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"There's only going to be one Borg, there isn't going to be another one. But there isn't going to be another Stefan Edberg either" - Stefan Edberg on his personality. Read the article

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Stefan Edberg loses in straight sets to Niklas Kulti in the first round of 1996 Stockholm Open. It's his last match on the ATP Tour. Some highlights, including the celebrations for his retirement from ...
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During the 1996 edition of the "Internazionali d'Italia" in Rome, in his quarter final match against Richard Krajicek, Stefan Edberg, at his last year on the Tour, plays a fabulous shot, a forehand lob ...
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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 win at the 1994 Qatar Open in Doha. The Swede won his 38th career title beating Gilbert Schaller in the semifinal and Paul Haarhuis in the final. Clip from the ATP Tour ...
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In a thrilling third set tie-break, Stefan Edberg defeats Wimbledon champion and World n.1 Pete Sampras in the semifinal of the Thriftway Championship in Cincinnati in 1993. The Swede was down one set ...
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Stefan Edberg wins his third and last title on clay in Madrid in 1993 beating Emilio Sanchez in the semifinal and Sergi Bruguera in the final. Summary from the ATP Tour magazine.
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Textbook chip and charge by Stefan Edberg in the ending stages of the second set in the 1990 ATP Tour World Championship final in Frankfurt against Andre Agassi. Stefan takes the net with a sliced backhand ...
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Andre Agassi beats Stefan Edberg in the final of the ATP Tour World Championship in 1990, the first edition held in Frankfurt, Germany. With the score of 5-7, 7-6, 7-5, 6-2, the American takes revenge ...
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A magnificent running crosscourt forehand by Stefan Edberg during the final of the ATP Tour World Championship 1990 he lost against Andre Agassi. Enjoy the mixed audio with the reactions of French, American ...
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Beating in straight sets with a double 6-1 Brad Gilbert, Stefan Edberg wins his second Cincinnati Open title. In the trophy ceremony, he shows his joy to have reached the world number one position for ...
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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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Some hot shots and a little show from the 1986 Swiss Indoors final in Basel between Stefan Edberg and Yannick Noah. The Swede will eventually win the match 7-6, 6-2, 6-7, 7-6. It's his second of three ...
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 ...
... at the Fiera Milano venue from November 7th to 11th for the title of best junior of the year. The news was given yesterday in a media conference in London, during the ATP World Tour Finals, by ATP World ...
... Finals Club, which this year celebrates Barclays ATP World Tour Finals competitors in the 1980s. Having qualified for nine straight year-end championships in New York City and Frankfurt, between 1985 ...
Stefan Edberg was interviewed by Espndeportes.com and gave his view on the change at the top of the men's ranking, with Novak Djokovic being passed by Andy Murray at world number 1. "It was a little ...