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"I'm not ice. There are plenty of things and people that make me angry: those who tell lies, those who arrive late, those who don't care for others. And then I can not stand too long waitings in restaurants" - Stefan Edberg on his character. Read the interview

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... Stefan Edberg - The legend of the 1992 US Open and the beginning of the downfall  ...
... Edberg as his coach. Stefan himself is looking to set another record, when he tries to be the first man to win the US Open in the junior event (1983), singles event (1991, 1992), doubles event (with Jarryd ...
... third round of the 1992 Australian Open, where the German was defending champion. It was one of the last big displays from Big Mac and those attacks on returns can be considered a foretype of Federer's ...
... he wrote about his hard time between 1987 and 1992: the pressure of the expectations he had to live with drove him to abuse of sleeping tablets that, in his words, affected some of his performances like ...
by Mauro Cappiello Stefan Edberg and Pete Sampras during the 1992 US Open final ceremony In an exclusive interview released by Linus Sunnervik for Expressen.se, Pete Sampras recalled the 1992 US Open ...
from AS by Alejandro Delmás translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Six Grand Slam titles won between 1985 and 1992 (two in each of the major tournaments except Roland Garros, the only one he never ...
87. Swedish Golden Age - Stefan Edberg
(News/General news)
... Mats Holm and Ulf Roosvald take us back to Stefan Edberg's final Grand Slam triumph, the 1992 US Open. The chapter called "Artist in a hairshirt" emblematically starts with a Tony Pickard quote. At  ...
... is the worst beating I've taken this year. Life goes on." 1992, QF - Stefan Edberg b. Ivan Lendl 6-3, 6-3, 3-6, 5-7, 7-6 from Sun Sentinel.com by Jim Sarni Stefan Edberg kissed the net. Five points later, ...
... who has been able to rise again from his ashes. SECRET. Back healed, racket changed, but the turning point for Federer to get back to the top again is named Stefan Edberg. And if, in 1992 at the US Open ...
from Espn.com by Peter Bodo In 1992, Stefan Edberg played Michael Chang in the semifinals of the US Open, in what would become the longest match at the tournament since such records have been kept. ...
... Bjorn Borg and Mats Wilander, while Daniel Nestor recalled the legendary Davis Cup tie of 1992, in which he, as an unknown 19 year old guy, managed to defeat Edberg, back then world number one. Unseen ...
... losing the championship match to compatriot Michael Stich, (and in 1995, when he lost to Pete Sampras, ann.). It was also the end of an era — in 1992, Andre Agassi won the title before Pete Sampras clinched ...
... 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 ...
... was a finalist. He also won three Davis Cup titles (84, 85, 94) and was world number one for 72 weeks between 1991 and 1992. What do you like most about your career? "The thing that I value most highly ...
... him who will play the matches. But to some extent I can be involved and help out. Stefan Edberg was himself number one in the world rankings for 72 weeks between 1990 and 1992. Roger Federer has totally ...
... He had five spells at No. 1, totalling 72 weeks, until 5 October 1992. "I don't think I thought about the year-end No. 1 ranking much," said Edberg. "For two or three years I was a Grand Slam champion, ...
... spells at No. 1, totalling 72 weeks, until 5 October 1992. "I don't think I thought about the year-end No. 1 ranking much," said Edberg. "For two or three years I was a Grand Slam champion, but not the ...
... tournament where once the career started for Stefan Edberg, who has been world number one in tennis for 72 weeks between 1990 and 1992. "He has a nice tennis, he likes to dictate the game and has a modern ...
99. My Stefan watching career - by Joanne Cox -
(Edberg experiences/Fan reports)
... career [1990-1992] and saw him play six times in 1990 during the Wimbledon Championships alone.  I won men’s semi final tickets in the Wimbledon ballot; the public can only purchase tickets in the ballot ...
... had the same attraction for sponsors as sugar for flies, the tennis federation was taken by surprise when the 20-million contract with Beckers - who sponsored a successful team - expired in 1992. Beckers ...