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"This is our most beautiful little trophy" - Stefan Edberg on his daughter Emilie's birth. Read the article

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Whitney Houston performs her classic "One Moment in Time" at the official inauguration of the Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing Meadows, New York, in front of all the former US Open champions.
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Stefan Edberg talks about his wins and chances missed at the Australian Open in a special interview released with Eurosport a few days before his official retirement from tennis. Enjoy some rare images ...
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Stefan Edberg loses in straight sets to Niklas Kulti in the first round of 1996 Stockholm Open. It's his last match on the ATP Tour. Some highlights, including the celebrations for his retirement from ...
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Stefan Edberg loses to Goran Ivanisevic in the last Grand Slam match of his career, quarter final at the 1996 US Open. Match point and tribute ceremony for the Swede, who had won the tournament in 1983 ...
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Down 4-1 in the first set of his last Grand Slam match, the US Open 1996 quarter final against Goran Ivanisevic, Stefan Edberg gives a demostration of his all court tennis, with this winning serve, forehand ...
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Highlights of the last singles match win by Stefan Edberg in the Grand Slam, against Britain's Tim Henman in the fourth round of the 1996 US Open. Court interview with Stefan after the match.
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In the last Grand Slam event of his career, Stefan Edberg faces Tim Henman in the fourth round. Lost the first set, he reaches the tie-break in the second. On the score of 5-2, he plays this unbeliavable ...
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At the 1996 US Open, Stefan Edberg meets one of the last players with his same game style. Tim Henman is the young hope of British tennis, but he has already beaten French Open champion Yevgeny Kafelnikov ...
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A running forehand passing by Stefan Edberg from his first round match against Richard Krajicek in the US Open 1996, the last Grand Slam tournament of his career.
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In the revenge match of the 1989 French Open final against Michael Chang, Stefan Edberg loses the first set but plays some of his best tennis in the other three. At the beginning of the third set, he ends ...
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At the start of the third set of the 1995 Legg Mason Washington Open final, Stefan Edberg surprises Andre Agassi with a Federer style tweener. "One of the rallies of the year," in the words of Eurosport ...
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Stefan Edberg plays cat and mouse with Aaron Krickstein in the 4th round of the 1995 Australian Open, in a match he would eventually lose, having been two sets up.
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Stefan Edberg celebrates his 29th birthday in Melbourne during the Australian Open on January 19, 1995. After winning his 2nd round match against Adrian Voinea, he receives a cake and the wishes from the ...
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Highlights of the 1995 Qatar Open final between Stefan Edberg and Magnus Larsson, won by the Swede in straight sets, 7-6, 6-1. It was Stefan's 41st and last career ATP singles title. TV report by Elena ...
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Stefan Edberg beats Goran Ivanisevic in four sets in the final of the Eurocard Open in Stuttgart in February 1994. Highlights of the match, with commentary by David Mercer.
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A gunshot crosscourt backhand passing from Stefan Edberg against Todd Martin in the first set of the 1994 Australian Open semifinal.
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Some images from Stefan Edberg's win at the 1994 Qatar Open in Doha. The Swede won his 38th career title beating Gilbert Schaller in the semifinal and Paul Haarhuis in the final. Clip from the ATP Tour ...
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In his quarter final at the 1993 edition of the Roland Garros, Stefan Edberg looks down and out against Ukrainian Andrei Medvedev, still he finds the way to fool his opponent at the net with this amazing ...
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Stefan Edberg comes from a break down in the fourth set to beat Aaron Krickstein in the second round of the 1993 Roland Garros. Commentary by Rino Tommasi and Gianni Clerici.
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Two TV reports by Elena Pero from Tele+2 on Stefan Edberg's triumph in Madrid in 1993, his third and last career title on clay. In the footage some highlights of the final against Sergi Bruguera and the ...