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"The problem today was that I lost the timing on my returns. I didn't hit enough returns to really make him play. I played three or four bad points, and that cost me the match" - Stefan Edberg on his defeat against Michael Stich in the 1991 Wimbledon semifinal. Read the article

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Stefan Edberg and Anders Jarryd back together for the Legends Doubles in Båstad, a senior exhibition featuring eight teams made up of former Swedish glories. In the first match, Stefan and Anders, champions ...
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In the Legend Doubles event at the 2013 Swedish Open in Båstad, Stefan Edberg and Anders Järryd win the 3rd place match beating Jonas Björkman and Magnus Gustafsson at the long tie-break. The video ...
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Stefan Edberg takes part in the opening of the Climate Arena in Växjö, the first tennis hall built with passive house technologies and almost completely made in wood. The six-time Grand Slam champion, ...
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At the 16th passive house conference in Hannover, Stefan Edberg was interviewed on his low environmental impact tennis hall project in Växjö. The arena, that will be the first internationally certified ...
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A documentary by the All England Lawn Tennis Club on Stefan Edberg's outstanding career at the Championships in Wimbledon. Focus is on the three consecutive finals he played against Boris Becker, but also ...
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After three glorious years with three consecutive finals against Boris Becker between 1988 and 1990, Stefan Edberg's decline affects his Wimbledon performances: in 1991 he goes out against Michael Stich ...
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Highlights of the 1995 Qatar Open final between Stefan Edberg and Magnus Larsson, won by the Swede in straight sets, 7-6, 6-1. It was Stefan's 41st and last career ATP singles title. TV report by Elena ...
... Jonas Bjorkman, Robin Soderling and Magnus Norman to international success. ­ “There is no coach in Sweden who can sit and say that we are doing great, because we are not. We have more full­time coaches ...
9. Sweden, knock if you are there
(News/General news)
... Magnus Norman led Swiss Wawrinka to two Major wins. Tillström coaches Frenchman Monfils.  Thomas Johansson states that "the Federation should have their own academy," invokes a new welfare for sports. ...
... behind many of the big players' development there is a Swedish coach. When Roger Federer started his cooperation with Stefan Edberg his tennis has reborn. With Magnus Norman, eternal promise Stanislas ...
... Before derailing on Stan Wawrinka and Daniela Hantuchova. More successful, as a coach, has been Magnus Norman, who won in Rome, reached the final at the Roland Garros and the world number 2 in 2000. He ...
... court play, a solid serve and a good slice shot.  He should be a name to watch in the future; let’s hope so for the sake of Swedish tennis and the Good to Great Academy, where Ymer trains with Magnus Norman, ...
... was not coached by a former Grand Slam singles finalist. Wawrinka made his breakthrough at the Australian Open under Magnus Norman, a French Open finalist once ranked No. 2. Djokovic won Wimbledon again ...
from USA Today by Douglas Robson Stefan Edberg, Bjorn Borg and Mats Wilander before an exhibition in Stockholm in 2000 WIMBLEDON, England -- No player left a bigger impression on Wimbledon in the emerging ...
from DN.se by Nils Palmgren translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Stefan Edberg and Magnus Norman at the Australian Open last January (picture contributed by Joanne Cox) Formerly the Center Court ...
... Lendl, Stanislas Wawrinka with Magnus Norman, Djokovic with Becker, you are getting advice from Edberg. Is this the new trend in tennis that you join the stars of the eighties and nineties? I can only ...
... Robin Söderling 5. Thomas Johansson 6. Thomas Enqvist 7. Sven Davidson 8. Jonas Björkman 9. Anders Järryd 10. Magnus Norman 11. Joakim Nyström 12. Mikael Pernfors 13. Kent Carlsson 14. Magnus Gustafsson ...
... and small matches, and not necessarily because he is disturbed by external circumstances. Therefore, I think a coach like Magnus Norman would have suited him better. Well then. To begin with, we can allow ...
... the '80s and '90s dusted off as coaches of current top-10 players doesn't only concern Lendl, Edberg and Becker: the union between Wawrinka and Magnus Norman, former world number 2, will continue next ...
20. The new wave of coaches
(News/Fedberg)
... others got back on track. Magnus Norman did well immediately with Stanislas Wawrinka, Juan Carlos Ferrero collaborated with his friend Nicholas Almagro during the South American tour of 2013, Gaston Gaudio ...
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