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"It will be quite interesting to follow tennis for the next few years to see what happens, because it's been quite predictable now for such a long period of time" - Stefan Edberg on top tennis after Andy Murray's Wimbledon triumph. Read the article

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1. Pourquoi Edberg ne sourit jamais
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A very rare article from the French magazine Voici by Clara Mallory reconstructing the 1983 line judge accident happened to Stefan Edberg at the junior US Open. Dick Wertheim, 61, tried to avoid one of ...
2. Pourquoi Edberg ne sourit jamais
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A very rare article from the French magazine Voici by Clara Mallory reconstructing the 1983 line judge accident happened to Stefan Edberg at the junior US Open. Dick Wertheim, 61, tried to avoid one of ...
3. Pourquoi Edberg ne sourit jamais
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A very rare article from the French magazine Voici by Clara Mallory reconstructing the 1983 line judge accident happened to Stefan Edberg at the junior US Open. Dick Wertheim, 61, tried to avoid one of ...
4. Pourquoi Edberg ne sourit jamais
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A very rare article from the French magazine Voici by Clara Mallory reconstructing the 1983 line judge accident happened to Stefan Edberg at the junior US Open. Dick Wertheim, 61, tried to avoid one of ...
5. Pourquoi Edberg ne sourit jamais
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A very rare article from the French magazine Voici by Clara Mallory reconstructing the 1983 line judge accident happened to Stefan Edberg at the junior US Open. Dick Wertheim, 61, tried to avoid one of ...
6. Pourquoi Edberg ne sourit jamais
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A very rare article from the French magazine Voici by Clara Mallory reconstructing the 1983 line judge accident happened to Stefan Edberg at the junior US Open. Dick Wertheim, 61, tried to avoid one of ...
7. Pourquoi Edberg ne sourit jamais
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A very rare article from the French magazine Voici by Clara Mallory reconstructing the 1983 line judge accident happened to Stefan Edberg at the junior US Open. Dick Wertheim, 61, tried to avoid one of ...
8. Pourquoi Edberg ne sourit jamais
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A very rare article from the French magazine Voici by Clara Mallory reconstructing the 1983 line judge accident happened to Stefan Edberg at the junior US Open. Dick Wertheim, 61, tried to avoid one of ...
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In the last Grand Slam event of his career, Stefan Edberg faces Tim Henman in the fourth round. Lost the first set, he reaches the tie-break in the second. On the score of 5-2, he plays this unbeliavable ...
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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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At the start of his 1994 Indian Wells semifinal against Pete Sampras, Stefan Edberg gets a triple chance of an early break thanks to two wonderful passing shots in the same game. This is the second, with ...
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On the match point of the 1994 Stuttgart indoor final against Goran Ivanisevic, Stefan Edberg plays a great running forehand down the line, the best way to end a very well played final and win the last ...
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Stefan Edberg saves a match point in the 1993 Australian Open final against Jim Courier with a perfect attack and a forehand volley almost on the line.
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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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Stefan Edberg gains the opportunity to serve for the match against Ivan Lendl in the semifinal of the 1989 Masters at the Madison Square Garden in New York with this fantastic backhand down the line.
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In the first game of the semifinal of the 1989 Seiko Open in Tokyo against Aaron Krickstein, Stefan Edberg ends a 32-shot point with a super backhand down the line.
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In the prosecution of the 1988 Wimbledon final against Boris Becker, Stefan Edberg is in top form and flies towards his first success at the Championships. In this rally, played at the very start of the ...
... judges were losing interest. Pickard takes up the story: "It was a match point. He served and it was at least nine inches long. The umpire looked to the baseline judge for the call, but he was turned round ...
... then put on a little show in the match against Edberg, railing against the line judges, finally acted as coach for the young players in an open to the crowd training camp the Arab organized on centre court. ...
20. Why Edberg never smiles
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... line judge accident happened in September 1983 (not November, as written in the article) at the US Open. I don't particularly like either the title or the content, trying to connect Stefan's shy and discreet ...
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