterized by 39-year-old Jimmy Connors' super performance.
Special report by Yannick Cochennec of Tennis Magazine (October 1991) on Stefan Edberg's first triumph at the US Open in Flushing Meadows.
On the July issue of World Tennis, Steve Flink previews the 1991 edition of Wimbledon, reporting opinions by John Lloyd and Rod Laver. Stefan Edberg and Boris Becker, the first two men in the Open Era to play three consecutive finals against each other at the Championships, are unanimously considered the favourite for a fourth act of their classic duel. But on the eve of the tournament that would eventually see Michael Stich prevail, nobody could predict that their Wimbledon rivalry had already become history or, better, legend.
A special report from Sports Illustrated of June 24th 1991, written just before Wimbledon of that year, where Stefan was defending champion. A portrait of Stefan Edberg from his childhood to the life on the professional tour, with a focus on his typically Swedish sense of humor. By Franz Lidz.
From the March 1991 issue of Tennis de France a little photo report of the Stuttgart Open with an all-Swedish final won by Stefan Edberg over Jonas Svensson.
An article from Tennis de France of March 1991 on the semifinal of the 1991 Australian Open that Stefan Edberg lost against Ivan Lendl, after missing two match points in the fourth set.
A very rare article from the French magazine Voici by Clara Mallory reconstructing the 1983 line judge accident happened to Stefan Edberg at the junior US Open. Dick Wertheim, 61, tried to avoid one of Stefan's serves and fell to the ground hitting his head. He died a few days later.
From Tennis Magazine, issue of December 1990, a special report by Bruno Cuaz on Stefan Edberg's victory in Paris Bercy. After a perfect run, in which he had lost only 22 games and no set, the Swede benefited of Boris Becker's withdrawal in the final, after only six games.
On the October 1990 issue of the magazine "Tennis", editor Donna Doherty comments Stefan Edberg's world number one achievement, come earlier in August in Cincinnati.
A letter from a fan to Polish magazine "Tim" with a request of an article on Stefan Edberg receives an answer in the issue of September 21st, 1990 by journalist Krzysztof Szwed, who draws a profile of the Swede, on and off court.
An article by Dominique Bonhomme from "Le Sport" magazine of July 12th, 1990 connects Stefan Edberg's second Wimbledon title to his growth in terms of personality.
A report from Spanish daily La Vanguardia by Dagoberto Escorcia on Stefan Edberg's second Wimbledon title, taken in the legendary 1990 five set final against Boris Becker.
In 1990, Stefan Edberg purchased an apartment in Mougins, a little town on the French Riviera, where he liked to spend some of his spare time away from the stress of the Tour. Dominique Bonnot of Tennis de France met him right there a few weeks before the French Open of that year and talked to him about his relationship with France and his goal of becoming world number one. Clipping dedicated to STE...fans donor Mahtab Moayeri with a huge thank you from all the community!
After his Indian Wells title and Key Biscayne final, always playing Andre Agassi in the last match, everyone indicates Stefan Edberg as the main candidate to surpass Ivan Lendl at the top of the world rankings. This offers journalist Peter Raschner the occasion to draw a little profile of the Swede, comparing him with his main rival, German Boris Becker. Article from March 29th, 1990 issue of Bravo magazine.
Report by Enrico Schiavina on the 1990 edition of the Newsweek Cup in Indian Wells won by Stefan Edberg, beating Andre Agassi in a close final. Article from the March 22nd issue of Matchball.
From «-15» of French Tennis Magazine of January 2005, an article recalling Stefan Edberg's triumph at the 1989 Masters, the last held at the Madison Square Garden in New York.
15 years after the 1989 edition of the Roland Garros, French Tennis Magazine recalls Michael Chang's success in five sets on Stefan Edberg in one of the most memorable Grand Slam finals of the Open Era.
An interview with Stefan Edberg by Iacopo Iandiorio for "La Gazzetta dello Sport Magazine" of March 13th, 1999. This is one of the first wide-ranging interviews made to Edberg in Italy after his retirement from tennis.
An article by Rino Tommasi from La Gazzetta dello Sport of January 25th, 1989 about Stefan Edberg's victory over Pat Cash in the fourth round of the Australian Open. After dominating the match, the Swede gets injured in the final stages and will be forced to withdraw from the tournament.
Just a couple of months after his 1988 Wimbledon title, a profile of Stefan Edberg by Kim Cunningham of the magazine "World Tennis" (October issue).
