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"I think I just sort of stuck to being myself. Maybe I wasn't looking like the happiest person on two legs out there, but I think over the years maybe they appreciated what I did and what I stood for..." - Stefan Edberg on his way of life. Read the interview

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Stefan Edberg wins the 1st edition of the BNP Paribas Zurich Open, a new European stage of the ATP Champions Tour, beating Goran Ivanisevic in the final. The Zurich Open is the first ever ATP Champions ...
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Stefan Edberg will join seven other former tennis stars from Tuesday 9th to Saturday 13th March at the Sallsporthalle of Zurich for the first edition of the local stage of the ATP Champions Tour. Along ...
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Stefan Edberg beats Yannick Noah in the third place final of the senior tournament played in Budapest, Hungary, in 2009. Thanks Rita Sudár for contributing the video.
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Stefan Edberg talked about his current life, having success in professional tennis and the present of the sport (referring to the Federer-Nadal rivalry) in this exclusive interview released for the ATP ...
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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 Todi for the local ATP challenger of 2008, Italian Tv commentator and columnist Rino Tommasi and tennis manager Cino Marchese tell the crowd the famous story that links the journalist to Stefan Edberg. ...
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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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On July 11th, 2004, Stefan Edberg officially became a member of Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, along with Steffi Graf and Dorothy Cheney. This is his induction speech, filmed live and kindly contributed ...
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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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An ironical Stefan Edberg leaves the tennis world.
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Stefan Edberg loses in straight sets to Niklas Kulti in the first round of 1996 Stockholm Open. It's his last match on the ATP Tour. Some highlights, including the celebrations for his retirement from ...
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Down 4-1 in the first set of his last Grand Slam match, the US Open 1996 quarter final against Goran Ivanisevic, Stefan Edberg gives a demostration of his all court tennis, with this winning serve, forehand ...
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At the 1996 US Open, Stefan Edberg meets one of the last players with his same game style. Tim Henman is the young hope of British tennis, but he has already beaten French Open champion Yevgeny Kafelnikov ...
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In the revenge match of the 1989 French Open final against Michael Chang, Stefan Edberg loses the first set but plays some of his best tennis in the other three. At the beginning of the third set, he ends ...
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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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Rino Tommasi runs through and comments the highlights of Stefan Edberg's career a few days after his announcement to retire from professional tennis.
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In the Round Robin match between Stefan Edberg and Pete Sampras at the 1994 ATP Finals in Frankfurt, the level of play raises to top tennis during the third set. In the fourth game, Edberg closes a rare ...
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A great display of attacking tennis by Stefan Edberg, as he is serving for the second set in his quarter final against Ivan Lendl in the 1992 US Open at Flushing Meadows. His backhand volley dies right ...
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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, ...