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"I've always been used to keeping it all inside but it was only tactics, because, as when you play poker, you have to show as little as possible to your opponent, you don't have to bring your weaknesses out and exploit his. For me, the perfect example of how to be on a tennis court is Chang" - Stefan Edberg on his on court attitude. Read the interview

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... investment strategy. Edberg was known in tennis for his attacking serve-and-volley style, but says his approach to investing is rather different. 'I was very aggressive on the tennis court, I had a ...
... bring home the money as a man. How do you earn your money now? I already established an investment company with the help of an asset manager when I was a professional player. Beside this I’m the owner ...
... to be good. I usually do not give tips, but it is interesting with corporate bonds. It is a good investment with low risk, an alternative to bank account, I usually say. The stock market gets worse ...
...  Tennis is only a small part of my life. Although, I try to play three times a week and I also take part of a few tournaments on the Champions Tour, but that’s all. I take care of my investment company ...
... sea front with eight beaches within walking distance. With a total investment of €100million, of which €70 million have already been invested, the resort will be opening in stages, with the hotel expected ...
... tennis courts in 1996. You lead a quiet life, do not appear much in public. What do you do? “Tennis is now only a small part of my life. I am co-owner of an investment company, at home in Sweden I also ...
27. Edberg loses to Rusedski in tight second match
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... his investments in financial markets and property. How has he been faring during the credit crunch? "I think everybody's had a hard time, but I'm pretty conservative," he said. "We're doing a lot better ...
... matches. It's also nice to see (Novak) Djokovic playing well and up there." Today, the 42-year-old Edberg is a part-owner and board member of the Swedish investment company Case Assets Management, ...
... did before and they get paid pretty well aswell so it’s like a job. Question: Stefan, what do you actually do with your days? Are you an investment manager or something? Edberg: Well, I’ll give you ...
30. Stefan Edberg returns to play Tim Henman
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... up to these days, and that suits me just fine," he said, with a hint of a snigger. "I've always been a little bit private. Let's just say that I'm keeping pretty busy. I have an investment company, ...
31. Trust Edberg's advise in finance!
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...  Finally, he rounds off with Broström. "The company is making big investments in Asia and all their ships have a double hull. Ships with a single hull are on their way to die out." That Stefan ...
... he unveils his investment strategy. Stefan Edberg brought in 20 million dollars during his career 1982-1996 and is devoted to manage his increasing stock portfolio about 20 hour a week. Motto is: long-range ...
33. Much money takes much time
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from Svd.se by Anna Asker translated into English by Markus Zacharski Stefan Edberg earned a good 150 million crowns during his time as a tennis professional. In addition there are incomes from sponsor ...
... been ten years since he put away his tennis shoes. Today he is a stockbroker, albeit moderate and careful. He claims to be satisfied with a yearly growth of 7-15 percent of his investments. But he ...
35. Johansson beat Edberg in Scandic Challenge
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...  Björkman got to know. Scandic Challenge was played in a new format with many short matches this year. Every player took part idealisticly and the whole surplus of 500 000 SEK goes to investments  ...
36. Scandic Challenge is approaching
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... 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 ...
... you often should buy from. And vice versa. Your worst investment? - There are things that have become a bankrupt but such things happen. When I take such a risk it's more like a lottery ticket. How ...
... he and I own a capital investment company. We have a fund on offer which especially aims on athletes who want to prevent for the time after their career as professional. It is important to work with ...
... sport. He is involved in the ATP tour’s If Stockholm Open, where Intrum Justitia is one of the main sponsors. He also sees a further link to tennis in his investment firm’s results-based activities: “If ...
40. Lord of Tennis
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