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"Once you've been a champion here, you should leave like one. You belong to this club once you've won here, so it's not like I'm leaving forever" - Stefan Edberg after his defeat to Mikael Tillstrom in his last match at Wimbledon in 1996. Read the article

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... southern Sweden. They returned there in 2000 after a spell in Kensington, London, where he often travelled around the capital by Tube. Stefan and Annette are now living in the central part of Vaxjo — ...
... at the Fiera Milano venue from November 7th to 11th for the title of best junior of the year. The news was given yesterday in a media conference in London, during the ATP World Tour Finals, by ATP World ...
from ATP World Tour.com Stefan Edberg in action during his 1989 New York Masters final against Boris Becker Stefan Edberg will make a welcome return to The O2 in London next week as part of the ATP’s ...
... a student of the European School of Economics in London in 2013. For the school, she wrote an essay about the Ready Play Tennis Academy, run by Stefan Edberg in Växjö, along with Magnus Larsson and Carl-Axel ...
... 1992. It was on clay, it was never my surface." His medals are still in the box from his last moving. "I went away from London 14 years ago and my trophies are still in a box. Maybe it sounds weird. ...
... says Stefan Edberg, describing the world financial situation as exciting, but uncertain. Moving back to Sweden was the best thing we've done, especially for our children. London is certainly the best ...
... and let the serve&volley game speak to the world tennis venues. An image that initially earned him the epithet of dull, but gradually won more and more respect, especially in London, which became his ...
... and 2015 season ended with Stefan Edberg and Roger Federer together in London at the O2 Arena for the ATP World Tour Finals. Their presence gave tournament organizers the opportunity to put up very special ...
Former Wimbledon referee and supervisor Alan Mills officially retired from tennis this month, with a ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall during the London stage of the ATP Champions Tour. On that occasion, ...
... 8 (one was a walk-over in last year’s London final); These already outstanding results would have surely been even better, hadn’t Novak Djokovic played two amazing seasons, losing just 14 matches ...
71. Edberg Honoured In London
(News/General news)
... Barclays ATP World Tour Finals and finished runner-up to Andre Agassi the following year. The London resident is now in the midst of a successful second career in tennis, coaching World No. 3 Roger Federer, ...
In a packed O2 Arena, Roger Federer started his run at the ATP World Tour Finals yesterday night, defeating Czech Tomas Berdych in straight sets with the score of 6-4, 6-2. Right after the match, his ...
... as he picked his 11th Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award (the 5th in a row). We know he could celebrate this trophies with Stefan Edberg himself. The Swede is already in London, where he will follow his ...
... 3 Major finals (he hadn't played two in the same year since 2009), 9 finals in the 1000 events, including the one not played in London last year, of which three won. A Davis Cup and 12 titles won, bringing ...
from Sport Klub.rs by Svetozar Janičić translated into English by Mauro Cappiello The Asian swing and then the final Masters in London. Novak Djokovic is by far the first in the rankings, has won three ...
... and the O2 arena at London Federer has dominated their clashes. At the Monte Carlo Masters this year Federer, against Gael Monfils, was up a break in the first set, but he went on to lose the set 6-4. ...
77. Edberg: It's not over yet
(News/Fedberg)
... when he lost on Sunday in the final to Novak Djokovic for the second year in a row. But his coach Edberg, 49 and in situ since December 2013, believes his charge can rule London SW19 once more. Edberg ...
... the oldest man to reach a Wimbledon final since 1974 on Sunday, but lost London's showpiece battle to Novak Djokovic for the second year in succession. Less than a month away from turning 34, the 17-time ...
from Espn.com by Peter Bodo LONDON -- When Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer meet in Sunday's Wimbledon final, it will be just one of the rivalries rekindled on Centre Court. A short lob from where top-seeded ...
... Stefan Edberg. - I've been with him for two years and it is perhaps the best I've seen, but he played like at the London Masters. Right now he plays really good and that's what he needs to do, said Edberg ...