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"I won five matches and the title, which is most important of all. But I also gained a lot of confidence and worked on improving my serve and my game in general" - Stefan Edberg after his victory in Washington in 1994. Read the article

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A documentary by the All England Lawn Tennis Club on Stefan Edberg's outstanding career at the Championships in Wimbledon. Focus is on the three consecutive finals he played against Boris Becker, but also ...
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Stefan Edberg wins 1990 Wimbledon title beating Lendl in the semifinal and Becker in the final. A summary of his run, including statements from Edberg's and Becker's press conferences and Tony Pickard's ...
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Stefan Edberg vs Amos Mansdorf in Wimbledon 1990. Edberg breaks to lead 8-7 in the fifth set  ...
... could tackle either of them, he had to get passed a difficult customer in Israeli Amos Mansdorf in the 1st week. Edberg managed to win in 5 tight sets but only just. Few rounds later, he faced Lendl ...
5. Mansdorf, Amos (ISR)
(Bio & Career/Head-to-heads by player)
Stefan Edberg (SWE) 10 - 0 Amos Mansdorf (ISR) DATE TOURNAMENT SURFACE ROUND WINNER RESULT 06-03-1989 Scottsdale Hardcourt SF Edberg 6-7 6-4 6-1 ...
...  his life against the Australian Stolle, we have seen against Goellner and Volkov the best Becker of this season, and a healthy Edberg. Yesterday the Swede got rid in three sets of Israeli's Amos Mansdorf, ...
7. Edberg, a sublime strategist
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
... him, even if, as usual, the Swede looked more vulnerable in negative days. You'll probably remember the afternoon when Amos Mansdorf had collapsed against him under the finish line. As the other two ...
Lenght: 18:00 Audio: English Description: Stefan Edberg wins 1990 Wimbledon title beating Lendl in the semifinal and Becker in the final. A summary of his run, including statements from Edberg's ...
9. That trick-track Edberg lacks
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
An article from: La Repubblica by Gianni Clerici LONDON. When Stefan Edberg was forced to withdraw from the Australian Open final for his forth sprain at the right abdominal muscle, I was suffering ...
Duration: 0:19 Audio:Original Description: Edberg breaks Mansdorf to lead 8-7 in the fifth set of the Wimbledon 1990 second round.
11. Edberg beats Cash and the cramps
(Old articles/Australian Open)
... three second round matches of the men's singles were completed in three sets. However, Ivan Lendl risked much in the first, when Israeli Amos Mansdorf took a break of advantage twice, went 5-3 up and served ...
12. Boom-Boom's brother
(Old articles/Australian Open)
... Amos Mansdorf, and then John Sadri, who, although he's no longer in his prime, is still a good grasscourt player. All these matches were ended by Henri in three sets.The fact that he was then beaten by ...
13. Edberg, stratega sublime
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... forse il pomeriggio in cui Amos Mansdorf gli era crollato a spalla, proprio sotto il traguardo. Come le altre due finali di Wimbledon giocate tra Boris e Stefan, anche quest' ultima è stata decisamente ...