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"I have many fond memories of my tennis career. Everything from winning Kalle Anka Cup when I was eleven years old to my first ATP victory and my first Wimbledon win" - Stefan Edberg on his career accomplishments. Read the interview

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301. Force 5 Sweden!
(Old articles/Davis Cup)
from Tennis de France (issue of January 1995) by Vincent Cognet translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Fifth victory in Davis Cup for Sweden, achieved at the end of a very close tie in which the ...
302. A matter of family
(Old articles/Mix)
... targets. In fact, the Swede will be the only big to play all the three mega-events of the season ending: ATP Finals, Davis Cup final and Grand Slam Cup He is one of the most admired and respected players ...
303. Edberg the punisher
(Old articles/Davis Cup)
An article from: La Gazzetta dello Sport by Rino Tommasi Destroys Pioline and gives Sweden the decisive point on France CANNES. In a very hot but particularly sad day for French tennis, for the death ...
... Better than him has behaved Michael Stich. The "Master" came from a long rest, after the Davis Cup he had not actually held the racket. On the court, first he demolished Frenchman Stefan Simian, then struggled ...
305. Paris, oh dear one
(Old articles/Mix)
... credibility...» - And what about the new formulas suggested for the Davis Cup? « Well.. You'll see that eventually something will change, but I'm always fond of the old system. I like the idea of playing ...
306. Champion of style
(Old articles/Mix)
... under pressure, and also in Davis Cup. Recently, then, he had also begun to let himself go: the US Open in '92, his last great victory, was obtained more with determination than with talent, this time ...
307. Emilie Victoria, pretty as a queen
(Old articles/Mix)
... preferred not to play for Sweden in Davis Cup (his compatriots would also superbly qualify for the semi-finals at the expense of the Netherlands) to be alongside his wife Annette, for the birth of their ...
308. The Iron Man against the world
(Old articles/US Open)
... Swedish friends, must challenge the most impressive Davis Cup team ever aligned with Courier, Agassi, Sampras and McEnroe, in late September in Minneapolis. But, obviously, this is another story... Marathon ...
309. The great final
(Old articles/Mix)
... life. Jessica Stockmann, Davis Cup player Michael Westphal's former partner, has supported and motivated him. And so, after the match, it was an unexpected as wonderful declaration of love, as Stich ...
310. Edberg up there on his cloud
(Old articles/US Open)
... even more as a loser. With a torn right thigh, he was beaten by Paul Haarhuis in the third round, leaving the World number one and any chance to play the Davis Cup semifinals against United States in late ...
311. One man show
(Old articles/US Open)
... himself in the following rounds, reaching the quarter finals. Once again, Becker was injured, a torn thigh muscle who forced him to retire from the Davis Cup semifinal between United States and Germany. ...
312. A Stand-up Guy
(Old articles/Mix)
... a tough man to push me, so I hired Tony." He had met the gregarious Pickard, a former British Davis Cupper, at a tournament in Italy in 1981. Pickard, scouting prospects for Wilson Sporting Goods, offered ...
... abandoning his match against Bruguera when he was 5-2 down. He was overwhelmed by whistles from the crowd. Yannick Noah, who was announced as new Davis Cup team captain on the first day of the tournament, ...
... the list including the U.S. Davis Cup doubles team of Jim Pugh and Rick Leach, and Northwestern's amateur-turned-pro Todd Martin. Wilson has promotional plans, still to be firmed up, for Edberg. "He'll ...
315. Paris, just crazy
(Old articles/French Open)
... was just a stop, or a technical limit, more than an athletic one. The Catalan, in the past few months played few matches and bad, victim of a psychological trauma for a double defeat in Davis Cup, ...
316. I ♥ France
(Old articles/Mix)
... of these defeats. But I passed for a player who lost in the finals and, suddenly, I hate to cut short any discussion. That's why my Masters title against Becker made ​​me so happy." Davis Cup side, Edberg ...
317. Edberg soon number one?
(Old articles/Mix)
... the years. Stefan: "I would never want to trade places with Boris. If he loses, he is immediately under attack in Germany. In Sweden, no one complains when I lose." In Davis Cup the Swedes have been kicked ...
318. Stefan's desert
(Old articles/Mix)
... has known the feeling of playing without the help from the crowd, but with a part of the audience decidedly against him. Everything started mid-week, when Tom Gorman, United States Davis Cup Team captain, ...
319. Edberg Captures The Masters
(Old articles/Masters Cup)
... one of us will be the next No. 1,'' said Becker, who has a rematch with Edberg in two weeks when the two compete in the Davis Cup final in Stuttgart, West Germany. ''Now I'm kind of the unofficial No. ...
320. Professors smashed
(Old articles/Davis Cup)
An article from: La Repubblica by Gianni Clerici DAVIS CUP. Swedish debacle in Gothenburg: Germany win the doubles as well and claim the trophy for the first time. Joined and beaten Edberg and Jarryd, ...