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"I'm lost here! I came back this morning, and many things have changed since the last time I was here in 1996. I do not really recognize any of the stadiums. But I'm glad to be here" - Stefan Edberg about coming back to Melbourne, 18 years after his last appearance at the Australian Open as a player. Read the interview

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1. Scandic Challenge
(EventList / Tournaments and exhibitions / Scandic Challenge)
... eventful days in Gothenburg where every profit goes to investments into Swedish youth tennis. The match has a long tradition and takes place the 11th time this year. The coaches require revenge after ...
... But now portly, suffering with painful ankles, the twice-married, 49-year-old, Cuban-cigar lover Becker is a victim of his Sybaritic lifestyle and poor investments. Yet Stefan Edberg's story is strikingly ...
... trend as well; this time through investment company Case. Case just won the Best Swedish Corporate Bond Fund 2017 in Morningstar's annual Fund Awards, which recognizes the industry's best performers ...
... a fortune of around 1 billion. Case was founded in 2004 and has experienced a strong growth in recent years, largely thanks to the company's stable, secure and value conservation investment philosophy. ...
5. Shooting from the lip
(News/Fedberg)
... He was just disinterested in celebrity. His newspaper of choice was the Financial Times as he liked to keep personal tabs on his investments. In London, he never felt the need to own a car. He lived with ...
... backhand volley at the 1994 Australian Open After the end of his career, Stefan Edberg skillfully worked to manage his wealth. He has a private investment company that in 2011, according to Idrottens Affärer  ...
... I worked in the financial business, I have an investment company. This is a job I can do traveling as well. I was also involved in property transactions, but now I have someone who takes care of that. ...
8. And now, Federer-Edberg!
(News/Fedberg)
... the end of his career, Edberg was enjoying co-managing his investment (a bit) and spending time with his family (a lot), avoiding watching tennis on TV. A peaceful life, as always, far away from Boris ...
... business, investments, life. If I had a personal problem, I could tell him. He was like a second Dad to me."  ...
... «Installation takes a six-figure amount and the license itself costs a six-figure sum for each year. It's a big investment», says Carl-Axel Hageskog. Yuval Bar Yosef, product developer of Play Sight, has ...
11. "I didn't envy Boris"
(News/Interviews)
... I had a lot less pressure. What do you do today if you do not play tennis? I am a partner in an investment firm, I bought a property, follow the financial markets. Currently, I am very glad that we ...
12. Edberg: from dream to reality
(News/Interviews)
... we follow what Edberg is doing day by day. Performances, activities... currently he is co-owner of an investment company». Following this section, there is also a photo gallery in which all (or most) of ...
13. Champions once, champions forever
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... that they still dominate the court. Edberg, who works today as an investment advisor, prefers a much more defensive strategy than earlier on the tennis, when, after his serve, he often rushed to the net, ...
14. World class in Manavgat, the Wilson Senior Open
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... is Chang"?, Edberg joked when asked about the French Open final lost against Michael Chang in 1989. Edberg said that he is now working in investment banking, living with his family on a private farm in ...
15. "My first time in Turkey"
(News/Interviews)
... only one match”, said Edberg. He is known to be the partner of a financial company and to have made investments on real estate sector. When asked if he is taking his kids to watch tennis live: “Sometimes ...
from Investment Europe.net by Jonathan Boyd Former tennis star Stefan Edberg and other co-owners of Sweden's Case Asset Management have been hit by a foul call after it was revealed the manager may have ...
... energy for heating. Compared with traditional construction, passive building technology in this case will mean annual savings of around 300 000 kWh, equivalent to normal usage at 16 houses.Investment costs ...
... professional Stefan Edberg works in his own financial management company. In this interview with “The Investment” he explains why investing money is much more different than playing tennis. How did it ...
... earned more than $20 million during his tennis career, now manages most of his wealth himself and is a part-owner and board member of Stockholm-based investment company Case Asset Management, which ...
... have had a fast run recently so people might start taking profits there and moving into sectors such as telecoms. Tell me more about your property investments. I live on a country property, which I bought ...
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