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"I won five matches and the title, which is most important of all. But I also gained a lot of confidence and worked on improving my serve and my game in general" - Stefan Edberg after his victory in Washington in 1994. Read the article

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... sports, the evolution of tennis, Roger Federer and a look back to Stefan's career. ...
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Just before the US Open final, Stefan Edberg was invited to the Sky Sports Uk studio and analysed with Mark Petchey the evolution of Roger Federer's game in the last three years, giving his view on how ...
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Stefan Edberg was interviewed at a Tennis Warehouse stand in Indian Wells during an autograph session. He talked about his new technical relationship with Roger Federer, the evolution of today's tennis ...
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... Wimbledon finals, but also for an interesting comparison between their tennis and today's game, considering the evolution of balls,... ...
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... Chang, Becker, Edberg, Wheaton, McEnroe, Ashe and Kramer question the evolution, the only real enthusiast seems to be Ilie... ...
... the more we feel the need to control the rally. It is through this evolution process he found the passion and that he began to believe in himself. What's fascinating with Roger is this permanent desire ...
... with the Swedish coach, at the Austrialian Open in 2014, with an easy victory for the Spaniard. Since then, Roger Federer's game has known a crazy evolution, an exasperated verticalization that brought ...
Just before yesterday's US Open final, Stefan Edberg was invited to the Sky Sports Uk studio and analysed with Mark Petchey the evolution of Roger Federer's game in the last three years, giving his view ...
... and little more. The Swede, instead, was able to convince a stubborn guy like Roger to gradually revolutionize his tennis, remaining an all-court player, with a clear offensive attitude, thanks to solutions ...
... with times: they are also different. It is another aspect of this same evolution.  ...
11. When a number one...
(News/Fedberg)
... not revolutionize his game and play serve and volley constantly to “please” Stefan Edberg, the same goes for Novak Djokovic. But, according to the Serbian, Boris Becker's contributions can be numerous: ...
... now. It could have an impact on tennis evolution, on the mindset of the new generations. Stefan's stature and place in tennis history can only come out stronger. There's another aspect that has not been ...
13. Stefan as time goes by - by Mei-Ling Liu -
(Edberg experiences/Fan reports)
... article is taken from that page. Mei-Ling comments the evolution of Stefan's style and looks through the years with a set of pictures (some of them published on our website) taken in the period 1982-2001. ...
... of former champions, the Swede has spoken. About his life and the evolution of the sport. At 46, Stefan Edberg still has traces of a spectacular attack game that made him a world leader and winner of ...
from Södra.com The tennis hall will be completed in May. Stefan Edberg with Carl-Axel Hakeskog and Magnus Larsson, presenting the new tennis centre last year in Växjö The construction of Södra's tennis ...
16. Stefan Edberg in Virtua Tennis 4
(News/General news)
from VG Revolution.com by John Lomaga Sega today announced a handful of exclusives for Virtua Tennis 4 for the PS3 and the Playstation Move. Tennis fans will be able to get their hands on tennis legends ...
Stefan Edberg. Porsche design testimonial from Auto Evolution.com by Alina Dumitrache Six-time Grand Slam singles champion Stefan Edberg and recently appointed Real Madrid trainer Jose Mourinho have ...
from The Independent.co.uk by Claire Soares It doesn't look like the heart of a green revolution. The smoke stacks stick up jarringly above the line of pine trees and don't make for the most scenic ...
... hold the No. 1 ranking in both singles and doubles simultaneously. Edberg is such a gentleman it often obscures the truth about his game: stylistically speaking he was a revolutionary in his home country. ...
... Era history to hold the No. 1 ranking in both singles and doubles simultaneously. Edberg is such a gentleman it often obscures the truth about his game: stylistically speaking he was a revolutionary ...
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