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"To be number one in the world is unique and is probably my best memory. To be top five in the world ranking for nine years is also something I'm very happy with" - Stefan Edberg on his years at the top. Read the interview

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... coaches in the game. But there can be no doubt that more big names are coming to coaching, however short term their contribution. “Look, if these top players are good coaches and they can get the results, ...
142. The titans of tennis
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... in private very discreet and reserved, but equipped with a superbly offensive arsenal on court. Together, the trio won 138 international singles titles, 24 of which were Major events. To these, several ...
... with a Davis Cup title. When the relationship between you and Roger began, almost a year ago, did you expect these results? For me, almost everything was a surprise from the first call I received from ...
... official matches. One of these fans is Scarlett Li, who has the privilege to be following the ATP World Tour Finals live in London. She thought to share part of her fortune, uploading wonderful pictures ...
... "This Award means a lot to me. I try to play as fairly as I can. This is a classy sport and I try to represent it as well as I can." These were Roger Federer's words to Justin Gimelstob in his acceptance ...
from ATP World Tour.com Roger Federer was honoured in a special ceremony on opening night at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, receiving his two trophies in the 2014 ATP World Tour Awards Presented ...
... have flowed. Apart from making life difficult for any opponent - even Novak Djokovic, whom Federer blitzed in their Shanghai semi-final - these two shifts have reduced the mileage in the great man’s legs ...
... muscles and light upper body give him extra ammunition to run around the court in this age of baseline play without exhausting his energy reserves. The five-setters against Djokovic at Wimbledon and Monfils ...
... According to Novak, he and his wife didn't have to fight about the baby's name because they reached an easy consensus on it. Like Novak, Jelena is fond of symbolic representations. He said that both of ...
... evening. “Of course, the pressure can always get to you, but I think with the experience I have these days, I walk out and I'm actually quite laidback and really excited to be back on the centre court ...
... just 1 euro. The initiative was presented yesterday at Milan, where John McEnroe, Ivan Lendl, Michael Chang and Goran Ivanisevic were guests of the opening media conference of "La Grande Sfida", a champions ...
... images below. If you want, send your own, and share these ones on your favourite socials!  ...
... from his career, from his post-career, from his off-court life, from his duo with Roger Federer or... combine all of these! 2. You should meet the standards set by the new Facebook page format: create ...
from Canberra Times.com.au by Linda Pearce If the planets align for Roger Federer at Melbourne Park for a remarkable fifth time in January, the presentation ceremony could prove to be a rather cosy ...
... former girlfriend. As always, Stefan didn't want to go deep in this story that he has always considered very private, never allowing questions from the media. "Sometimes in life you end up in these situations, ...
... Wimbledon and, in fact, was launched in London on June 28th during the 2014 edition of the Championships. These sneakers feature a strawberry red dominant colour that makes a nice contrast with the cream ...
from New York Times by Harvey Araton Prashanth Iyer and Ashwin Verghese were on their way to beginning a day of tennis watching at the Louis Armstrong Stadium when they came upon a commotion around the ...
... all these things. I started to watch him closely, and, you know, I liked the way he played and the way he behaved on court. I also had a one-handed backhand by then so I could really, I guess, relate to ...
... a nice present for me." [...] Sampras, his strength sapped by a stomach virus that sent him reeling from the Stadium Court after he toppled the former No. 1, Jim Courier, in the semifinals on Saturday ...
... every player Federer meets these days goes after his backhand, hoping to break down the one-hander. Now, with his new volleying proclivities, Federer doesn’t have to take a big, topspin cut at such probings. ...