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"What happened to Monica is really terrible. I am very impressed by the images and, knowing the reason of the attack, I feel even more worried and surprised. A fact like this makes you reflect and you can not help thinking that the same thing can happen to you" - Stefan Edberg on Monica Seles' stabbing. Read the article

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from Dagens Ps.se translated into English by Markus Zacharski The former tennis professional Stefan Edberg is good for many hundred millions (Swedish crowns). In the latest issue of the newspaper "Aktiespararen" ...
42. Much money takes much time
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from Svd.se by Anna Asker translated into English by Markus Zacharski Stefan Edberg earned a good 150 million crowns during his time as a tennis professional. In addition there are incomes from sponsor ...
from Dagensps.se Former tennis star Stefan Edberg has a clear strategy on what he's doing with his 150m in prize money. "I'm a cautious general", he says in an interview with Näringsliv24. It's ...
from Triathlete Magazine September 14, 2005 -- Press release: Stefan Edberg, former tennis superstar and member in the Tennis Hall of Fame, has decided to invest money in a new project which makes it ...
from Expressen.se by Christofer Brask reported by Valerie Camps and translated into English by Markus Zacharski Double Wimbledon champion Stefan Edberg is living a completely different life today ...
46. "I suppose I'm a boring person"
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... training in the Strandbjörkshall. Furthermore he tries to work. Not exactly like Svensson but almost. He's sitting in the finance company Catella Capital's board, has tasks with his old sponsors and ...
from Intrum Iustitia - Fair Pay magazine  by Christofer Brask contributed by La Zingara On the tennis court he rarely gives away a point unnecessarily. Tennis champ Stefan Edberg is aiming to be as ...
48. Final step before going mad
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... and left school at the age of 16. The decision could not help his father Bengt's confusion. As a policeman, he heavily financed his children's wishes. What also made Bengt doubt was that there was no athlete ...
49. Gentleman Stefan
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... Swedish young? Yes, I have in mind to finance a program for my country’s new players, and in the future I think I will personally take care of it. Talking about new players, how do you explain that ...
50. Champion of style
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... the French Riviera), shares, rather than only read sports newspapers he studied economics and finance. In short, he prepared his future, which he has already clear in front of him, a businessman from Sweden ...
51. Finance
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