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"People often talk about how you should work on your weaknesses. I was more concerned with strengthening my strengths" - Stefan Edberg after his first success at the US Open in 1991. Read the article

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... where you have to mind the cars especially, this is an incredible school of life. It's surprising to me saying that I have such a big family and still play. When I used to have a vision of myself as a ...
... Thiem last week to your preparation. Do you know who will be the next to hit with you? I'll talk to my family and see the distribution of physical and technical training. Depending on the amount of technical ...
... July, when he was vacationing with his family in the area. I have know Arnaud for over twenty years and I have confidence in his knowledge of the local specificities and in his conduct of the tennis club. ...
... from his family."  ...
... and spend time with my family. One of the other big pieces of advice Stefan gave me was to keep working on speed. They say as you get older you can keep that aerobic fitness but the speed is the thing ...
... Seppi failing to reach the event's second week for the first time since 2001. While Roger will now take a break, as announced before the start of the tournament, going for a vacation with his family before ...
... to purchase a new $129 two-day family ground pass for the popular middle weekend. Tickets for the men's and women's finals have risen by only $1 to $290 and $390 for the men's and women's deciders respectively. ...
from Il Corriere dello Sport by Roberto Zanni translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Number 8 in March, number 3 of the ranking now: «Stefan? We are a family» In early March, Roger Federer was ...
... round of golf. Edberg's last visit was in 1996, his final appearance as a player, so when he walked into the Lindner Family Tennis Center this week as Roger Federer's coach, he was impressed by what he ...
... and Edberg’s presence is both an inspiration and a comfort to Roger’s finest sensibilities. Roger has always sought in his career a balance—in his devotion to his craft, his family life, his scheduling. ...
... longevity is quite simple: he loves the game as much as he ever did and the Swede, now 48, is part of that, as is the challenge of doing it with a large, young family in tow. ‘Stefan is clearly a piece ...
52. Shooting from the lip
(News/Fedberg)
... He was feted at the White House, and entertained by members of the Kennedy family in the United States. He was greeted in boardrooms of blue-chip companies. His personal life was forensically examined ...
53. From Åhus to Wimbledon
(News/Interviews)
... the world number four. Although the number of travel days per year has changed his lifestyle with work and family. - Everything works great. But there will be a great contrast. While it's great to experience ...
... change your life forever, and probably with them your chances to succeed statistically decrease. But that is something Federer has to deal with. Family is the most important thing for him, even if tennis ...
... ways to find it." Asset management, tennis center, Roger Federer's coach... and then you have a family and two children, as well. How is everything? "Haha, yes, it actually works just fine. Well, as ...
56. Enqvist overhauls Edberg, he is the King of Stockholm
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... "I’m from Stockholm so I have a lot of friends and family here. It was always very special to play the Stockholm Open and now to get to win this event in my home city is just as special." Enqvist was also ...
... the decision? It was. I had to discuss everything with my family and consider my situation in Sweden. My life is now changing somewhat. I'm more in the public, I must travel more. Christopher (his 16-year-old ...
... with age one is known to be wise. It took you quite an effort for you to join the tour again? As difficult as it was, not. It's a chance. At the same time it changed my life. I have a family at home. Now ...
... Toni. That's not only because family is special for the islander from Majorca, but also because of Nadal's self-description as a "long-term boy". Continuity is more important for him than a celebrity whose ...
... he get an idea of my daily life, because all the top players have their own arrangement. I wanted him to meet my family, my team, so that he feels the most comfortable possible. After that, I asked him ...