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"I played some great tennis in Australia, I played some great tennis this week. If I can continue to work hard and not get another injury in the near future, I've got a good shot at doing really well this year" - Stefan Edberg about his prospects for 1990 after winning in Indian Wells. Read the article

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from The New York Times by Christopher Clarey PARIS — The last point of the official 2014 season was fitting. Not only because Roger Federer won it to cap a resurgent year by securing the Davis Cup ...
... titles. Edberg continues to work in tandem with Severin Luthi, the Swiss Davis Cup coach. As a player, the cool net-rusher won six major titles from 11 finals, five of them in Melbourne. Only the French ...
... But it appears that since taking on the job as Federer’s co-coach (with Swiss Davis Cup captain Severin Luthi), Edberg has finally convinced Federer that at this stage in his career, he is best served ...
... are keen to put too much of the spotlight on the old foes, respectful of the respective roles payed by their respective long-time coaches, Severin Luthi and Marian Vajda. "Stefan is clearly a piece of ...
Roger Federer beat Milos Raonic in straight sets 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 and advanced to his record ninth Wimbledon final. Since earlier Novak Djokovic had beaten Grigor Dimitrov in four sets, it means that there ...
by Mauro Cappiello Stefan Edberg and Roger Federer during their first hitting session in Paris After the first two rounds with only Severin Lüthi in his corner, as anticipated by the French media, yesterday ...
from Expressen.se by Linus Sunnervik translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Gossips said his tennis career was over. Six months later, with Stefan Edberg as coach, Roger Federer is reborn. Sport-Expressen ...
from Eurosport.de translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Edberg and Federer in Rome (picture contributed by Chiara Penso) In an exclusive interview Stefan Edberg talks with Eurosport about his cooperation ...
from Eurosport.se by Lennart Sandahl translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Stefan Edberg was a large part of the Swedish tennis miracle. Between 1983 and 1996, he won six Grand Slams and three ...
... this week and said they did no more than exchange text messages in the lead up to the semi-final. Federer is accompanied this week by Swiss Davis Cup coach, Severin Luthi. "I would like to focus on the ...
... when Roger first arrives there are screams and cheers along with applause.  And right behind Roger and Severin Luthi comes Stefan Edberg.  It was simply amazing to see Roger on the same court as Stefan.  ...
... but both men are enjoying the experience. Federer, nevertheless, stresses that Severin Luthi, Switzerland's Davis Cup captain, is his coach. Luthi, incidentally, will face an interesting test of loyalties ...
... difficult to improve someone who's been No.1 for such a long while but there's always something you can do." Severin Luthi, the Switzerland Davis Cup coach who has worked with Federer for several years, ...
... a bit of that. "Tomorrow we will just go through the motions in practice and discuss my future opponent.  Just spend time, the three of us, with Severin Luthi, my coach, as well. That's what's on the planning ...
... tutelage, given that he has his regular coach Severin Luthi on hand as usual. “My life on tour is pretty much settled, it’s always solid routines. Stefan will just fit in nicely into that. I’m just really ...
... be Djokovic's head coach, but Marian Vajda is still there and so is Severin Luthi with Roger. "It wouldn't be surprising if a bigger involvement of stars such as Edberg and Becker were the first sign, ...
... trying to give a different angle to his game. These are a few of Federer's words, just pronounced in Brisbane, waiting to be on court for the first match of  2014: "I ended the season with Severin Luthi ...
... in 2014, starting at the Australian Open. Swiss Davis Cup captain Severin Luthi will remain the head coach; Edberg, presumably, will come from a different angle. ''It's going to be interesting to see what ...
39. And now, Federer-Edberg!
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... have obviously played a big part in the set-up of this new partnership, which had already taken shape during a recent training week in Dubai. Back with Severin Luthi since his split with Annacone in October, ...
... choice of head-coach, 47-year-old Swede Stefan Edberg, 6 time Grand Slam champion with his serv&volley style and former world number one. Confirming as court coach Severin Luthi, friend and Swiss Davis ...