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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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... tennis dominance in the 1980s has become famous as the Swedish tennis miracle. With Stefan Edberg, Mats Wilander, Anders Järryd and Joakim Nystrom the Vikings salvaged three Davis Cup wins. However, Sweden ...
... give Seppi a target and he can beat you. I don’t think Federer realized what was happening out there...» Speaking to the media the day before, Navratilova said she believes that Davis Cup, off-season commitments ...
... with Federer’s playing Davis Cup in 2014; Federer would have been even more pleased, along with World number 4 Stan Wawrinka, Switzerland won the title for the first time in the country’s history. Bring ...
... want to have him with me. Anyway, there was always a lot of phone contact, he regularly gives me advice. "The Davis Cup? Not so easy" The first round of Davis Cup in March in Belgium: "I will probably ...
... relying on a respected professional Swiss as Troxler, who has already shown considerable skills in the days of the Davis Cup final. Still, no one talked about Edberg. view poll online survey software Edberg ...
106. Swedish Golden Age - Stefan Edberg
(News/General news)
... was already blinking, which made his final success even more impressive. That tournament turned out to be a swansong not only for Edberg, but for Swedish tennis as well. Three more Davis Cups could only ...
107. Swedish Golden Age - Mats Wilander
(News/General news)
... The excerpt from the chapter "Nice guys always win", that you can download at the link below, mainly deals with Sweden's second Davis Cup triumph, taken in 1984 at the Scandinavium in Gothenburg against ...
108. The Swede and the Swiss
(News/Fedberg)
from Tennis Head (issue of January 2015) by Paul Newman Purchase the entire issue (paper or digital edition)» With the Davis Cup added to the list of honours won by Roger Federer, Paul Newman reflects ...
109. Swedish Golden Age - Björn Borg
(News/General news)
... by Mats Holm and Ulf Roosvald that is quickly becoming a best seller in Sweden. Björn Borg with his coach and Sweden's captain Lennart Bergelin just after the 1975 Davis Cup triumph The house that holds ...
... by the Swedish company Södra, along with former Davis Cup captain Carl-Axel Hakeskog and former  player Magnus Larsson. In a video, Edberg discusses the arena, which has four courts and is almost completely ...
111. Tennis: The last days of a beautiful game
(Edberg experiences/Fan reports)
... the game has ever seen, Nadal. Federer, after running Novak Djokovic close, joined forces with Wawrinka to help Switzerland win the Davis Cup final against France. To see this as a second wind for the ...
from The New York Times by Christopher Clarey PARIS — The last point of the official 2014 season was fitting. Not only because Roger Federer won it to cap a resurgent year by securing the Davis Cup ...
113. The titans of tennis
(News/General news)
... long and glittering era of domination by the blue and yellow colours ranging from individual tournaments to the Davis Cup. ATP's official computer rankings were introduced in the autumn of 1973, and, since ...
... the start of his partnership with Stefan Edberg that allowed him to get back to his top and take, at the age of 33, his first Davis Cup title. Yesterday, Roger Federer was amazing. It's hard to say that ...
by Mauro Cappiello Roger Federer lost his first match in a Davis Cup final in straight sets against Gael Monfils. The Swiss was clearly struggling on court, limited by the back injury he suffered in ...
... with a Davis Cup title. When the relationship between you and Roger began, almost a year ago, did you expect these results? For me, almost everything was a surprise from the first call I received from ...
... said Federer, who is squeezing 17 events into 2014 – not to mention next month’s Davis Cup final – where the reigning No 1 Novak Djokovic settled for 15. "I used to go in spells, but he doesn’t believe ...
... Federer. The volume is incredibly updated, as it even includes pictures from the recent Davis Cup final that Switzerland won against France in Lille. Some short excerpts of Federer's biography are dedicated ...
... titles. Edberg continues to work in tandem with Severin Luthi, the Swiss Davis Cup coach. As a player, the cool net-rusher won six major titles from 11 finals, five of them in Melbourne. Only the French ...
... But it appears that since taking on the job as Federer’s co-coach (with Swiss Davis Cup captain Severin Luthi), Edberg has finally convinced Federer that at this stage in his career, he is best served ...