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"I think they should make slower balls. But one thing is for sure: it is important that the measures to be taken will not penalize serve and volley" - Stefan Edberg on the evolution of tennis. Read the interview

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from 20min.ch translated into English by Mauro Cappiello For the first year in a long time Roger Federer is playing a complete Davis Cup season again. His mentor Stefan Edberg believes that this decision ...
... Bjorn Borg and Mats Wilander, while Daniel Nestor recalled the legendary Davis Cup tie of 1992, in which he, as an unknown 19 year old guy, managed to defeat Edberg, back then world number one. Unseen ...
from Davis Cup.com When a four-time Davis Cup by BNP Paribas champion talks about a competition that he believes could be good for your tennis, you listen. That’s what Roger Federer did anyway. The Swiss ...
... your career, the Davis Cup was very important, too, and I think it is in most players' careers.  Are you really happy that Roger is giving it a shot now again this year?  Did you encourage him to do so?  ...
... Canadians or playing in Canada in general that stand up for you during your playing career. Stefan Edberg: Obviously I've played the tournament quite a few times, but I've also played Davis Cup up in ...
... calendar year Grand Slam in 1969 for Australia. From 1975 to 1998, Sweden also captured seven Davis Cup championships, tied with the USA for most by any country. In September 1986, nearly half the top-10 ...
... Edberg runs the Ready Play academy in Växjö along with former Davis Cup captain Carl-Axel Hageskog and former great player Magnus Larsson. Magnus Norman runs the Good to Great Academy in Järfälla along ...
... Davis Cup titles. He, he was world number one for 72 weeks and earned 150 million Swedish crowns. How did he come up and were there ever doubts during his junior career? "There was almost no money in the ...
by Mauro Cappiello An important agreement was signed on Friday involving the Municipality of Växjö, the Linnaeus University and the Swedish Tennis Federation, that will allow students who apply for the ...
... talked about his schedule, Davis Cup, Stan Wawrinka's progress, but most of all about the reasons behind his 2014 renaissance after the last poor season. The Swiss gave credit to his new racket and to ...
... or were in the Davis Cup. I had time, I put my head down and worked and I did it without any setbacks. Federer hopes that the new-found form should be enough for a big comeback at this summer's Wimbledon ...
132. Enqvist overhauls Edberg, he is the King of Stockholm
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... with him and he still has a passion for tennis. I believe he still has another Grand Slam in him." In the match to decide third and fourth place, Spanish Davis Cup Captain Carlos Moya claimed the spoils ...
... this week and said they did no more than exchange text messages in the lead up to the semi-final. Federer is accompanied this week by Swiss Davis Cup coach, Severin Luthi. "I would like to focus on the ...
134. Eurosport will broadcast Kings of Tennis
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... or Davis Cup winner as singles player. Eurosport broadcasts the tournament's final two days. Thursday, March 13, the last matches are held in the group stage, in which Mats Wilander meets Stefan Edberg ...
... but both men are enjoying the experience. Federer, nevertheless, stresses that Severin Luthi, Switzerland's Davis Cup captain, is his coach. Luthi, incidentally, will face an interesting test of loyalties ...
... talks mostly about playing on the senior tour, the bad moment for tennis in Sweden and the rumour that he would return to play Davis Cup (the media talked a lot about it back then), the reasons of his ...
... on the eve of Federer’s second-round match at the Australian Open, the former Britain Davis Cup captain explained how he sees the 10-week collaboration working out. I understand Stefan called you for advice ...
... difficult to improve someone who's been No.1 for such a long while but there's always something you can do." Severin Luthi, the Switzerland Davis Cup coach who has worked with Federer for several years, ...
... in 2014, starting at the Australian Open. Swiss Davis Cup captain Severin Luthi will remain the head coach; Edberg, presumably, will come from a different angle. ''It's going to be interesting to see what ...
from La Gazzetta dello Sport by Vincenzo Martucci translated into English by Mauro Cappiello «I am happy to announce that beginning in Melbourne, Stefan Edberg will join Severin Lüthi on my coaching ...