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"I understand players like to play according to their strenghts, but just for changing it a little, they should approach the net. I'm sure their chances would increase" - Stefan Edberg on the disappearing of attacking play style. Read the article

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Stefan Edberg, with children Emilie and Christopher, sits in the crowd of the 2008 figure skating world championship in Goteborg, watching Adrian Shulteiss' performance. Thanks Elena Romelli.
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Stefan Edberg celebrates his 29th birthday in Melbourne during the Australian Open on January 19, 1995. After winning his 2nd round match against Adrian Voinea, he receives a cake and the wishes from the ...
3. Happy Birthday, Stefan!!!
(News/General news)
... his 2nd round match against Adrian Voinea, he receives a cake and the wishes from the journalists in the press room and talks about his birthdays on court to Ubaldo Scanagatta. This report was recorded ...
4. Voinea, Adrian (ROM)
(Bio & Career/Head-to-heads by player)
Stefan Edberg (SWE) 2 - 0 Adrian Voinea (ROM) DATE TOURNAMENT SURFACE ROUND WINNER RESULT 02-01-1995 Doha Hardcourt R16 Edberg 6-7(8) 6-3 6-3 16-01-1995 ...
5. Edberg, 29 without feeling them
(Old articles/Australian Open)
An article from: La Gazzetta dello Sport by Vincenzo Martucci «I’m old but motivated and I still want a Slam» MELBOURNE. Happy birthday to you, Stefan Edberg, from Vastervik, Sweden, who have been ...
6. Happy Birthday, Stefan!!!
(Videos/Off court)
... match against Adrian Voinea, he receives a cake and the wishes from the journalists in the press room and talks about his birthdays on court to Ubaldo Scanagatta. This report was recorded from the news ...
7. Edberg Has Another Happy Birthday
(Old articles/Australian Open)
Stefan Edberg cuts his birthday cake in the Australian Open press room, after his victory on Adrian Voinea from Los Angeles Times  by Julie Cart MELBOURNE, Australia — In what has become a traditional ...