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"Whether I end up number 100 in the world or number two or three, this will be it" - Stefan Edberg on retiring at the end of 1996. Read the article

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141. Edberg's sweet revenge - by Alessio Morra
(Edberg experiences/Fan reports)
from Tennis Best by Alessio Morra translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Read the original article in Italian At the time of his rivalry with Boris Becker, the Swede often ended up in the background, ...
142. The Swede and the Swiss
(News/Fedberg)
... recruitment of Boris Becker, the German had at least stayed in close contact with tennis through his media work. Edberg, in contrast, had focused on a successful business career after putting away his ...
143. Tennis: The last days of a beautiful game
(Edberg experiences/Fan reports)
... long, lonely battles trying to explain the pristine “Edberg grace” to the loudmouths who supported John McEnroe and Boris Becker — they were also hard of hearing. You knew it was futile but you still tried, ...
... — after a two-year lapse — with Boris Becker, a three-time Wimbledon champion, in his camp. Cilic, one of the most unexpected winners in the history of the United States Open, was coached by another former ...
... (today at 6.00 pm, London time) and another act of the classic rivalry between super coaches Stefan Edberg and Boris Becker, who played their only final against each other at the Masters in New York 25 ...
... in London as a player and during his relationship with coach Tony Pickard, we started from the past that rolls back. Which means from Boris Becker, yesterday his rival on court - also 6 times at the Masters, ...
from International Business Times by Rachelle Corpuz Some may think that Novak Djokovic and wife Jelena named their baby Stefan as a tribute to tennis great Stefan Edberg, whom Djokovic looked up to ...
... here at a price of 106 euros. Here's the complete plan of the issues: #1. John McEnroe #2. Ivan Lendl #3. Andre Agassi #4. Bjorn Borg #5. Novak Djokovic #6. Rafael Nadal #7. Roger Federer #8. Boris Becker ...
During his media conference before the start of the US Open at Flushing Meadows, Roger Federer was asked again about his coach Stefan Edberg, how he became his idol and whether it was intimidating for ...
... John Newcombe lost to Jan Kodes in 1971. The Swedish serve-and-volleyer, who lost in the first round of the French Open in May of ‘90, but beat Boris Becker in five sets to win Wimbledon, struggled to ...
Thanks Francesca Sarzetto in Toronto for the transcript THE MODERATOR:  Stefan Edberg is one of our 2014 inductees into the Rogers Cup Hall of Fame.  He will be inducted in a center court ceremony that ...
... some questions by the kids and describes Edberg as his childhood idol, after a short infatuation for Boris Becker. Then he is joined by Stefan himself... And here's the footage from a fan who attended ...
The recent Rogers Cup conference call was not the first time that Stefan Edberg made "proud statements" on his backhand. Eleven years ago, after a Queen's Club exhibition in London against Boris Becker ...
... now twenty-thirty years later. Journalist: Just wondering, you joined guys like Ivan Lendl and Boris Becker, who are coaching some of the others. What's it like to meet guys that you played against on ...
... was the one he had been called to improve). The media, on the other hand, spoke of Boris Becker as the winner of the challenge in the challenge, since he defeated Edberg in their first meeting as coaches ...
Boris Becker talked to ESPN Deportes after Novak Djokovic's success at Wimbledon and had very generous words both for his rival Stefan Edberg and for Roger Federer. He said that sharing the Centre Court ...
... who coached him to the Wimbledon title on Sunday - Boris Becker. So for the 46-year-old German there was a particular pleasure in proving wrong those who believed his appointment was a gimmick, or merely ...
... fourth set and saved one match point taking the match to the fifth set against all odds, before giving up to the Serb who will come back to the number one spot of the world ranking tomorrow. Boris Becker ...
from The New York Times by Harvey Araton As Roger Federer gets set to battle Novak Djokovic for the Wimbledon crown, their coaches - Stefan Edberg and Boris Becker respectively - will also renew their ...
from Daily Mail by Mike Dickson It was a trend started by Andy Murray’s hiring of Ivan Lendl and we see its ultimate manifestation in the fascinating sub-plot to Sunday's men’s Wimbledon final. Boris ...