A collection of statements from Stefan Edberg after his first Wimbledon title in 1988. Stefan talks about what winning the Championships means to him, how his life would change after this success, how he celebrated, Bjorn Borg's influence on him and his plans for the future.
From the issue of August 1988 of Tennis Magazine a special report on Stefan Edberg's first Wimbledon title by Guy Barbier. 10 pages + tournament singles draw.
Special report on Stefan Edberg's first success at Wimbledon by Nirmal Shekar for Indian weekly Sportstar of July 16th,1988. A deep insight of the men's and women's editions of the tournament.
In the issue of August 1987 of World Tennis an interview with Stefan Edberg by Kim Cunningham and a portrait of the Swede, described as one of the major contenders for the world n.1. The "Scouting report" by Paul Cohen provides a deep analysis of Stefan's game.
Special report from the March 1987 issue of Tennis Magazine about Stefan Edberg's second Australian Open victory. His gutsy five-set final against home idol Pat Cash proved the world that, in spite of a kind and polite attitude, he knew how to fight, when he needed to. Article by Jean Couvercelle and Christophe Guibbaud.
In the March 2002 issue of Tennis Magazine, the section "-15" recalls Stefan Edberg's victory at the 1987 Australian Open against Pat Cash, with the extraordinary performance by the Swede who, up two sets to love, was rejoined by his opponent, before closing the match at the fifth, freezing the enthusiasm of the home crowd that was all behind the local hero.
The February 1987 issue of Il Tennis Italiano dedicates an article by Ettore Ferreri to the 1986 Davis Cup final between Australia and Sweden played in Melbourne at the Kooyong Stadium and won by the home team for 3-2, especially thanks to Pat Cash's extraordinary form. Article shared by fan Alexia Amaricci.
Report by Gérard Bersier of L'Impartial on Stefan Edberg's first claycourt title at Gstaad in 1986, after a five-set final against home player and tournament.wonder Roland Stadler.
An interview to Stefan Edberg from German magazine Bravo dating back to 1986. Stefan introduces himself and gives some interesting details about his private life.
After his 1985 Australian Open and Davis Cup triumphs, Stefan Edberg is, along with Boris Becker, the new hot gun of the game. In this feature article from the 1986 issue of Tennis, Roger M. Williams explains why he is already a worthy representative of the Swedish wave, inaugurated by Bjorn Borg and Mats Wilander.
Special report from the January 1986 issue of Tennis de France about Stefan Edberg's first Grand Slam title at the Australian Open. The article by Francis Haedens also deals with the growing importance of the event, slowly getting closer and closer to the status of the other Majors.
Tennis magazine contributor John Tullius reports on the 1985 edition of the Australian Open, Stefan Edberg's first Grand Slam trophy in singles. A tournament the Swede won beating Ivan Lendl in a five-set semifinal and Mats Wilander in the first all-Swede final in the history of tennis.
An article from the Associated Press of August 12th, 1984 about Stefan Edberg's and Steffi Graf's gold medals at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, where tennis was a demonstration sport.
Report from La Stampa Sera of March 26th 1984 on Stefan Edberg's first tournament victory in Milan on Mats Wilander. The article features statements from both players after the final.
"Il Giornalino" of April 1984 dedicates an article to Stefan Edberg's first professional victory at the indoor tournament of Milan, where he beat Mats Wilander in the final.
In the issue of April 18th 1984 of Matchball, Rino Tommasi reports on the Cuore Cup in Milan of that year, Stefan Edberg's first Grand Prix tournament victory. With an amazing run, the 18 year old Swede won the event, without dropping a single set in the entire week. In the final against compatriot Mats Wilander, he proved that the Swedish dinasty started by Bjorn Borg could have one more successor, although with a completely different style of play. Clipping kindly contributed by Il Museo del Tennis.
In the issue of March 1999, Tennis Magazine dedicates its section «-15» to Stefan Edberg's first tournament victory on the tour at Milan in 1984, when he beat Mats Wilander in the final and impressed opponents and experts with the fluency and efficacy of his serve and volley style. [milan_1984]
Il Tennis Italiano recalls the 1984 edition of the Cuore Cup in Milan, Stefan Edberg's first professional tournament victory. Article shared by Martina Frammartino. [milan_1984]
A special report from "Il Tennis Italiano" of August 1982 by Umberto Mezzanotte on Stefan Edberg's victory at the Avvenire Trophy at the Ambrosiano Tennis Club in Milan.
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