At the 1992
Summer Olympics, Stefan Edberg leads the Swedish team bearing the national flag in the team parade that ends the opening ceremony. ...
... his bronze medal at Seoul 1988 and when he was chosen to bear the Swedish flag at
'92, but lost in the first round," he recalls ruefully.
"It was just great to get the medal in Los Angeles, to be part of the village. It's something you see on TV when you're young. Being ...
... The Olympics at
, Spain July 27, 1992 / Surface: Clay ROUND OPPONENT +/- SCORE ...
(Bio & Career/Activity by year - Doubles)
... / Stich (GER) + 6-3 7-6 QF Casal (ESP) / Sanchez, E. (ESP) + 6-4 6-3 SF Sanchez, J. (ESP) / Rosset (SUI) - 5-7 6-4 6-4 The Olympics at
(Bio & Career/Activity by year - Singles)
... (ESP) + 2-6 7-6(10) 6-2 QF Medvedev, Andrei (UKR) - 1-6 6-4 6-4 The Olympics at
, Spain July 27, 1992 / Surface: Clay ROUND ...
... 7-6 6-4 6-4 30-10-1989 Paris Indoor carpet R32 Edberg 6-2 6-3 27-05-1991 French Open Clay R32 Edberg 6-1 6-4 6-3 18-01-1993 Australian Open Hardcourt R16 Edberg 6-2 6-3 6-2 13-01-1992 Olympics (
... play against Spain in
is not really quite that simple..." Your last Grand Slam title came in 1996 in doubles at the Australian Open with Petr Korda. How did you play with him? "Good. He had great ...
... the French Open, which starts in just over a month. And all (re) starts well in Nice and Monte Carlo. Scheduled behind the Estoril and
events, both the Mediterranean dates still mark the real ...
... his reflexes have diminished. The final of the
Open and the win in Monte Carlo presented a logic bill. Anything I tried I succeded After the match, the Catalan confessed of having been very ...
... is in simplicity: "Service? It's just a matter of rhythm, not power". His creed is work: "I trained much before the Olympics. I didn't see the results immediately in
, but I've been rewarded ...
... the quarterfinals against Ivanisevic) and Olympic Games (at the first round against Chesnokov). But Edberg explained that the intense preparation made before
probably paid long term. So that ...
... medal but it was not official at the time.
The opening ceremony in
was pretty special – I carried the flag for the nation, which is a big honour
In Seoul, I won singles and doubles bronze ...