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"This is probably the best match I ever played. I'm even beginning to like New York, too" - Stefan Edberg after his first success at the US Open in 1991. Read the article

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Beating in straight sets with a double 6-1 Brad Gilbert, Stefan Edberg wins his second Cincinnati Open title. In the trophy ceremony, he shows his joy to have reached the world number one position for ...
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Stefan Edberg beats Michael Chang in the final of the 1990 Los Angeles Open. In spite of a twisted ankle, the Swede prevails in the third set tie-break, winning his fourth title of the season, the first ...
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Stefan Edberg gets the early break in the third set of his 1990 Australian Open semifinal against Mats Wilander with a huge (and unusual) top-spin running forehand passing shot.
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Some images from Stefan Edberg's matches at the Australian Open of 1988, 1989 and 1990, three very unlucky editions for the Swede. In 1988 he lost in five sets to fellow countryman Mats Wilander in ...
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In the semifinal of the 1989 Bercy Open against Aaron Krickstein, after a long defence from the baseline Stefan Edberg ends the point with a stretched backhand volley. The crowd appreciates with a long ...
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In the first game of the semifinal of the 1989 Seiko Open in Tokyo against Aaron Krickstein, Stefan Edberg ends a 32-shot point with a super backhand down the line.
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Bud Collins interviews Stefan Edberg, Micheal Chang and two-time French Open champion Tony Trabert, after the 1989 Roland Garros final won in five sets by the Chinese-American. Part 8/8.
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Michael Chang and Stefan Edberg awarded after their 1989 five set final at Roland Garros in Paris, won by the American.
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Michael Chang defeats Stefan Edberg in the 1989 French Open final at Roland Garros. The Swede led two sets to one and was up a break in the fourth and fifth set, but eventually lost after over three hours ...
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In the fourth set of the 1989 Roland Garros semifinal against Boris Becker, Stefan Edberg converts a break point in the most spectacular way. Attacking on a...
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This video, part of a footage dedicated to the analysis of Stefan Edberg's tennis technique, was released in Japan in 1987 and is based on Stefan's appearance at the Tokyo outdoor Suntory Japan Open Tennis ...
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A Tv special by Espn.com on the 1987 Australian Open men's singles final between Stefan Edberg and Pat Cash, in the last edition of the tournament played in Kooyong. The clip features opinions from Tv ...
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Stefan Edberg beats Pat Cash in five sets in the last Australian Open final held at the Kooyong Stadium on grass in 1987. It's the Swede's second title in Melbourne.
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During the 1987 Australian Open final against Pat Cash, serving to stay in the fourth set, Stefan Edberg gives a textbook display of how to defend the net. With two backhand volleys towards the two different ...
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In the early stages of his perfect 1986 Stockholm Open final, Stefan Edberg showcasts an extreme defense of the net, to make his opponent Mats Wilander understand that that is not going to be his day. ...
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In this video by Srf some of the big names who won the Swiss Open in Gstaad in the past are celebrated. Roger Federer (2004), Sergi Bruguera (1992, 1993, 1994), Stefan Edberg (1986) and Ilie Nastase (1973). ...
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Stefan Edberg beats Roland Stadler in five sets in the final of the Rado Swiss Open in Gstaad in 1986. It's the first claycourt title in the Swede's career, obtained against the surprise of the tournament ...
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Most people were amazed at Roger Federer's counter smash in Basel in 2002 against Andy Roddick, but they probably didn't know that Stefan Edberg had done a very similar shot seventeen years before against ...
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A 19-year-old Stefan Edberg beats Ivan Lendl in five sets in a memorable match at the 1985 Australian Open semifinals in Kooyong. Stefan would go on to win his first Grand Slam title, beating fellow ...
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Great defense from the baseline, approach forehand and smash from Stefan Edberg in the 1985 Australian Open semifinal against Ivan Lendl.