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"There's only going to be one Borg, there isn't going to be another one. But there isn't going to be another Stefan Edberg either" - Stefan Edberg on his personality. Read the article

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81. Sweden, knock if you are there
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... 1998 and 2006, former number 4 in singles. He says: "When in '98 we won the last Davis Cup, no survey counted our triumph among the three top sporting feats. It seemed obvious. Also for the Federation. ...
... Davis Cup title. Swedish Golden Age - Mats Wilander - From a one-man team to a gang of top ten players. The second Davis Cup title against the US, the owners of the tennis world. Swedish Golden Age - ...
... without being seen than to be seen without appearing "The location is very good. Definitely. Being back here at Ullevi is fun, I know I have been here during the Davis Cup to train. It was some years ...
... Academy in Växjö, was also there, along with Davis Cup captain Fredrik Rosengren, Fed Cup captain Lars-Anders Wahlgren and Elias Ymer, currently the top ranked player from Sweden and the home star of the ...
... mostly good memories from here. I have won a lot of matches in the hall here, I have been in the Davis Cup camp here and trained pretty hard. I am from Småland myself, so I have been here many times as ...
... in the big world at the age of 20. And the cohesion was unique. I think it contributed an incredible amount to our success, even in Davis Cup. 21-year-old Magnus Gustafsson would play the Australian Open ...
... 24 teams of juniors aged 14-18, representing as many Swedish tennis clubs. This sort of mini Davis Cup will be held in connection with the ATP Challenger tournament and will have Stefan Edberg as special ...
... three Davis Cup victories, the Olympic bronze and 72 weeks as world number one. That's a mini summary of his fabulous career that I have been privileged to follow as a journalist. It started back in the ...
... footsteps, was able to become the leading tennis nation in the '80s and '90s, with so many good players that neither a top ten like Joakim Nyström was sure to be included in the Davis Cup name list. ...
... by Edberg, former pro player Magnus Larsson and former Davis Cup captain Carl-Axel Hageskog. Along with Linnaeus University, Växjö Municipality and the Swedish Tennis Federation since last year they started ...
... Novak Djokovic); won a Davis Cup with Switzerland; won 136 singles matches, losing just 23; beat a top-10 ranked player 31 times losing only 12; beat current number 1 Novak Djokovic 5 times, losing ...
... 3 Major finals (he hadn't played two in the same year since 2009), 9 finals in the 1000 events, including the one not played in London last year, of which three won. A Davis Cup and 12 titles won, bringing ...
... isn't a household name, even if he won the longest singles match in Davis Cup history in March in a shade under seven hours, but he entered Tuesday's clash just outside the seedings and held five match ...
... played crosscourt, if the ball had landed on the line... But Chang was in state of grace: that was his Roland Garros. Where do you keep your trophies (6 Majors, 42 titles, 4 Davis Cups)? After moving ...
... has seen shocking examples of coaches who rip their players out and refuse to cooperate. - The Swedes have always been team players, not only when it comes to Davis Cup. We know how to build a good team ...
... Davis Cup finals (from '84 to '89), a burst of  Grand Slam triumphs and the dominance in the "top ten." After that there was oblivion and now the first Swede in the world professional ranking, Elias Ymer, ...
... titles (plus three in doubles), two at Wimbledon (both against Boris Becker), won the gold in the demonstration competition at the Olympic Games in 1984, was four times Davis Cup champion and 72 weeks ...
... break. Last year I played a lot of tournaments, including the Davis Cup. That was very good for my game, but eventually you realize that you have done little work: it was the conditioning on the treadmill or ...
... backhand. Sometimes it was a little better, but I never really felt comfortable. Gael did not play as aggressive as in Lille in Davis Cup but I accept the fact that I can do better and I will continue ...
... Federer played during the last week in November, when Switzerland defeated France to win its first Davis Cup. He also played some exhibition matches in December. This year, Federer played at the start ...