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"I knew that I could lose my place of n.1, it's a shame because this could have been a great final" - Stefan Edberg after Boris Becker's retirement in the 1990 Bercy final. Read the article

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101. Edberg consolidates
(Old articles/Mix)
... firmly installed at the top again until... Indian Wells where he won last year and Key Biscayne where he was beaten in the final by Agassi.  ...
102. Edberg soon number one?
(Old articles/Mix)
from Bravo (issue of March 29th, 1990) by Peter Raschner translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Despite the last defeat against Agassi "I believe, that I can make it to number 1 before Boris can," ...
... now. He is 16-2 on the year. One loss was to Pete Sampras in Philadelphia, but Agassi was forced to retire with food poisoning at one-set all. The other loss was to Edberg in four sets at Indian Wells, ...
from Los Angeles Times by Julie Cart INDIAN WELLS — There is something to be said for the quiet, if not the meek, among us. There is a serene beauty in the subtle and--as of Sunday--a reward for the ...
105. Stefan's desert
(Old articles/Mix)
... close final. INDIAN WELLS. In what's undoubtedly the most unusual scenario the tennis world can offer - a 10,500-seat tennis stadium in a residential complex for billionaires in the middle of the California ...
106. Michael, Stefan and that final...
(Old articles/French Open)
... recent one, on the Indian Wells hardcourt. The two have never met on clay, a surface on which "many believed that I could not play well, even if I never doubted to be able to do that." Word of a beaming ...
107. Now everybody's waiting for Chang's miracle
(Old articles/French Open)
... 6-3, 6-3 the score of that match, played in Cincinnati. In '89 the two are even, in Scottsdale the Swede won 6-2, 6-4, in Indian Wells the little Chinese did 6-3, 6-2. These matches were played on ...
... Edberg doesn't have to betray the attackers' cause, but must be careful: Little Michael Chang, who already beat him in Indian Wells, is much weaker but probably more intelligent than Becker. The Swede: ...
109. A gift of backhand
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
from Tennis Magazine (issue of August 1988)  by Guy Barbier translated into English by Mauro Cappiello New Wimbledon champion, Stefan Edberg can do just about everything on a tennis court. But, most of ...
110. The sphinx Edberg dreams the Open
(Old articles/US Open)
An article from: La Repubblica by Mario Ellena The Swede, 21, beat twice Becker in ten days When, last February on the hardcourts of Indian Wells in California, that big polite boy of Stefan Edberg ...
... holds a 5-0 career mark against the Swede, not even losing a set. Edberg has been the top player so far in 1987, winning the Australian Open and Memphis, Tenn., and being runner-up in Indian Wells, Calif. ...
112. Quiz n.2 - Correct answers
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... for the last time against Pete Sampras? 1993 Australian Open  1993 Cincinnati  1994 Davis Cup (correct)  1995 Indian Wells  1995 EssenBesidesBoris Becker, ...
113. Ora tutti aspettano il miracolo di Chang
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... era ancora all' asilo: 6-3, 6-3 il punteggio di quell' incontro svoltosi a Cincinnati. Nell' 89 i due sono pari, a Scottsdale ha vinto lo svedese 6-2 e 6-4, a Indian Wells il cinesino 6-3 e 6-2. Questi ...
114. Edberg la sfinge sogna gli Open
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Un articolo da: La Repubblica di Mario Ellena Lo svedese, 21 anni, ha battuto due volte Becker nel giro di dieci giorni Quando, nel febbraio scorso sui campi in cemento di Indian Wells in California, ...