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"I think they should make slower balls. But one thing is for sure: it is important that the measures to be taken will not penalize serve and volley" - Stefan Edberg on the evolution of tennis. Read the interview

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The ATP celebrates 40 years of computer rankings with a special gala night featuring most of the year end world number ones, on August 23rd 2013. Among them, Novak Djokovic, Lleyton Hewitt, Bjorn Borg, ...
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The ATP Heritage programme, a special by the ATP World Tour website celebrating the 40th anniversary of the introduction of the computer rankings, recalls Stefan Edberg's two seasons as year-end world ...
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In the July 2013 ATP World Tour Uncovered, Stefan Edberg talks about the priviledge of being world number one, what it means to an athlete and what it takes to get and stay there. He also focuses on the ...
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Boris Becker, Stefan Edberg and Pete Sampras: 26 singles Grand Slam titles together, but none in Paris. As the curse for the attacking players at the Roland Garros turns 30 years old, CNN reporter Frederik ...
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40 years of world rankings and just 16 year-ending number ones. In this ATP World Tour uncovered issue, former tennis superstars and media experts analyze what being a ranking leader means. Stefan Edberg, ...
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Stefan Edberg interviewed by Eurosport.se a few days before the start of the Kings of Tennis, the Stockholm stage of the ATP Champions Tour. In the first part of the interview, Stefan talks about the event ...
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Stefan Edberg takes part in the opening of the Climate Arena in Växjö, the first tennis hall built with passive house technologies and almost completely made in wood. The six-time Grand Slam champion, ...
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Stefan Edberg and other greats (such as Pete Sampras, Ken Rosewall, Rod Laver, Andre Agassi, Boris Becker, Marat Safin) comment Roger Federer's record of weeks spent at the top spot of the ATP world singles ...
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Stefan Edberg is interviewed by http://www.tagesanzeiger.ch during the 2012 BNP Paribas Open in Zurich. He talks about Roger Federer and says the Swiss has still got the chance to get back to world number ...
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The special video message sent by Stefan Edberg to Daniel Nestor 20 years after the Canadian's historic 5 set win in their clash during the 1992 Davis Cup tie between Sweden and Canada. Stefan was the ...
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Number 3 in squash world ranking, Frenchman Gregory Gaultier, had an exhibition match against Stefan Edberg during the Case Swedish Open in Linköping in February 2012. In this interview for SVT.se he talks ...
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A long video-interview with Stefan Edberg in Stockholm on October 14th 2011, just before his exhibition match against Goran Ivanisevic. Stefan talks about his life after retirement from tennis, his activity ...
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In January 2011 Stefan Edberg was interviewed by Svenska TF at the Kungliga Tennishallen and talked a little bit about the foundation for Swedish young tennis players he established when he retired from ...
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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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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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An ironical Stefan Edberg leaves the tennis world.
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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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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 ...