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"My parents, that I consider as my best friends, taught me since I was a kid that happiness is a modest thing that has nothing to do with money and fame" - Stefan Edberg on his values. Read the article

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381. Davis Cup 1996 Official Yearbook Foreword
(Old articles/Davis Cup)
from Davis Cup 1996 Official Yearbook by Stefan Edberg I am delighted to have been invited to provide the foreword for this book because I have always felt that being selected to represent your country ...
... set of a semifinal or final. This shows that, although he looks generally calm and has a well deserved reputation for a perfect athlete, he has always kept fire burning fiercely inside of him, which comes ...
383. A walk down Davis Cup memory lane
(Old articles/Davis Cup)
from Davis cup.com (16.11.2006) It was, as everyone lucky enough to be present recognised, a very special occasion. An occasion to savour and relish, an historic occasion. The most astonishing finale ...
384. Classic tie: Sweden 2-3 France, 1996
(Old articles/Davis Cup)
...  After the tie was completed and France awarded the Davis Cup there was just time remaining on a marathon day for Edberg to say his farewell. In a ceremony on the court he was presented with the Swedish ...
385. "The quiet and the wild"
(Old articles/Mix)
... this duel of calm and smart against the wild and crazy, even if the image has nothing to do with reality. Without these poles nobody wants to sit and watch: Borg was good, Connors evil, Lendl was good, ...
386. Edberg scares Krajicek's shadow away
(Old articles/US Open)
... little blond good-looking Swede Stefan Edberg at the farewell party, after 54 consecutive presences. Good bye, serve and volley champion, who leave tennis this year, good bye, artist of the times gone. ...
... "strangest Wimbledon I've been to in all my years coming here, with all these upsets." There have been so many that HBO will recap from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. today the week that saw top seeds Andre Agassi, ...
388. Timeless Edberg
(Old articles/French Open)
... Graf. The little Chinese immediately shoots his fireworks, but on the score of 6-4 5-4 makes a grimace, touches his chest, doesn’t push anymore with his serve and, as soon as he concedes the double ...
389. Gentleman Stefan
(Old articles/Mix)
An article from: Tennis Oggi by Amanda Lanari When the Stockholm tournament will greet with all the honours its hero Stefan Edberg, the world of racquet will lose the last representative of show-tennis. ...
... round [...] If Gala (Leon, ann.) yesterday represented the face of happiness of women's tennis, Carlos Moya was the disappointment. The Spaniard tennis player came to Roland Garros as one of the young ...
391. Edberg, a kiss good-bye
(Old articles/Mix)
... to hang up. The ending? As it’s usually said in these cases, it’s been wonderful. «It was really special to hear all that support, and I wasn’t even playing in my own country. It really impressed me, ...
392. Edberg, through with class
(Old articles/Mix)
... but these are digressions. More interesting his statements on the tennis tastes of our country, «the only one still able to appreciate serve and volley tennis». «I'm aware - goes on Edberg - that few ...
393. Game, Set, Match, Career
(Old articles/Mix)
... in Scottsdale, Arizona. But his staying power has retreated and he will be the first to tell you that he no longer is as motivated as he once was. One more Grand Slam victory was what he prayed for these ...
394. Edberg, an unstoppable decline
(Old articles/Australian Open)
...  Out of 128 players taking part in the tournament, only seven have turned 30 and among these, at the moment I’m writing, only Fleurian, the winner on Edberg, and the Australian Mark Woodforde are still ...
395. Beginning of the End for Edberg
(Old articles/Australian Open)
... Edberg, his serve no longer a major weapon and his volleys no longer rock solid, streaking all the way to the title in Melbourne with every member of the top 10 present. Tennis is a difficult sport for ...
... Tennis Classic yesterday and all week purchased tickets well in advance, say in January when things weren't quite as tepid in these precincts. Still, it's a good bet that most of them have lingering memories ...
397. Stefan the Sheikh
(Old articles/Mix)
... "I do not consider myself a superstar like Stefan, I will never be another Borg or Wilander. But if you want to write I represent the new generation of Swedish continuity at the top, go ahead..." Leconte, ...
398. «One more Major before I quit»
(Old articles/Mix)
... avoided many desert trips, sightseeing and evening parties. With Annette and little Emilie he remained shut in his room at the eleventh floor of the Sheraton, to only get out of it to go practicing or ...
399. Force 5 Sweden!
(Old articles/Davis Cup)
... for players with little skill of analysis (or imagination), this "pressure" and these "important points" are still the key for this 82nd Davis Cup final which saw Sweden dominate Russia away in two days, ...
400. A matter of family
(Old articles/Mix)
...  mark on his future, though. Also the experts do, naturally with all the respect that a great athlete (and a real gentleman) as him deserves. Actually, Edberg’s life has changed a lot in recent years ...