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"I played a near-perfect match. It was one of those days when you feel hardly anything can go wrong" - Stefan Edberg after the Stuttgart indoor 1994 final against Goran Ivanisevic. Read the article

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Stefan Edberg interviewed by So You Tv the day before his third place final at the Trophée Lagardère in Paris in 2009.  ...
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Stefan Edberg is interviewed at L'Équipe du Matin by sports journalist Mary Patrux just after his loss to Michael Chang at the 2009 Lagardère Trophy in Paris, a re-match played twenty years after their ...
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In July 2009, Stefan Edberg was at the Los Angeles Open for two exhibitions against Jim Courier and Michael Chang. He was interviewed by http://www.tenniszonepodcast.com and talked especially about tennis ...
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In June 2009, Stefan Edberg was a special guest at the Esporta Chiswick Riverside Club in London during a Wilson event and met the visitors and members of the club. He talked about the old days, when he ...
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Stefan was interviewed in Bastad on July 13, 2007 by Swedish site hd.se English translation ----------------------- Edberg: "I am here and watching a bit of tennis, it's a fantastic week to be here ...
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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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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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Journalist Ivana Vaccari interviewed Stefan Edberg for Italian National Television just after his quarter final defeat against Richard Krajicek in the 1996 edition of the Internazionali d'Italia in Rome. ...
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A standing ovation at Foro Italico in Rome after Stefan Edberg's last appearance at the Internazionali d'Italia. After losing his quarter final match against Richard Krajicek in the 1996 edition, Stefan ...
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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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In an interview by Eurosport released at the end of his career, Stefan Edberg talks about his three times at the Olympics, recalling his gold medal at Los Angeles 1984, when tennis was a demostration sport, ...
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... in an interview contained in a special on his career broadcast after his retirement in 1996.  ...
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The day after beating Boris Becker to win his first Wimbledon title, a very shy Stefan Edberg has his round of press interviews. Here's an excerpt from a Sport Thames News report. ...
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Boston Globe columnist Bud Collins interviews Stefan Edberg and Boris Becker immediately after the 1988 Wimbledon final won by the Swede.  ...
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A short interview with Stefan Edberg broadcasted during his final at the 1985 US National Indoor Championships against Yannick Noah. A shy Stefan talks about his early and recent successes at the Los ...
from Tennis Magazine by Benjamin Badinter, Rémi Bourrieres and Stephanie Tortorici translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Stefan Edberg on the cover page of Tennis Magazine (issue 502/October ...
... for the big ones," said Stefan from Mumbai, during his recent visit to India, interviewed by Rediff.com Federer is currently playing the Indian Wells 1000 event and has already announced he will not ...
from Mumbai Live by Akhil Gangan Stefan Edberg during one of the interviews he had a the Times of India Sports Awards Mumbai. Former World No.1 and Tennis legend Stefan Edberg was in Mumbai for the ...
119. "I am a happy person"
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from RP Online by Gianni Costa translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Six Grand Slam titles, two Olympic medals and numerous individual successes: Stefan Edberg (52) has achieved almost everything ...
by Mauro Cappiello A few years ago, Stefan Edberg used to regret the disappearing of serve and volley in every interview. Coaches and analysts answered smiling and shrugging their shoulders in disbelief, ...