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"My serve has always been the key to my game, and last year it did not work as it should have, so I decided to take care of it. I wanted to find the fluency of action and impact that I need, and now it is much better than two months ago. I think I'm on the right way" - Stefan Edberg after winning Doha at the start of 1994. Read the interview

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61. Tennis: The last days of a beautiful game
(Edberg experiences/Fan reports)
... to 95 and in the girls’ category it’s 99. Contrastingly, till the late 1960s, not really ancient history, tennis was universally played with one hand. Despite that, 2014, almost magically, proved to be ...
... — after a two-year lapse — with Boris Becker, a three-time Wimbledon champion, in his camp. Cilic, one of the most unexpected winners in the history of the United States Open, was coached by another former ...
... to the Serbian culture and history. The name has been passed down to several generations. The origin of the name Stefan is German. It means crown. After claiming his second Wimbledon trophy in July, Novak ...
64. Basel, where Stefan was the king
(News/General news)
... by the official website of the tournament some time ago and collects fantastic highlights of the history of the event (until 2012). The one starting tomorrow will be the 45th edition of the Swiss indoors ...
... Grand Slam final in the history of tennis, between Stefan Edberg and Mats Wilander. "I knew Mats was a difficult opponent, but I also knew that if I played well, I had the best chances to win - Edberg ...
... court for an easy volley. Stefan was a serve & volley machine, Roger owns a larger variety of shots and a more complete arsenal that allows him (better than possibly any other player in the history ...
Looking forward to this year's US Open, we have collected excerpts from old articles to recall Stefan Edberg's history at Flushing Meadows through some flashes from 8 memorable matches he played there. ...
... [Federer] after a defeat, you have the impression that it counts more for us and for the history of Wimbledon, than for himself. For him it doesn't matter anymore." Now, on the eve of the US Open starting ...
... final after Halle, Wimbledon and Toronto. But Federer's records don't end here: 80th career torunament, only Connors (109) and Lendl (94) have done better in the history of men's tennis, but, with the ...
... And it's also great to be part of tennis history. Tennis has been such a big part of my life and will always be. It's just a game that I love, that I always will love. I really enjoy playing tennis, even ...
... spots among the world’s elite, many onlookers believe that Switzerland could win the Davis Cup for the first time in its history. And one of those is Federer’s famous coach Stefan Edberg. “They have a ...
... it was a huge thing when I got inducted in Newport, which was a number of years ago, and you feel sort of you're part of tennis history, which is great, it was very nice what they did there. I was also ...
by Mauro Cappiello Our website celebrates its 13th anniversary, the first under the Edberg-Federer partnership, after a year of huge growth from all the points of view. I was just having a quick look ...
... you look at him after a defeat, you have the impression that it counts more for us and for the history of Wimbledon, than for himself". It's not the first time the former number one from Sweden expressed ...
... and Becker have encouraged their charges to come forward wherever possible. As two of the greatest volleyers in history, they know there is an element of the chess gambit to a net-rush. Even if you lose ...
76. Shooting from the lip
(News/Fedberg)
... to disturb me. He's very precise, short, simple. It is no surprise to witness Federer playing more aggressively at the net this year, for few in the history of tennis possessed a volley as beautiful, or ...
... ranked player is 24-year-old Markus Eriksson, who is well outside the top 300. But Swedish influence in the sport – away from the court – has never been deeper. It is adding luster to a rich tennis history ...
... Did you accept Federer's proposal to now compete with him on the bench? - No, I accepted this interesting challenge because I work with one of the best tennis players in history. It turns out, however, ...
... age. When he was only 17 years, Stefan Edberg made history as the first - and still only - player who won all four Grand Slam tournaments during the same season as a junior. Just two years later, he would ...
... it more often? First of all, Rafa's backhand passing is almost as good as his forehand. His ability to find angles from nowhere is possibly unprecedented in tennis history and would be a hard test to face ...