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"Not only I have found determination, confidence and physical condition, but I also greatly improved my game. Now I serve much deeper and return quite well, and then I boosted the two basic weapons of modern tennis. So I am competitive again, and I convinced myself that I can sign at least one more Grand Slam before ending my career" - Stefan Edberg after his 1994 Stuttgart indoor title. Read the article

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... (m.c) 1988, R16 - Aaron Krickstein b. Stefan Edberg 5-7, 7-6, 7-6, 4-6, 7-5 from New York Times.com by Peter Alfano Aaron Krickstein was supposed to be the next dominant American player, a role that ...
... (Becker in 1985, 1986 and 1989; Edberg in 1988 and 1990) is unlikely. Becker, a German, enjoyed a 25-10 head-to-head advantage against Edberg, a Swede, but Edberg won two of their three Wimbledon finals. ...
... that includes two of their three consecutive Wimbledon finals between 1988 and 1990. A quarter of a century on, Edberg barely looks a day older than he did then, that sublimely easy mover who could glide ...
... when they contested three successive Wimbledon finals in 1988, 1989 and 1990 it was Edberg who edged the miniseries 2-1. "We had a little bit of a battle going," said Edberg, who won in 1988 and 1990. ...
85. Shooting from the lip
(News/Fedberg)
... summers from 1988-90, the story of Wimbledon could be distilled into one narrative: Becker versus Edberg. The Swede won that compelling duel 2-1. Becker was more outwardly confrontational. He waged on-court ...
... 1974 and 1992, Sweden's powerful pipeline of players failed to win a Grand Slam title only twice. In 1988, they swept all four – the only time one country has done that in the modern era beyond Rod Laver's ...
... that will take you back to the 1988 Wimbledon success. It's about the celebrations in Västervik, following the final against Boris Becker. The entire town was in the main square to welcome a very embarassed ...
... other things met in the 1988 Wimbledon final won by the Swede 3 sets to 1, can face each other as coaches in the Australian Open final. But this requires that Federer and Edberg, among the others, get ...
... titles from 11 finals – including three memorable duels against Boris Becker at The Championships,Wimbledon, in 1988-1990. Overall, he won 41 singles crowns. The Swede was also the 13th player to rise ...
... 11 finals – including three memorable duels against Boris Becker at The Championships, Wimbledon, in 1988-1990. Overall, he won 41 singles crowns. The Swede was also the 13th player to rise to No. 1 in ...
... Becker in 1988 and 1990. "I believe Murray can still win a lot more Slams. He's good enough and young enough," Edberg told BBC Radio 5 live. "He's got a few really good years ahead of him." Murray's 6-4 ...
... sixteen of the world and winner in 1988 and 1990. Norman: "I feared for a massacre, three times 6/2 or something. The night before the game I called Libor Pimek, with whom I played twice: he wanted to ...
93. "I didn't envy Boris"
(News/Interviews)
... The club looks completely different than it was then. But it is still fantastic, a great place to meet old friends. Between 1988 and 1990 you met Boris Becker three times in the final. What do you ...
... for the decline. We wrote from a packed Scandinavium in Gothenburg in December 1988, when Sweden played the Davis Cup final for the sixth consecutive year. Prior to the meeting with the Germans, Sweden ...
95. Edberg & Wilander win opener
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... Leconte 6-4, 6-2 to take a firm grip on Group A on day one of the Kings of Tennis by Index International. The match was a replay of the 1988 French Open final, an encounter also won by Wilander in front ...
96. Edberg ready for Stockholm challenge
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... his Stockholm account on Tuesday against Leconte, a match that will be a replay of the 1988 French Open final, which was won by the Swede in straight sets. 'Perhaps the match on Tuesday will be revenge ...
97. Leconte replaces injured Connors in Stockholm
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... of the hip surgery he underwent at the end of last year. Leconte, the entertaining left-hander and 1988 French Open finalist, will face former World No.1 Mats Wilander on Tuesday, and defending champion ...
98. From golden age to disaster
(News/General news)
... (finalist at Roland Garros in 1986), Anders Jarryd (semi-finalist at Wimbledon in 1985) or Jonas Svensson (semi-finalist in Paris in 1988) have also made their reckoning. Thanks to Edberg, the generation ...
99. The Top 10 Wimbledon Matches
(News/General news)
... Boris Becker. Their respective styles were the same and yet intriguingly contrasting, so the three consecutive finals they played out between 1988 and 1990 made for fascinating viewing. Edberg won the ...
100. The show of the legends
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... "backyard". In 1985 and 1986, the player from Leimen had won the All England Championships. In 1988 Becker was back to the final - but this time his opponent was called Stefan Edberg. After four sets he ...