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"I think I just sort of stuck to being myself. Maybe I wasn't looking like the happiest person on two legs out there, but I think over the years maybe they appreciated what I did and what I stood for..." - Stefan Edberg on his way of life. Read the interview

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... when Stefan played on the Tour up to the recent days. The couple got married in 1992 in Växjö, Annette's home town in Sweden. More than six... ...
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The special video message sent by Stefan Edberg to Daniel Nestor 20 years after the Canadian's historic 5 set win in their clash during the 1992 Davis Cup tie between Sweden and Canada. Stefan was the ...
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Stefan Edberg is interviewed during his visit at a Tennis Warehouse shop in France in May 2010. He recalls his win against Mecir at 1988 Wimbledon and his outstanding run at the 1992 US Open, talks about ...
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... in a semifinal ended with 6 points more than his opponent and never losing his serve; in 1992 an epic five-set battle in the quarter final against... ...
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... as a junior and in 1991-1992 as a professional.  ...
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Highlights of the 1992 US Open final at Flushing Meadows between Stefan Edberg ad Pete Sampras. The Swede won in four sets. It was his sixth and last Grand Slam singles trophy. ...
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1992: En route to the men's singles title, Stefan Edberg outlasts Michael Chang, 6-7, 7-5, 7-6, 5-7, 6-4, in the longest recorded match in US Open history (5 hrs., 26 mins.)  ...
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A great display of attacking tennis by Stefan Edberg, as he is serving for the second set in his quarter final against Ivan Lendl in the 1992 US Open at Flushing Meadows. His backhand volley dies right ...
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In the fourth set of his US Open 1992 quarter final against Ivan Lendl, Stefan Edberg reaches three consecutive match points in the fourth set playing this beautiful running backhand at the end of a difensive ...
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In the 1992 New Haven final against Malivai Washington, Stefan Edberg plays a rare backhand crosscourt volley from near the baseline to end a point in the middle of the first set.  ...
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At the 1992 Barcelona Summer Olympics, Stefan Edberg leads the Swedish team bearing the national flag in the team parade that ends the opening ceremony.  ...
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... his bronze medal at Seoul 1988 and when he was chosen to bear the Swedish flag at Barcelona 1992.  ...
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Stefan Edberg wins his first title of 1992 and his second claycourt tournament in his career beating Michael Stich in the final of the Panasonic German Open in Hamburg 5-7, 6-4, 6-1. Here's the championship ...
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18th April 1992. Stefan Edberg marries Annette Olsen  ...
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Tv commercial with Stefan Edberg performed for Panasonic
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In the last game of the 1992 Eurocard Open final against Goran Ivanisevic, Stefan Edberg plays the shot of the match. After a good backhand volley by his opponent, he still finds the energy and the coordination ...
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In this video by Srf some of the big names who won the Swiss Open in Gstaad in the past are celebrated. Roger Federer (2004), Sergi Bruguera (1992, 1993, 1994), Stefan Edberg (1986) and Ilie Nastase (1973). ...
... to be supported by parents and professionals. One last question, your greatest rival during your playing days Boris Becker. It couldn't get bigger than that. The 1992 US Open final against Pete Sampras ...
...  It does feel good to be an Olympic medallist. At the time, I was quite disappointed in 1988 with the bronze medals. I was really looking for the gold medal. I gave it a shot in 1992, clay court wasn’t ...
... 1992. It was on clay, it was never my surface." His medals are still in the box from his last moving. "I went away from London 14 years ago and my trophies are still in a box. Maybe it sounds weird. ...