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|Date:||01. July 1991|
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.