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"I have always just wanted to play good tennis, trying not to be different from what I was, I am. I've never tried to create an image of myself that doesn't correspond to the truth, a concern that many of today's players seem to have, instead" - Stefan Edberg on his personality. Read the interview

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from Smp.se by Sven Elofsson translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Yesterday the new Södra Climate Arena was filled with tennis stars from the Swedish greatness. Former Davis Cup players Niklas ...
162. From golden age to disaster
(News/General news)
... the man who started it all, Swedish tennis has experienced a golden age in the '80s. Before a slow but irreversible decline. Whether the Davis Cup, the Grand Slam or ATP, the contrast between the golden ...
163. Enqvist, 38, Sweden's top player
(News/General news)
... in the ranking. The national team's Davis Cup captain shows during the practice sessions who is number one. Here is the list that will certainly get grumblings from players of the young generation, but ...
164. Kings of Tennis 2013
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... a singles player in a winning Davis Cup team. The ATP Champions Tour is played in eight cities around the world and is normally played over four days in a round-robin format, ensuring that all players ...
... by the Swedish company Södra, along with former Davis Cup captain Carl-Axel Hakeskog and former top ten player from Sweden Magnus Larsson. The project was made after a contest among two hundred architects. ...
166. World class in Manavgat, the Wilson Senior Open
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... Sweden and has already repetedly refused to be Davis Cup captain for Sweden. Why? "No time," he says with a wink. But, if you listen to him, he repeats the concept that the spotlight is no longer needed ...
167. Stefan Edberg at the Wilson Senior Open
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... his time at home with his family. Stefan Edberg was asked frequently to become captain of the Swedish Davis Cup team but he refused this offer. It would be a full time job and mean that he would have to ...
... in the Davis Cup (he won four times) and my seasons were longer than now. We had somehow seven consecutive seasons. - What happened to the Swedish tennis? - A kind of standardization. Competition from ...
169. Filip Bergevi, Stefan Edberg's junior partner in Zurich
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... juniors within the end of the year. One of Filip's best friends since his very early years in tennis is Nicolas Günthard, son of former Swiss Davis Cup player Heinz Günthardt. Below, some pictures of the ...
170. It was better before
(News/Interviews)
... particularly difficult to put together a world class Davis Cup team for Sweden. Until now. Some time ago half of the Swede were top-ten in the world, today we have one among the top 100, Soderling, ranked ...
171. BNP Paribas Zurich Open - Schedule of play
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... will follow its traditional format (which is unique in the Champions Tour): eight past World Number Ones, Grand Slam Champions and Davis Cup winners competing for the title over five days are joined by ...
172. Many fond memories for Stefan
(News/Interviews)
... very happy with». What is your worst memory? «The match I regret the most is the final against Michael Chang at the French Open in 1989. Then my last match, a loss in the Davis Cup with a sprained ankle, ...
173. The gang from Växjö on a roll at Kings of Tennis
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... ticket among the eight, you must have been in a Grand Slam final in singles, have won the world finals of the Davis Cup or have been ranked number one in the world. Each event also has the right to call ...
174. Champions tennis is real tennis
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... ones or Davis Cup and Slam winners, from McEnroe to Borg, from Sampras to Rafter, from Muster to Rios, for a dive into nostalgia. In Florida Carlos Moya won, the man from Spain, better, from Maiorca like ...
175. "It was a crazy situation"
(News/Interviews)
from Aftonbladet.se by Stefan Holm translated into English by Mauro Cappiello No one believes in Sweden for the Davis Cup match against Serbia. It was better before, when coaches were forced to discard ...
176. Zurich Open: Edberg and Cash will be there
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... victories in the Davis Cup (1983 and 1986, both against Sweden) and played memorable matches against Edberg during their active careers, for example, the final of the Australian Open in 1987, which Edberg ...
177. Edberg-Ivanisevic, flashes from the past
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... speeds… A fast start for the Swede, who left the young Croat just one, useless success in the first six meetings, a match at the best of three sets in the Davis Cup tie between Sweden and Yugoslavia that ...
178. Edberg and McEnroe in Stockholm Champions event
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... on a Davis Cup-winning team during their competitive playing careers. McEnroe has been a stalwart of the Tour since its inception. He won the first of his four London titles at the Royal Albert Hall ...
179. Edberg-Ivanisevic in Stockholm
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... and contributed strongly to at least three Swedish Davis Cup titles. He belonged to the world's elite for more than ten years and throughout this period Edberg was the personification of sportsmanship. ...
Duration: 6:42 Language: English Description: Stefan Edberg was interviewed by CNN in this great special on the state of Swedish tennis, from the glory of the past brought by legends like Bjorn Borg, ...