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"I love this somewhat dry grass, with a higher bounce than at Wimbledon. It makes my serve more effective, and leaves me a little more time to play my shots" - Stefan Edberg about the Kooyong grasscourt, just after his second title at the Australian Open in 1987. Read the article

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from TennisBest translated into English by Mauro Cappiello On the eve of Wimbledon, we had the opportunity to hear the opinion of two-time champion Stefan Edberg, in collaboration with Sky Sports. According ...
from Bloomberg Just ahead of Wimbledon, Stefan Edberg was interviewed by the Bloomberg business news tv about the impact technology is having on today's tennis. The interview was inside a feature broadcast ...
Like last year, Roger Federer and his coach Stefan Edberg arrived in London very early to start the preparation for the Championships, where the Swiss defends the 2014 final and is chasing his record 8th ...
by Mauro Cappiello Yesterday's issue of L'Équipe dedicated a focus to the disappearing of serve and volley in today's game. "Volleyeur solitaire" (Lonely volley player) was the headline of page 14, ...
from SVT.se by Tobias Jönsson translated into English by Mauro Cappiello 126 ATP titles. 23 Grand Slam titles. Together. In singles. Roger Federer and Swedish coach Stefan Edberg are by far the the ...
"I’m in good shape, but it’s just important that we see each other from time to time again." In his first media conference at the French Open, Roger Federer dedicated some time to his coach Stefan Edberg, ...
Stefan Edberg and Roger Federer hitting at the French Open The French Open draw ceremony was held this morning and it was very lucky for Roger Federer. Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray were both placed in ...
For only the third time this year, after the Australian Open and Zurich/Monte Carlo, Stefan Edberg and Roger Federer are back together at the Roland Garros in Paris, where the Swiss will try to win his ...
A long 360-degree interview with Roger Federer by Laura Schreffler was the cover story of "Haute Living" lifestyle magazine's May/June issue. The Swiss also mentions Stefan Edberg in two moments of ...
from La Gazzetta dello Sport (issue of April 30th, 2015) by Vincenzo Martucci translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Yesterday's tennis greats have been recycled as successful coaches. Federer, ...
ITF Irish coach Rob Cherry has shared through his website a video analysis of Roger Federer's and Stefan Edberg's footwork when they go to the net following their serves. The video considers two points ...
from Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung by Thomas Klemm translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Almost 34-year-old tennis star Roger Federer thinks he is far from quitting. In an interview with the Frankfurter ...
from TennisActu.net translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Defeated by Gael Monfils in the third round of the Masters 1000 in Monte Carlo, Federer was upset again in a claycourt tournament. The Swiss ...
A couple of pictures from a training session are the first evidence of Stefan Edberg's presence at the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters, where he joined Roger Federer for the first time since this year's Australian ...
by Mauro Cappiello Two pictures taken by a fan with Stefan Edberg and Roger Federer, and shared on the Twitter account @camerlengo73 yesterday, seem to prove that the duo are currently together in Zurich, ...
In a Tennis Channel interview by Justin Gimelstob following a third round straight-set win against Jack Sock, Roger Federer explained why he wasn't joined either by Stefan Edberg or Severin Lüthi for ...
from Tennis.com by Matt Cronin Roger Federer, who easily beat Tomas Berdych in the Indian Wells quarterfinals, 6-4, 6-0, says he is not surprised that he is still going strong at 33 years of age. While ...
In a video for The Telegraph from last year, Greg Rusedski gives three reasons why, in his opinion, Roger Federer is the best player who ever played the game. 1. He's the last all-rounder: his game has ...
by Mauro Cappiello Beating world number 1 Novak Djokovic in the final, Roger Federer has just won his 7th Dubai Duty Free Championships title, the 84th tournament in his career. It is also the 7th ATP ...
by Mauro Cappiello In an interview with German magazine "Sport Bild" Andy Murray said he didn't see any meaningful improvement in Novak Djokovic's tennis since the Serb started his partnership with Boris ...