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"I played a near-perfect match. It was one of those days when you feel hardly anything can go wrong" - Stefan Edberg after the Stuttgart indoor 1994 final against Goran Ivanisevic. Read the article

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1. "I am a happy person"
(News/Interviews)
... all Grand Slam titles among themselves. And now he has another chance for a big triumph. Why was your collaboration over after two years, did you tell him everything you knew? Edberg: (laughs) Then ...
... to be a good way for them to promote themselves. It's a win-win situation here. It's definitely the right move to do it. If I was young, I would love to have this setup.” The Next Gen Masters, with a ...
... (€ 5,155) to two 16 year olds. To assist him former world number four Robin Soderling and Sofia Arvidsson, with a number 29 best ranking. Both have themselves received money from Stefan Edberg's hand. ...
4. Sweden, knock if you are there
(News/General news)
... have become crazy, they fill their children's days, children are less bored, but have also got less time to think about what they really want from themselves." After seven Cups between 1975 and 1998, ...
... tour who keep themselves with tennis. For 16 years Stefan Edberg lived in London. In 2000 the family moved back to a rural property just outside Växjö. And here they still live. - The best thing we've ...
...  Every year, the "Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award" is assigned. It goes to the player on the ATP Tour that best stood up for fair play and respect and the players themselves vote for the winner. Roger ...
... them from being themselves on court, fans and commentators were left wondering about the need of the German's comments on the relationship between the current world number one and Roger Federer. "They ...
8. Uncertain future for the Kings of Tennis
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... think it will be hard to see today's stars choose to play veteran tennis in the future. They will have other projects and opportunities to test themselves. IPTL, the Asian league played last winter, could ...
... tennis - but instead we have had the opposite effect. It goes backwards. People love tennis in Australia, but do not play themselves. It has been and still is a big problem. - It is the same in England. ...
... heart-rate monitors that record data about player performance in real time. Players themselves can't use the data during a game however, with an ITF ban on coaching during matches preventing players from ...
... the game will be. Every Federer fan would agree, by attacking the net, shortening the points and mixing the play up, Roger is playing better tennis and the results speak for themselves.  Only time will ...
... once said that when he creates a sculpture, he just really frees the sculpture from the block of marble that's there. That great athlete was there; you get the athlete to bring it out of themselves." We ...
... As a coach, you now meet former rivals like Chang or Boris Becker again. How's that? Pleasant. It's nice to chat with Boris or others a few minutes when we cross ourselves. It's a bit like before. But ...
... being in a relationship. I am part of a team, where his second coach Severin Lüthi is also included. We bounce ideas constantly among ourselves, said Edberg. How do you fit together? - It feels like we ...
15. When a number one...
(News/Fedberg)
... there can be benefical: «All of these players know the state of mind you must have when you play for major finals. And maybe, knowing the situation themselves, they better understand certain decisions ...
... and we asked ourselves a question, whether our team was in need of a new presence... Edberg was my idol as a kid, but having been out of the game for over 15 years, I did not think he would accept to return. ...
... October), I finished the season with Severin (Lüthi), then he and I discussed. We asked ourselves if we needed someone else in the team. Who? Why? How many weeks a year? I only had a few names in mind ...
... off court, and then adjust certain aspects of the game. From that perspective, Djokovic's and Federer's decision could be ingenious, by moving some of the focus from themselves to their new mentors. A ...
from Tennis-x.com by Sean Randall They say it’s the off season but if you’re a coach it’s really the “on season”. This is the time when players makes changes to their roster in hope of bettering themselves ...
... matches. Three guys throw themselves on the couches in front of the windows before the indoor tennis courts. Curiously peeking as if some childhood friends were playing a doubles match. They have probably ...
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