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"Once you've been a champion here, you should leave like one. You belong to this club once you've won here, so it's not like I'm leaving forever" - Stefan Edberg after his defeat to Mikael Tillstrom in his last match at Wimbledon in 1996. Read the article

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321. The coolest champion
(Old articles/Mix)
... a week in the south of France, a week in Stockholm with steady girlfriend Annette Olsen, even a strenuous Davis Cup series, ("We have a lot of fun together," he said of his teammates. "I look forward to ...
322. Edberg, gentle anger
(Old articles/Olympics)
... not, Big Cat took a big revenge of the matches lost this season against Stefan Edberg. Two matches in which he had always been up a break in the fifth set: 4-1 in Davis Cup in Norkoepping, 3-1 in the ...
323. Stefan Edberg's serve
(Old articles/Technique)
... Stefan Edberg won Wimbledon, the Australian Open (twice) and the Davis Cup. Enlarge images to see the animations (thanks to TennisForAll.com)  ...
324. Stefan Edberg Wimbledon 1988 quotes
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
... all this will go on for the rest of your life. Now I'm just going to rest a little and then prepare myself for the US Open (the last major "Grand Slam" tournaments). Of course, I also have the Davis Cup ...
325. A gift of backhand
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
... the Davis Cup quarter final 9-7 in the fifth set (after leading 4-1) against... Mecir! But Wimbledon - he said after winning - was for him and his coach Tony Pickard, the major target and Edberg didn't ...
326. Edberg rings the number
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
... were not much better for Wilander's Davis Cup teammate Edberg either, in the semifinal. Before he realised what hit him, Edberg was down two sets and struggling to stay in the match in the third. Returning ...
from Associated Press Stefan Edberg overcame Miloslav Mecir of Czechoslovakia in a five-set match yesterday to clinch a semifinal berth for Sweden, the defending champion, in Davis Cup play. Edberg, ...
328. Heads up!
(Old articles/Mix)
... only player to win a junior Grand Slam. The following year, he turned pro. At 19, he won the Australian Open and led the Swedish Davis Cup team to victory over West Germany. This year, before a groin injury ...
329. An unfounded reputation
(Old articles/Australian Open)
... his scowling and cute look were for many the roots of this reputation, reinforced by some of his recent failures in the Davis Cup final against Australia. Yes, what a denial! Because he, Stefan Edberg, ...
330. This time Edberg doesn't pair
(Old articles/Davis Cup)
An article from: La Repubblica THE DAVIS FINAL IN MELBOURNE. 2-1 for Australia after the second day; Jarryd, practically forced to play alone due to the inconsistence of his team mate, apologize: "They ...
331. In a sea of ​​grass Cash, Cash, Cash...
(Old articles/Davis Cup)
... beat Sweden, winning the "Davis" for the twenty-sixth time. The kangaroos will always play the prestigious cup on grass. Pat Cash and Stefan Edberg during the 1986 Davis Cup final played at Kooyong ...
332. Is Cash enough for the Davis?
(Old articles/Davis Cup)
An article from: La Repubblica THE FINAL IN MELBOURNE. 1 all after the first two singles in Melbourne; Edberg (sixteen double faults) wasted an advantage of 5-1 in the first set, losing after almost ...
333. Stefan Edberg: best of the Swedes?
(Old articles/Mix)
... he completed the greatest week of his life by steamrolling fellow Swede Mats Wilander 6-4, 6-3, 6-3. Two weeks after that, in the deciding match of the 1985 Davis Cup final, Edberg recorded another extraordinary ...
334. Edberg Emerging As Super Swede
(Old articles/Mix)
... I couldn`t move, I couldn`t serve." The winner of a Grand Slam singles title (the Australian Open) and the hero of Sweden`s championship Davis Cup team, Edberg, at 20, is now emerging from the shadow of ...
335. The team in blond
(Old articles/Davis Cup)
An article from: La Repubblica "Behind our success there's the will to grow far from the shadow of Borg" Sweden, one more Davis Cup. How a country with just 8,3 millions inhabitants could produce ...
336. For a day Becker is enough
(Old articles/Davis Cup)
An article from: La Repubblica by Emanuela Audisio Germany levels up 1-1 after the first two matches. Three hours to stop the escaping Sweden. Wilander beat Westphal (6-3, 6-4, 10-8) then Edberg ...
337. Stefan Edberg, last winner on grass
(Old articles/Australian Open)
... were transferred to the Stade Roland Garros, which was originally built for Brugnon, Borotra, Cochet and Lacoste to defend the Davis Cup taken from the hands of the masters on American soil in 1926. At ...
338. Edberg wins in Australia and Sweden changes look
(Old articles/Australian Open)
... over the German, who lost at his first match in Australia. The head-to-head is next to come. In Munich from 20th to 22nd December Germany and Sweden will meet in the Davis Cup final. Becker is sure ...
339. Boom-Boom's brother
(Old articles/Australian Open)
... with the aim to shine for himself , but to earn a place in singles for the Davis Cup final. Double burden that his shoulders of a 19-year-old guy (he will turn 20 on January 19th) have beautifully sustained. ...
from The New York Times by Barnaby J. Feder Sweden clinched the 1984 Davis Cup tennis title before an ecstatic home crowd tonight as Anders Jarryd and Stefan Edberg handed John McEnroe and Peter Fleming ...