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"My serve has always been the key to my game, and last year it did not work as it should have, so I decided to take care of it. I wanted to find the fluency of action and impact that I need, and now it is much better than two months ago. I think I'm on the right way" - Stefan Edberg after winning Doha at the start of 1994. Read the interview

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41. Edberg beats Cash in first Black Rock Masters match
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... Cash rolled back the years to fight out a compelling encounter on the opening day of the BlackRock Masters, which the Swede ultimately won 6-4, 6-3. Two of the game’s great serve and volleyers squared ...
42. Edberg Wins In Champions Series Debut In Dubai
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... 6-3, 6-2 in his opening round-robin match at the Emirates NBD The Legends “Rock” Dubai. Jim Courier joined Edberg in the winner’s circle Thursday, defeating Paul Haarhuis of the Netherlands 7-6 (7), ...
... lost the opening set to Becker in the final before rallying to win in four sets. “I knew I had a chance and I was down and out against Mecir in the semifinals but coming back to win that match gave ...
44. A walk down Davis Cup memory lane
(Old articles/Davis Cup)
... Sweden’s bid for the 1996 Davis Cup opposite Cedric Pioline, the French No.1. An equally exciting match-up would follow this opening battle between Sweden’s No. 1 Thomas Enqvist and Arnaud Boetsch. It ...
45. Classic tie: Sweden 2-3 France, 1996
(Old articles/Davis Cup)
... was a French team that had performed heroics in the semifinals against Italy to overcome a surprise 2-0 deficit from the opening day. They entered the tie as underdogs but boasted a dangerous team comprising ...
46. Edberg: 71 minutes, $87,500
(Old articles/Mix)
... good players this week, and didn't expect to go this far at the beginning of the week". Both players had trouble with their service, with the serving player losing the opening point in 10 straight games ...
... crowd's acclaim for Edberg and did not bother to complain. "The thing that I did really well today was return," Edberg said, "and I was volleying unbelievably well." One volley in the opening game of the ...
... "I couldn't close it out in the tie breaker, and after that he kind of ran through the second set." Right from the opening game of the match, the 26-year-old Edberg seemed to serve notice to Washington, ...
... himself to victory. "I don't mind opening up my chest and showing my heart," said Connors. "That's what tennis is all about." Heart was definitely the issue for defending champion Pete Sampras, who seemed ...
50. A Stand-up Guy
(Old articles/Mix)
... admirer of Edberg. "I play positional chess. He plays positional tennis." But while Karpov is a defensive specialist who probes for openings, building his game move by move, Edberg is a slashing attacker. ...
... to play a fifth set." You have to move quickly when you play Agassi, and I was a little bit slow Edberg won the opening game of the fourth set at deuce to extend his run to seven games. Agassi held at ...
52. Edberg beats Cash and the cramps
(Old articles/Australian Open)
... that it jammed in a match poisoned by much controversy. Yesterday Cash began with three double faults in the opening game, but after Edberg had risen to 3-1, he had a good moment, in which he scored nine ...
53. Edberg rings the number
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
... Armstrong. Even then it was not past Becker to get back into the match. But Edberg never gave him the opening ... He played with tremendous control in his service games and continued to make life miserable ...
... injured veteran Tomas Smid in yesterday's first singles match. Smid, who had lost the opening singles Friday in straight sets to Edberg, injured his ankle during the morning practice. It was the most ...
55. Is Cash enough for the Davis?
(Old articles/Davis Cup)
... Edberg, instead. Cash didn't leave him a set in the opening match. One all between Australia and Sweden, and, if tonight it's already over, the doubles match, played too late to be reported, will have ...
56. Edberg & Navratilova win in a wild 1985 finale
(Old articles/Australian Open)
...  card in this stacked deck, though, was world No. 5 Boris Becker. The tournament organizers were given an awful fright when the Wimbledon champion was bundled out in the opening round by Michiel Schapers, ...
... won key points with hard returns to Fleming's ankles, shots that the 6-foot-5-inch American had trouble with throughout. The Swedes won the closely fought opening set by breaking Fleming at 5-6. Nearly ...
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