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"I've always been used to keeping it all inside but it was only tactics, because, as when you play poker, you have to show as little as possible to your opponent, you don't have to bring your weaknesses out and exploit his. For me, the perfect example of how to be on a tennis court is Chang" - Stefan Edberg on his on court attitude. Read the interview

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241. Edberg scares Krajicek's shadow away
(Old articles/US Open)
... him in 1991, when he had played a delightful tennis and had ruled Courier in the final. «Playing – he said – the best tennis of my life». They had been amazed in 1992 when he had doubled come-back after ...
242. Gentleman Stefan
(Old articles/Mix)
...  The US Open in 1991 and 1992. He reached the Roland Garros final in 1989. He was the world number one in 1990 and 1991. In his career he summed up 41 singles and 18 doubles tournaments, earning almost ...
243. Game, Set, Match, Career
(Old articles/Mix)
... year. Two victories at Wimbledon (1988, 1990), two at the Australian Open (1985, 1987) and two at the U.S. Open (1991, 1992). Seventy-two weeks at No. 1 in the world, beginning in 1990. But more than all ...
244. Beginning of the End for Edberg
(Old articles/Australian Open)
from NYTimes.com  by Christopher Clarey Stefan Edberg serving during the 1996 Australian Open, the last of his career MELBOURNE— If you want to remember Stefan Edberg at his best, remember the 1991 U.S. ...
245. Down the Coast
(Old articles/Mix)
... A champion might fill that void from April 18 at the Monte Carlo Country Club: Andre Agassi, the only US representative. For his only participation in the event in 1991, Agassi was not particularly brilliant, ...
246. Edberg, the pain and the dream
(Old articles/Mix)
... perhaps not be useless and it was never really the case in recent years. Let's remember only the end of the quarter final he played against Jim Courier in 1991, when line calls were rather unfavourable ...
247. Little and big heroes
(Old articles/Mix)
... the final match of  the 1991 edition against Jim Courier... "Not only I have found determination, confidence and physical condition - explained Edberg in the press conference - but I also greatly improved ...
from South China Morning Post Stefan Edberg with his then girlfriend Annette Olsen at the Queen's Club in 1990 (picture by Joanne Cox) There can be no nicer person at the top echelons of sport than ...
249. The Iron Man against the world
(Old articles/US Open)
... Absent from a major final since the Australian Open of 1991, he came close to winning against Edberg getting three balls for 5-3 on serve in the fifth set. Oddly, he lost the first set of all matches. ...
from Voici (May 1992 issue)  contributed by Thuy Anh Nguyen translated into English by Mauro Cappiello A little advertisement found by his mother decided Stefan's career. The Swede's mum never forced ...
from Hola by Marit Larson Translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Stefan Edberg and Annette Olsen All is ready for the next April 18th when Stefan Edberg, the world tennis number one, and the beautiful ...
from Los Angeles Times.com Stefan Edberg and Boris Becker during the trophy ceremony after their Stockholm indoor 1991 final Boris Becker ended a nine-month title drought Sunday, outlasting Stefan Edberg ...
253. The peace of golf
(Old articles/Mix)
from Tennis de France  photo report by Tommy Hindley translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Golf scene in Melbourne during the Australian Open near Flinders Park. Waiting for their turn on the ...
254. Life on the fairway
(Old articles/Mix)
from Serve & Volley photo report by Tommy Hindley Stefan Edberg and Ivan Lendl off court Golf is clearly one of the main methods of relaxation and professional tennis players often take to the fairways ...
255. Edberg, man anywhere
(Old articles/US Open)
An article from: La Repubblica by Gianni Clerici He has beaten Courier with a lot of tactical variations, New York now suits him: he only misses Paris NEW YORK. While I was observing the poor Courier ...
256. Edberg up there on his cloud
(Old articles/US Open)
from Tennis de France (issue of October 1991)  by Jacques Dereix translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Stefan Edberg dominated the fortnight of Flushing Meadow with his class. In the final, he simply ...
257. One man show
(Old articles/US Open)
Untouchable Edberg wins his first US Open. Too good, Stefan Edberg. At the point that he seemed to be the only man on stage at Flushing Meadows, where he touched perfection. The beauty of his performances ...
258. Muscled Monica had no mercy
(Old articles/US Open)
An article from: La Repubblica by Gianni Clerici And Courier jokes with Connors. Seles has won the tournament clearly beating Navratilova. Edberg overcomes Lendl without problems. Today in the final ...
from Tennis (issue of November 1991)  by Norman Zeitchick FLUSHING MEADOW, N.Y. In the end, it was Monica Seles' ferocious ground attack and Stefan Edberg's flawless serve and volley that prevailed. ...
Duration: 01:47 Audio: English Description: A funny moment during the 1991 US Open semifinal between Stefan Edberg and Ivan Lendl. The Czech plays a shot behind the back and a few minutes later the ...