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"I'll play as long as I'm still willing to work this much, to do all these sacrifices" - Stefan Edberg on leaving tennis. Read the article

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1. BNP Paribas Zurich Open
(EventList / Tournaments and exhibitions / BNP Paribas Zurich Open)
... Although the Swede was not able to participate last year due to an injury, the crowd favorite will again take part in March. On the other hand, the Australian Pat Cash is going to participate in the tournament ...
2. Edberg to present Australian Open trophy
(EventList / Tournaments and exhibitions / Edberg to present Australian Open trophy)
... who will start as the title favourite again in Australia, where she has already won five times. Li retired from the sport last month due to injury. Other than the annual announcement of record prizemoney, ...
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... injury suffered in the middle of the second set. Full match HD720p. Commentary by Chris Bradham and Ross Hutchins for Eurosport. ...
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... injury suffered in the middle of the second set. Full match + John McEnroe court interview at the end. Commentary by Chris Bradham and Ross... ...
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During the first match of the 1996 Davis Cup final vs France, serving on 2-3 against Cedric Pioline, Stefan Edberg twisted his right ankle at the net. He took a long break and had his foot treated ...
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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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At the start of the second set of the 1987 US National Indoor final in Memphis, Jimmy Connors twists his right knee hitting a smash and is forced to retire. Stefan Edberg wins the 11th title of his ...
...  Roger has played at the Roland Garros for the last time in 2015, when he was beaten in the quarter finals by coutryman Stan Wawrinka. After his knee injury at Wimbledon in 2016 he has never showed up ...
... 2016 season due to a persistent knee injury, but he has planned to make a comeback in 2017. Edberg still keeps in touch with the Swiss. “I usually talk to him. Not so often, but periodically. We had ...
10. The 1996 US Open draw controversy
(Old articles/US Open)
... However, there are always injury questions, just as there were with the women's draw, where Mary Pierce withdrew. Yet, the women were seeded according to the computer and drawn in normal fashion. Therefore, ...
... before 2017. The Swiss was suggested this long break by his doctors, in order to give his left knee a proper time to fully recover from the injury of last February. The news has left the tennis world ...
... still in contact at regular intervals. "I have gained a friend for life. We still keep in touch and I offer my help to give feedback if he wants it. Unfortunately, he has had a knee injury now and will ...
from Vavel.com by Pete Borkowski Stefan Edberg with Roger Federer and Grigor Dimitrov last year in Cincinnati With the former coach of Roger Federer now available, there are a handful of players who ...
... the best possible chance to be fit at the back end of the Grand Slam or avoid injury that way." Federer added that he rests more at this point in his career, which has helped prevent injury. In 2014, ...
... Halle, Cincinnati, Shanghai, and Basel and six runner-up finishes, including Wimbledon. At the ATP Finals year end championships Federer had to withdraw with a back injury from the title match against ...
... make efforts in order to cover the last mile. He has been one of the more consistent players over the last few years. With no major injury, he has been fairly regular in the last 16 and last 8 of the majors ...
... circuit for a longer period of time. “By staying healthy and injury free, you can stay in good shape,” Rosewall said. “He maintains his desire to play, because he loves to compete. For what he has achieved, ...
18. Tennis: The last days of a beautiful game
(Edberg experiences/Fan reports)
... Cup final match because of injury — there I was cheering for Sampras. His tennis had Edbergian elegance and the same pure backhand; he was also more successful. That helped since you were no longer in ...
... Wimbledon champion, Goran Ivanisevic. There was also Kei Nishikori, the injury-prone talent from Japan who reached the United States Open final and broke into the top five after adding the 1989 French ...
by Mauro Cappiello Roger Federer lost his first match in a Davis Cup final in straight sets against Gael Monfils. The Swiss was clearly struggling on court, limited by the back injury he suffered in ...
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