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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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... if he was a ball boy for Edberg during the tournament of Basel. But he still has got his autograph... ...
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At the end of the 1993 edition of the Swiss Indoors in Basel, a 12-year-old Roger Federer, who was attending the event in his home town as a ball boy, received a medal from the hands of tournament champion ...
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An unbelievable sequence of lobs and backhands gives Stefan Edberg the point in the second set of his 1993 Basel final against German Michael Stich. This video was kindly contributed by fan Federico Gila. ...
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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 ...
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Most people were amazed at Roger Federer's counter smash in Basel in 2002 against Andy Roddick, but they probably didn't know that Stefan Edberg had done a very similar shot seventeen years before against ...
... the court, to be more unpredictable. All the world, and he first, knew that it was going to be more and more complicated to beat Nadal, Djokovic and Murray from the baseline. In tennis, the more we age, ...
... saying tennis has changed over the years, surfaces are slower today, racquets are bigger and more precise and give baseline players a huge advantage against the volleyers. Now Roger Federer, newly crowned ...
... Murray on Sunday. Zverev's stunning upset of the top seed in the fourth round of the Australian Open was indeed a throwback to the days of the 1980s, when sticking to the baseline was something reserved ...
... and I won the decisive singles match in Munich." ... the new tennis: "I think that tennis is in development right now. Before it was a party for the sluggers from the baseline, but it's becoming more ...
... we strongly believe in. What does tennis in general look like? - I have long called for more variety in the game style, but I think I see an end to the hard-hitting game from the baseline, more people ...
... spend most of his time patrolling the baseline. Ljubicic isn’t going to have much insight into how to win the biggest matches, the way Edberg, a six-time major winner did; Ljubicic reached one Slam semifinal, ...
from Vavel.com by Pete Borkowski Stefan Edberg with Roger Federer and Grigor Dimitrov last year in Cincinnati With the former coach of Roger Federer now available, there are a handful of players who ...
... in recent seasons can not be attributed to a mere change of racket, as much as a wider oval has undoubtedly helped him in missing fewer shots. The evidence has come in Basel, in the match against Nadal: ...
... to the net. If he needed several volleys. Edberg, the Bravo star Edberg was a stubborn dog. While we all know the need to go back to the safety of the baseline after an accidental attack to the net and ...
... that these matches are not like Wimbledon or the US Open or Basel. But it saves the fire in me. I do not want to have the feeling someday that I say: "Ok, now I have played all tournaments 15 or 20 times, ...
... 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 ...
... when a third set looked inevitable, Federer canceled two set points on 4-5 and then took the decisive break on 5-5 with an amazing crosscourt forehand from the baseline that completed a comeback from 0-40 ...
... Open. Below you can see another set of pictures and an HD video focused on Stefan practicing his baseline shots and serve. Watch the first set of pictures here»  ...
... Halle, Cincinnati, Shanghai, and Basel and six runner-up finishes, including Wimbledon. At the ATP Finals year end championships Federer had to withdraw with a back injury from the title match against ...
... successful collaboration with Federer in 2014. - God, thanks Stefan Edberg for his improvements. With him, he has learned how to go to the net. Edberg couldn't beat his opponents from the baseline - so ...
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