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"Once you've been a champion here, you should leave like one. You belong to this club once you've won here, so it's not like I'm leaving forever" - Stefan Edberg after his defeat to Mikael Tillstrom in his last match at Wimbledon in 1996. Read the article

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261. Stich Ends Edberg's Wimbledon Reign
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
An article from: InternationalHeraldTribune.com by Nick Stout Stefan Edberg shake hands with the chair umpire after losing the 1991 Wimbledon semifinal to Michael Stich Michael Stich officially measures ...
262. It's a date - The fourth of July?
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
from World Tennis by Steve Flink Where there's Becker and Edberg, there's sure to be fireworks. Especially at Wimbledon. Here was Stefan Edberg surprising Boris Becker in four sets in the 1988 final. ...
from Sun Sentinel.com by Jim Sarni WIMBLEDON, England -- Defending champion Stefan Edberg has reached the second round. It only took 73 hours. "I consider myself lucky," Edberg said after he completed ...
264. A Stand-up Guy
(Old articles/Mix)
An article from: Sports Illustrated by Franz Lidz Why don't Norwegians eat spaghetti? If you don't know, defending Wimbledon champion Stefan Edberg will tell you. There's a french word that has ...
265. Today's Edberg is a strange World N.1
(Old articles/French Open)
An article from: La Repubblica by Gianni Clerici Tomorrow the French Open starts but the Swede may not recover PARIS. As an English-speaker would say, we've come to the second leg of the Grand Slam. ...
266. Edberg consolidates
(Old articles/Mix)
from Tennis de France (issue of March 1991) translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Had that backhand volley passed rather than staying on the other side of the net, Guy Forget would have found himself ...
267. Edberg, the damned
(Old articles/Australian Open)
from Tennis de France (issue of March 1991)  translated into English by Mauro Cappiello A nice gift for Lendl. Two match points! Edberg had two match points in the fourth set of his semifinal against ...
268. The legionary through to the final
(Old articles/Australian Open)
An article from: La Repubblica by Gianni Clerici Stefan Edberg and Ivan Lendl after the handshake of their 1991 Australian Open semifinal: the Swede has just lost, missing two match points AUSTRALIAN ...
from The New York Times MELBOURNE, Australia, Friday, Jan. 25— Ivan Lendl gladly took the gift of 12 double faults by Stefan Edberg, including one at match point, and marched into his third consecutive ...
270. Lendl, Ivan (USA)
(Bio & Career/Activity by partner - Doubles)
...  1991 Hamburg, Germany May 06, 1991 / Surface: Clay ROUND OPPONENT  ...
271. Quiz n.2 - Correct answers
(Uncategorised Content)
... in singles matches? 1990  1991  1988  1993  1987 (correct)Inwhich of the following years did Edberg and his partner Anders Jarryd win theWorld Doubles Championship? (multiple ...
272. Staff
(Uncategorised Content)
This section is dedicated to all the fans who are behind the site and/or helped it grow in some way through the years Mauro Cappiello Edberg fan since 1991, founder and admin of STE...fans since 2001. ...
273. Bio & Career
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...  1990), Flushing Meadows (1991, 1992) and Melbourne (1985, 1987). The defeat in 1989 French Open final against Michael Chang has prevented Stefan from completing a career ...
To say that Edberg’s Wimbledon ‘decline’ started in 1991, is nonsense. He was world number one at the time, went on to win to back-to-back US Opens and he was more than capable of at least one more Wimbledon ...
... la schiena, credo fosse US Open 1991, quello sì era una magia. ...
... rather well and I'm happy you play sports you love. I think I actually got into you becausI liked your name, strangely enough. Before the 1991 Wimbledon Semi-Finals, my dad was explaining what for men ...
Good choice. Other matches which come to mind: 1989 - R16 - 2-6, 3-6, 1-6 - loss against the 37 year old Connors. Maybe one of his worst matches.. not surprisingly it was also a night session match. 1991 ...