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"I suppose I kept my style through the years, I didn't try to be someone else. I suppose I'm a boring person, but that's a part of me" - Stefan Edberg on his personality. Read the article

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In the fourth set of the 1989 Roland Garros semifinal against Boris Becker, Stefan Edberg converts a break point in the most spectacular way. Attacking on a...
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... fourth set, on a deep volley by his opponent he makes room for the ball with a quick footwork and unexpectedly hits a backhand passing down the... ...
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With a backhand lob and volley Stefan Edberg gets the decisive break in the fifth set against Miloslav Mecir in the Wimbledon 1988 semifinal. ...
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During the 1987 Australian Open final against Pat Cash, serving to stay in the fourth set, Stefan Edberg gives a textbook display of how to defend the net. With two backhand volleys towards the two different ...
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During the first claycourt final of his career in Gstaad against Swiss Roland Stadler, Stefan Edberg plays a very uncharacteristic shot. After hitting a flat backhand, he approaches the net and ends the ...
... handed backhand to move to a single-handed one, editor's note), a coach who had collaborated with a lot of young Swedish players, especially Björn Borg, but who did not really have experience on the circuit. ...
... the ball in on the return would no longer be enough.” Roger seems to have appreciated Edberg’s advise. A more aggressive strategy, plus some adjustments on the backhand made under his new coach Ivan ...
from The Times.co.uk Stefan Edberg had wonderful variation on his backhand and Times readers have spoken: the six-times grand slam winner has won the vote for best backhand in tennis history. The ...
89. Stefan Edberg: The King Of Returns
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... and heavy slice backhand. His pinpoint volleys were majestic, and his stoic, imperturbable demeanor was a delight to watch. When you compare the analytics of Edberg’s 1991 season against the other ...
90. Sweden, knock if you are there
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... lessons from Percy Rosberg, his first coach, 83-years-old today, still here. Rosberg says: "I taught Borg how to be free not changing his two-handed backhand. Coaches from around the world were asking: ...
... my game, serve and volley, taking the forehand early, you know, using my backhand as a variation,» replied the Swiss. Roger disproved the suggestion that he would bring back the center of his game with ...
... in the first game of the second set, many of them let out an "Oooohhhh." Mayer, under pressure, tried to hit a passing shot, but it went long. On another occasion, Federer's block backhand went into the ...
... but refused to relate his improvements on the backhand side to the  Swede's advise. "Honestly, I think I would like to give Stefan a lot of credit and he has helped me in a big way, - said the Swiss. - ...
... backhand, his coach Stefan Edberg, whose forehand was not as good as Federer's, used the same strategy at times more than twenty years ago to anticipate the return and take control of the net. His position ...
... are extraordinary. He can win the point from impossible positions. His backhand volley is super clean. Like all his shots, that deserve a 9.5/10," said former world number 4 from France Guy Forget to reporter ...
... seems so familiar. The short steps before the return. The pushed forehand. The dream backhand. The lowered look when he came back to the baseline. The Wilson Pro staff. Tony Pickard in the coach box. The ...
... a double to a single-handed backhand. It was Rosberg who encouraged this choice, believing Edberg could exploit his offensive potential in a better way. Percy Rosberg with Bjorn Borg in the '70s (picture ...
... backhand. Sometimes it was a little better, but I never really felt comfortable. Gael did not play as aggressive as in Lille in Davis Cup but I accept the fact that I can do better and I will continue ...
... with Björn Borg's success, and his influence on young people. The Swedish style of play was special, most of the players played safe tennis with double-handed backhand from the baseline. It was very tough ...
... forehands, 30 per cent of backhands," Nadal said after racing through his first-round Australian Open match over Mikhail Youzhny, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 on Monday. "If I’m not doing that, I know I’m not doing the ...