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"I've never really thought about coaching and if it had not been Federer doing the asking, honestly, I would not have been interested" - Stefan Edberg about Roger Federer's proposal to be part of his team. Read the interview

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A behind-the-stage video from the 2016 ATP World Tour Finals, that were dedicated to the celebration of the tennis stars from the 1980s. Stefan Edberg, Darren Cahill, Patrick McEnroe, Brad Gilbert ...
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Before the ATP World Tour Finals Championship match between Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic, Stefan Edberg was invited by BBC to preview the final showdown (that would also award the year-end number 1 spot ...
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Stefan Edberg was presented with an International Tennis Hall of Fame ring by Christopher Clouser, Chairman of the International Tennis Hall of Fame and Museum and Todd Martin, the CEO of the International ...
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After his first match at the ATP World Tour Finals in London, Roger Federer was a special guest in the Sky Sports studio with Mark Petchey. The former British player asked him a comment on Stefan Edberg's ...
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In a packed O2 Arena, Roger Federer started his run at the ATP World Tour Finals yesterday night, defeating Czech Tomas Berdych in straight sets with the score of 6-4, 6-2. Right after the match, his ...
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Before an off court event in London, where he is about to start his ATP World Tour Finals, Roger Federer exchanged some words in Swedish with the staff and joked about the fact that his current coach ...
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Interviewed by Givemesport.com, Boris Becker recalled the days of his three consecutive Wimbledon finals from 1988 to 1990 against Stefan Edberg, that he described as "the toughest rival" in his tennis ...
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Stefan Edberg was caught by the cameras in the crowd at the O2 Arena in London during the Championship match at the ATP World Tour Finals between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, won by the Serb in straight ...
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During their visit to Båstad in July 2012 for the local ATP tournament, Stefan Edberg and Boris Becker are interviewed by Swedish tv channel TV4. It's the occasion to recall the days of their three consecutive ...
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A documentary by the All England Lawn Tennis Club on Stefan Edberg's outstanding career at the Championships in Wimbledon. Focus is on the three consecutive finals he played against Boris Becker, but also ...
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Mats Wilander, Stefan Edberg, John McEnroe and Yannick Noah pick their favourites to win the Masters in London
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Stefan Edberg talked about his current life, having success in professional tennis and the present of the sport (referring to the Federer-Nadal rivalry) in this exclusive interview released for the ATP ...
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After three glorious years with three consecutive finals against Boris Becker between 1988 and 1990, Stefan Edberg's decline affects his Wimbledon performances: in 1991 he goes out against Michael Stich ...
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ATP Tour magazine on semifinals and finals in Qatar 1995, Edberg's last victory on the professional circuit.
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In the Round Robin match between Stefan Edberg and Pete Sampras at the 1994 ATP Finals in Frankfurt, the level of play raises to top tennis during the third set. In the fourth game, Edberg closes a rare ...
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Pete Sampras beats Stefan Edberg at the third set tie-break in a Round Robin match at the 1994 Frankfurt ATP Finals. ...
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Some images from Stefan Edberg's matches at the Australian Open of 1988, 1989 and 1990, three very unlucky editions for the Swede. In 1988 he lost in five sets to fellow countryman Mats Wilander in ...
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The first of the three Wimbledon finals between Stefan Edberg and Boris Becker. In 1988, the Swede won in four sets at the end of a match played on three stages and mostly on Monday. Full match + trophy ...
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At the start of the second set of the 1987 US National Indoor final in Memphis, Jimmy Connors twists his right knee hitting a smash and is forced to retire. Stefan Edberg wins the 11th title of his ...
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