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"I have many fond memories of my tennis career. Everything from winning Kalle Anka Cup when I was eleven years old to my first ATP victory and my first Wimbledon win" - Stefan Edberg on his career accomplishments. Read the interview

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... and 2015 season ended with Stefan Edberg and Roger Federer together in London at the O2 Arena for the ATP World Tour Finals. Their presence gave tournament organizers the opportunity to put up very special ...
... in the biggest finals, at Wimbledon, the U.S. Open and the ATP World Tour Finals. Those losses appeared to be as much as about Federer’s self-belief, and sudden lack thereof, as they were about his game; ...
103. Edberg Honoured In London
(News/General news)
... Barclays ATP World Tour Finals and finished runner-up to Andre Agassi the following year. The London resident is now in the midst of a successful second career in tennis, coaching World No. 3 Roger Federer, ...
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 ...
... Stan Wawrinka in the ATP World Tour Finals at London last year. However the same zen just seemed to abandon him in not one, not two but three Grand Slam finals against Djokovic. Two of these finals were ...
... despite advancing years. 'That's the best I've seen him play pretty much,' said Edberg, of Federer's victory over Murray. 'And in the ATP World Tour Finals he played some excellent tennis as well, which ...
... went by, Murray met the Swiss again at the London ATP World Tour Finals last November, suffering what he called "one of the worst defeats in his career" (6-0, 6-1 in 56 minutes), giving the impression ...
108. The Swede and the Swiss
(News/Fedberg)
... the world No.2's faith in his volleying game. Nowhere was that more evident than in his crushing victory over Andy Murray at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, where he regularly played chip-and-charge ...
... his ATP World Tour Finals semifinal against team mate Stan Wawrinka. Today's images brought many to compare Federer's bad luck to the one happened to his coach Stefan Edberg in 1996, when he played his ...
Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic reached the final at the ATP World Tour Finals in London, both winning in three sets against Stan Wawrinka and Kei Nishikori. It will be a re-match of the Wimbledon final ...
After Roger Federer's last Round Robin match at the ATP World Tour Finals in London, a 6-0 6-1 demolition of local favourite Andy Murray, Stefan Edberg was interviewed by BBC's broadcast Sunday's 5 live ...
from La Gazzetta dello Sport by Vincenzo Martucci translated into English by Mauro Cappiello The Swede from his rivalry with Becker to his relationship with his "pupil". «We had stronger personalities. ...
... official matches. One of these fans is Scarlett Li, who has the privilege to be following the ATP World Tour Finals live in London. She thought to share part of her fortune, uploading wonderful pictures ...
The ATP released a feature video on the night of the Awards with some exclusive images of the ceremony held at the O2 Arena. In a backstage interview by Justin Gimelstob, Roger Federer reveals his meaning ...
"Stefan has paved the way for me. He's been my hero. It was a big surprise that he actually decided to come work with me and travel the world. He's been a great inspiration both on and off the court." ...
Just before Roger Federer's first match at the ATP World Tour Finals in London against Milos Raonic, a studio by the ATP analysed the contribution Stefan Edberg has brought to the Swiss' gameand resurgence ...
from ATP World Tour.com Roger Federer was honoured in a special ceremony on opening night at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, receiving his two trophies in the 2014 ATP World Tour Awards Presented ...
from The Telegraph by Greg Rusedski Everyone has marvelled at Roger Federer's achievements this year, most recently his strong push for a return to the No 1 ranking. But how has he done it? Look at his ...
... in London last November it seemed that the end was nigh. Now, as he goes into this weekend's ATP World Tour Finals with an outside chance of regaining the No 1 ranking, many good judges feel he could play ...
... ATP World Tour Finals where only the top 8 players in the world are allowed to play. Even after he qualified for it, many thought that this would possibly be the last time that Federer would contest in ...