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"I will not have any primary responsibility, I'll be part of the team and try to influence him in a positive direction" - Stefan Edberg about coaching Roger Federer. Read the interview

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441. Edberg: now he no longer cracks!
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
... He even sketched a kind of apache dance at the end of the second set, 6-2 as the first one, which is not nothing against the powerful Boris Becker. He deserved this Wimbledon victory, his second. He  fought ...
442. Edberg, a sublime strategist
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
... little time national reunification and football World Cup. Had Becker won, the apotheosis would have reached Wagnerian tones. And you see how these facts would be linked, reading the fanciful hypothesis ...
443. Poor Mecir. What a suffering
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
... their articles, as I found myself in a half-desert press room looking at Mecir. Just two years ago, on the same Centre Court, Big Cat was up two sets to love against a hypnotized made powerless Stefan ...
444. Paris, just crazy
(Old articles/French Open)
...  down... (...) This tournament, that was already a kind of roulette, now becomes a real lottery. Some faithful fans of the little Chinese whispered Chang could win again. Another, an American reporter, ...
445. I ♥ France
(Old articles/Mix)
... that he chose to spend most of his time. He himself explains why. If the French do not pay much attention to Stefan Edberg - certainly much less than Swedes, English or Japanese do - Edberg is very interested ...
... modest. There is Stefan Edberg. Edberg the Iceberg, he has been called. Stoic Swede. Emotionless. Edberg, who is ranked No. 3 in the world, has quietly absorbed all of these characterizations during his ...
447. Stefan's desert
(Old articles/Mix)
... desert - Stefan Edberg has found his first success of 1990, brilliantly wiping out  the criticisms addressed against him in the previous week and showing all his best tennis, that according to many should ...
... established the effectiveness of his shot, Stefan decides to go to the net. These net approaches must be done striding with a relaxed upper body. Edberg's release is truly remarkable. The head and torso ...
449. Edberg nearly perfect, but Lendl is at his most
(Old articles/Australian Open)
...  perfection". Lendl's unstoppable, Edberg is perfect: these were the two themes of the semifinals day. The 24-year-old Swede was good in all the compartments: serve, volley, baseline. In the first ...
450. The seventh time
(Old articles/Masters Cup)
... just one. McEnroe was the only American representative to reach the semifinals. Yet, players came from the US in number: five of the eight present (McEnroe, Agassi, Chang, Gilbert and Krickstein). The ...
451. When tennis gets unfair
(Old articles/Masters Cup)
... because these guys aren't still robots, after all. But it can't be understood how a guy who was elected world champion quits the match at the start of the third set, using a too severe warning by the ...
452. Edberg Captures The Masters
(Old articles/Masters Cup)
... deflation as the match wore on yesterday to a simple case of burnout. After he had won the first set easily and come within a point of claiming the second-set tie breaker, Becker's resolve, usually omnipresent, ...
453. Germany's youths, all strength and reason
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
... of these Championships. We didn't know, and neither did he, that the real final would be played 24 hours earlier, against Ivan Lendl. That dramatic 240-minute-match, already toughest itself, could be ...
454. Mac, a strained guy
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
...  for that inimitable serve of his, that action that he only could imagine and execute. Not only those two double faults left me perplexed. In these two weeks, Mac held university lectures more than ...
... by the Chinese-American. ...
456. Michael, Stefan and that final...
(Old articles/French Open)
... on the slender shoulders of this Chinese guy born in New Jersey, a Speedy Gonzales made in USA, who damns his soul running from one side of the court to the other at an unprecedented speed and who, just ...
457. Baby Chang's thousand tricks
(Old articles/French Open)
An article from: La Repubblica  by Gianni Clerici The last Roland Garros is already in history: here's how Sanchez and the American Chinese puzzled world tennis. PARIS. (...) Little Michael Chang's ...
458. Now everybody's waiting for Chang's miracle
(Old articles/French Open)
... 6-3, 6-3 the score of that match, played in Cincinnati. In '89 the two are even, in Scottsdale the Swede won 6-2, 6-4, in Indian Wells the little Chinese did 6-3, 6-2. These matches were played on ...
459. Chang's year
(Old articles/French Open)
... a half). On the French side, Thierry Tulasne (who defeated Miloslav Mecir in the first round) who rises to the fourth round and Sophie Amiach (beaten in the third round) are the best representatives in ...
460. Canè: "He was nervous"
(Old articles/Mix)
... the fans' support". These statements seem to anticipate a reduction of commitments for next season. Canè obviously looked very satisfied after the victory. "I had nothing to lose and I played very ...