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"I think they should make slower balls. But one thing is for sure: it is important that the measures to be taken will not penalize serve and volley" - Stefan Edberg on the evolution of tennis. Read the interview

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1. Exhibition - Edberg vs Becker
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... Ian Wight said: "Boris Becker and Stefan Edberg have typified the very best of grass court tennis as the sport was in transition from wooden rackets to the modern power-play game. These two have been ...
2. Black Rock Masters
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... of venue for this week’s BlackRock Masters may own a top-of-the-range racket and, until the current economic situation took hold, possess the kind of disposable income to afford to best possible coaching. ...
3. Necker Cup 2013
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... take part in the tennis event and a handicapped scoring format makes it competitive for every player. Teams consist of one pro and up to two amateurs. The winning team in each bracket earns the chance ...
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... progress, but most of all about the reasons behind his 2014 renaissance after the last poor season. The Swiss gave credit to his new racket and... ...
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... his health and physical fitness, he quoted Stefan Edberg's work and the new racket as important changes behind the new trend. ...
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... and the racket he uses now. ...
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An interesting feature aired by CBS during the 1991 US Open puts together the opinions of some of the game's best players about the changes in racket frames and materials that opened to power tennis. While ...
... - to name a few. Many are also the juniors in the club who purchased Wilson rackets from Bengt. Bent Edberg pictured at the Västervik Tennis Club Finally some words from our club manager Anders ...
... Severin (Lüthi), without whom, let's remark it, I couldn't have done anything. He has changed racket by opting for a larger frame, a very smart decision. With his old model, he would have had no chance ...
... 1 Andy Murray with his vintage serve and volley game Pete Sampras at the 2002 U.S. Open was the last man to win a grand slam title coming in behind first and second serves. Since then, changes to racket ...
... will educate the children. He himself has not put the racket on the shelf. - I'll practice with my son (Christopher) tomorrow. Who is winning? - Haha... so far dad is winning, but it’s about to ...
... It was very interesting. It was funny to hear about his experience with Roger Federer, and how Federer is as a person, says Adam. Neither Adam or Albin were born before Stefan Edberg put his racket on ...
... Slam winner send to the first lucky prize winner? The racket with which he had won his Wimbledon title. It says a lot about Stefan Edberg as a person. ------------------------------------------ Completing ...
... in recent seasons can not be attributed to a mere change of racket, as much as a wider oval has undoubtedly helped him in missing fewer shots. The evidence has come in Basel, in the match against Nadal: ...
... in the biggest moments. The top-ranked Djokovic was 6 for 13 on break points; Federer was 4 of 23. "Surely I am very disappointed," Federer said. "I had my chances on my racket." Djokovic won 6-4, 5-7, ...
... coaches could be forgiven if at some point they suddenly leap from the player's box, commandeer rackets and shove their charges out of the way. Edberg and Becker are esteemed former Grand Slam champions ...
... nice to use them to serve sushi for dinner Has tennis changed a lot from the time you played? Very much, and for the better. The average level has risen, everything has improved: rackets, stadiums, sports ...
... the launch of the new Sony Smart Sensor. Federer is back to better shape thanks to the change of racket. Do you think he should have done it before? Would he have won more? It is not an easy question, ...
... is only at number 171. Will they return in vogue? Hard to say, as long as golf will be more popular than the racket. Meanwhile, the greats of yesterday's tennis were recycled as coaches. In 2001, the king ...
from Courier Mail.com.au by David Swan Tennis great and Roger Federer's coach Stefan Edberg was on hand to launch Wilson's new racquet range. The Internet of Things has promised to connect devices ...
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