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"I think every person will experience moments like this. For 15 years I've been pursuing the tennis world, and have experienced all the bitter and the sweet. I will always remember you" - Stefan Edberg on leaving tennis. Read the article

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61. Courier defeats Edberg in L. A. match
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
Jim Courier beat Stefan Edberg in the Los Angeles exhibition held last night with the tight score of 4-6 6-4 11-9. It was the second straight senior victory by Courier on Stefan, after the one in Dubai ...
62. L. A.: Edberg, Courier, Chang to play in Legends matches
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
from The Sports Campus.com by Arjun Wadhwa Three former LA Tennis Open champions - Stefan Edberg, Jim Courier and Michael Chang, will return to the LA Tennis Center to take part in featured legends ...
... EDBERG: Yes, it is. It was actually a great experience. Actually, I went to three Olympics, being in Los Angeles, as well, back in 1984. It was a very different experience because I was staying in the ...
from Göteborgs Posten by Tobias Österberg translated into English by Markus Zacharski Stockholm. He’s one of the greatest throughout the years on the tennis court. From Stockholm Open Stefan Edberg ...
65. Final step before going mad
(Old articles/Mix)
... Lendl (222). But Edberg is ranked number one player in junior and senior combined. In addition, he completed his collection of victories by winning the Olympic gold medal in Los Angeles, 1984. Apparently ...
from Los Angeles Times by Julie Cart Edberg and Moya shake hands after the match What figured to be Stefan Edberg's farewell to the French Open became a farewell to a young Spanish clay-court specialist ...
From Los Angeles Times  by Julie Cart A few thoughts on the announcement by Stefan Edberg that he will retire after next season: - The sport will miss his playing style more than it knows. Edberg is ...
68. Edberg Has Another Happy Birthday
(Old articles/Australian Open)
Stefan Edberg cuts his birthday cake in the Australian Open press room, after his victory on Adrian Voinea from Los Angeles Times  by Julie Cart MELBOURNE, Australia — In what has become a traditional ...
from Los Angeles Times by Elliott Almond PARIS — Between them, they have played in 30 Grand Slam event finals. They have been part of tennis' elite for so long, they have come to symbolize the game. ...
70. Martin, Sampras Will Play All-American Final
(Old articles/Australian Open)
from Los Angeles Times (AP) MELBOURNE, Australia — Todd Martin undermined Stefan Edberg's serve-and-volley game today, winning three tiebreakers to set up an all-American final at the Australian Open. ...
71. Survival of the Fittest
(Old articles/US Open)
... Seles 6-4, 6-2 in the Virginia Slims of Los Angeles four weeks earlier. Capriati and Navratilova, however, were stunned in the third and second rounds, respectively. Those losses helped explain why ...
from Los Angeles Times.com Stefan Edberg and Boris Becker during the trophy ceremony after their Stockholm indoor 1991 final Boris Becker ended a nine-month title drought Sunday, outlasting Stefan Edberg ...
73. One man show
(Old articles/US Open)
... his form again, winning in Los Angeles and Indianapolis. His tennis was less effective than last year, but, with a little motivation, he could have threatened more Jim Courier, who, until then, had never ...
from Los Angeles Times by Julie Cart INDIAN WELLS — There is something to be said for the quiet, if not the meek, among us. There is a serene beauty in the subtle and--as of Sunday--a reward for the ...
75. Stefan's desert
(Old articles/Mix)
... in the desert of Southern California (200 miles from Los Angeles, you can get there with a half hour flight on a 15-seat plane). The billionaires who reside there are countless, and according to tradition ...
from Los Angeles Times by Thomas Bonk NEW YORK — For years, people have wondered if there is anybody in tennis more boring than Stefan Edberg. The answer is probably not. Sure, like Bjorn Borg and ...
77. Edberg Overcomes Lendl at Tokyo
(Old articles/Mix)
from Los Angeles Times Stefan Edberg isn't laying claim to the No. 1 spot in the world just yet, but he may be closing in. Edberg, ranked No. 2, overpowered top-ranked Ivan Lendl of Czechoslovakia, 6-7, ...
78. Upsets in Paris: Edberg, Mandlikova Ousted
(Old articles/French Open)
from Los Angeles Times PARIS — Eric Winogradsky fooled everyone except himself. Winogradsky, who had never faced anyone in the top 50, upset third-seeded Stefan Edberg of Sweden, 7-6, 7-6, 7-5, Wednesday ...
... from Los Angeles Times Second-seeded Boris Becker of West Germany proved there's more to his game than a big serve Sunday as he defeated fourth-seeded Stefan Edberg of Sweden, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3, to win the ...
... great partnership with an identical score. Challenger Takes Edberg to Limit Before Swede Wins the Swiss Open from Los Angeles Times Top-seeded Stefan Edberg of Sweden defeated unseeded Roland Stadler ...