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"When I got my Wimbledon win I had to open the dance at the gala night. I'd rather serve three double faults in a row than do such a thing again." - Stefan Edberg about what he hates the most doing. Read the article

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101. Halle 2012 - Where my dream came true
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... I was interviewed by Riccardo Bisti of TennisBest.com and had the chance to talk about my meeting with Edberg and the history of STE...fans. "Tell me, Stefan, tell me when" After hours and hours watching ...
102. In Halle, waiting for THE DAY
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... half-timbered style, that remind of the Medieval history of the town, have a very well kept garden space that shows the love and respect for nature by the inhabitants. More bikes than cars around, and ...
103. Myskina replaces Petkovic in Halle Champions Trophy
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... June 2004 when she won the final of the French Open. There Myskina defeated her compatriot Elena Dementieva confidently in two sets, and has since firmly established in the Grand Slam history. In addition ...
... town, from where Portuguese discovery ships set sail in the 15th century. "There is a lot of history here," says Edberg. "There is a fort in the old town that dates to the 17th century, which houses a ...
105. Many fond memories for Stefan
(News/Interviews)
... including two with Anders Järryd - a remarkable feat of the man with history's best looking and most effective backhand volley. «It was partly thanks to my coach that I developed serve and volley game. ...
106. "It was a crazy situation"
(News/Interviews)
... showed how his childhood hero, a 19 year old guy with headband, made history. Stefan Edberg was only nine years old back then, but if he closes his eyes he can see how Björn Borg defeats Jan Kodes and ...
... season. When everything is summed up, there is no doubt that Novak had one of the best seasons not only in the history of tennis, but of sports in general. In such a situation Edberg considers that it ...
... years, but, considered the champion Roger is, Edberg's result in exactly his same range of time is even more impressive and says much on the mark he left in tennis history. To his 806 wins in singles, ...
109. Edberg-Ivanisevic, flashes from the past
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... year on the tour, with two wins each. The Swede took his revenge on grass, beating the Croat at the Queen’s and once again, for the third time in the history of their meetings, it was the third set tie-break ...
110. Too much Stefan for Lendl
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... in the history of tennis. What a feast for the crowd in Holland!  ...
111. Jimbo's year (and Edberg's...)
(News/General news)
... in the fifth. It was this way that Krickstein went down in history for a battle he lost and not won. When it rains, in New York, they still repropose the highlights of that endless match that literally ...
... admirable opponents like Michael Chang, Ivan Lendl, and Jim Courier, and only losing six games in the final. But history books were destined to have a much different version for the 1992 edition, albeit ...
113. Edberg-Ivanisevic in Stockholm
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... Open in 1986 and 1987. Edberg is also the player who won most matches in the Stockholm Open history.Ivanisevic also has sweet memories from the If Stockholm Open, although he now makes his debut at the ...
114. 10 years of STE...fans
(News/General news)
Dear STE...fans, July 21st is a special day in the history of our site: for its 10th birthday, we decided to give it a new look and a partly new structure to make it more usable and enjoyable, with ...
... rain). Wimbledon is tennis history, and any other tournament comes second. Well, I ignored the tournament, at least until the semifinals. At that stage a guy named Edberg was really struggling against ...
... run in not just the 1990 Wimbledon but also the 1992 US Open? And wasn't it Edberg also who crushed Courier in the 1991 US Open in probably the most onesided final ever in the history of the Open?  ...
117. Everything but a "cold turkey" - by Carles Tugnoli -
(Edberg experiences/Fan reports)
... points of view, one of the best players in tennis history. Then, of course, as in all the things in life, you understand that you have to look on and follow other players, as well (even if I follow ...
...  "In all probability it will be so", said Edberg to Sportbladet. Stefan Edberg is one of history's most distinguished tennis player. Whe he quit tennis, he has opted for a career as a financier - and ...
... one of the best players ever, with six Grand Slam titles in singles and five other finals. The Swede said that the place of honor in the history of tennis is for Spanish Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, ...
120. Grand Cayman, Edberg wins and plays Safin for the title
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... a pretty good match,” said Safin, who also said he struggled finding his rhythm against Courier. “I respect Jim very much and have a good history with him. I think it was a pleasant game.” Courier ...