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"I really want to see him move forward here and win a grand slam this year, because I think he's still capable if he's playing his best tennis" - Stefan Edberg about Roger Federer's prospects for 2014. Read the interview

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121. Henman to take on Edberg at BlackRock Masters
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... of the greatest tennis champions of all time. Bjorn Borg, a five-time Wimbledon champion, has already accepted a wild card into the event. How to book tickets For tickets call the box office on 0845 ...
122. Edberg to play "Legends Live"
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
On November 13th and 14th Stefan Edberg will play "Legends Live" event in Copenhagen. He will face Henri Leconte in the first match. Other players involved are John McEnroe and Björn Borg. F.REKLAME ...
... He shattered the Swedish stereotype of swift, steady, stoic baseliners who modeled their styles on 11-time Grand Slam champion Bjorn Borg. Edberg's aggressive attacking game may have looked risky, but ...
... Wimbledon is obviously something really great, I watched Bjorn Borg which I would like to give a tribute to, he really inspired me, without him now I wouldn't be here. He's a great for Swedish tennis and ...
... brought up in Sweden, having watched all Bjorn Borg's five victories on the grass, to be able to do the same back in 1988, that was a very special moment to go on the court. But there's a few other ...
... in his home country. He shattered the Swedish stereotype of swift, steady, stoic baseliners who modeled their styles on 11-time Grand Slam champion Bjorn Borg. Edberg's aggressive attacking game may ...
127. Edberg serves up rare reminder of elegant style
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... old days. I'm still involved in tennis, but it's more at grassroots now." That, he added, is a big enough challenge now Swedish tennis is in decline after the astonishing era of Bjorn Borg, Mats Wilander, ...
128. "I suppose I'm a boring person"
(News/Interviews)
from Expressen.se translated by Markus Zacharski Växjo. Where does he get his kicks nowadays? He, who won six grand slam titles and played the leading part in some of the worst nail biters of Sweden's ...
129. Lord of Tennis
(News/Interviews)
130. A class farewell
(Old articles/Mix)
from Tennis Magazine by Guy Barbier translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Stefan Edberg says goodbye and it is a whole school of elegance and attacking game that disappears - temporarily, we ...
131. Final step before going mad
(Old articles/Mix)
... singles and doubles. He is quite a legendary tennis player. Even so, many observers, who thought the world tennis was slowly growing after the Swede Bjorn Borg era, compared Edberg to an old locomotive ...
132. Classic tie: Sweden 2-3 France, 1996
(Old articles/Davis Cup)
... Enqvist was playing in only his fifth Davis Cup tie for Sweden having begun to show why he was touted as the man to walk in the footsteps of Bjorn Borg and Edberg by winning back-to-back titles in Paris ...
133. "The quiet and the wild"
(Old articles/Mix)
... my youth, Wimbledon was the only tournament which was broadcast live on television in Sweden. And it was the heyday of Bjorn Borg, as a boy I wanted to be a Wimbledon champion. SPIEGEL: You have played ...
134. Game, Set, Match, Career
(Old articles/Mix)
... future and he is not decided whether to continue living in London or go back to Sweden, where he is revered almost as much as Bjorn Borg. He will play a full schedule in 1996, perhaps 22 to 24 tournaments. ...
135. Edberg, an unstoppable decline
(Old articles/Australian Open)
... Edberg shows sings of fatigue at the eve of his thirtieth birthday, but Bjorn Borg quit at 24, John McEnroe won his last Grand Slam tournament at 25, Boris Becker at 23.  ...
136. Beginning of the End for Edberg
(Old articles/Australian Open)
... player. But most of the other modern stars have simply departed with little advance notice, like Bjorn Borg or Lendl, or drifted slowly from their sport without ever making their retirements completely ...
137. Down the Coast
(Old articles/Mix)
... Bruguera, the defending champion who became the first player since Bjorn Borg in 1980 to complete the Monte Carlo-Roland Garros double, and Thomas Muster, who won in 1992. Michael Stich, Stefan Edberg, ...
138. Champion of style
(Old articles/Mix)
... all his life. As a junior, when Percy Rosberg – who already discovered a certain Bjorn Borg - saw in him the instinct of the great net player and canceled the typical Swedish two-handed backhand; when ...
139. A Stand-up Guy
(Old articles/Mix)
... his game under Percy Rosberg, who had also coached Sweden's legend Bjorn Borg. But Edberg and Rosberg split in 1984. "Percy was great technically, but maybe he was too nice a guy," Edberg says. "I needed ...
140. Edberg's unique accomplishment
(Old articles/Mix)
... history. He lost his spot to Bjorn Borg (1977), who was overtaken by John McEnroe (1980). "There's a lot of hard work behind the success. It's a great achievement. I feel good within myself. It's important ...