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"I understand players like to play according to their strenghts, but just for changing it a little, they should approach the net. I'm sure their chances would increase" - Stefan Edberg on the disappearing of attacking play style. Read the article

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141. Edberg, the pain and the dream
(Old articles/Mix)
... give myself one or two more years," he had said in 1993. A year or two for what? To win the Roland Garros, of course, the only Grand Slam title missing from his crown. At 28, the two-time Wimbledon champion ...
... team. Alami has passed three qualifying rounds in Doha, is an old acquaintance of Andrea Gaudenzi, who beat him in the semifinals of the under 18 Roland Garros in 1990. Youness El Ayanoui is his stronger ...
143. Paris, oh dear one
(Old articles/Mix)
from Matchball (issue of January 20th, 1994)  by Stefano Semeraro translated into English by Mauro Cappiello After ending a nine month long drought, «daddy» Edberg wants a Grand Slam title for 1994. ...
144. Champion of style
(Old articles/Mix)
... ironically on clay, the surface with whom he has been struggling throughout his career, even when he was at the top. The challenge to the red dust, the assault on the Roland Garros trophy, the only major ...
145. Edberg collapses and boosts Becker
(Old articles/US Open)
...  The service decline by Rino Tommasi NEW YORK. What had happened three years ago at the Roland Garros almost repeated itself on Thursday night at Flushing Meadows. Back then, it happened on Tuesday, ...
146. Emilie Victoria, pretty as a queen
(Old articles/Mix)
... and in Monte Carlo in the semi-final by Sergi Bruguera. Will he keep this progression up to the Roland Garros?  ...
147. Edberg Derailed by Medvedev
(Old articles/French Open)
from New York Times by Robin Finn Stefan Edberg referred to himself as being on the right track here at the French Open, where all he needed was the title in order to become the first man to collect ...
Duration: 18:24 Audio: Italian Description: Stefan Edberg comes from a break down in the fourth set to beat Aaron Krickstein in the second round of the 1993 Roland Garros. Commentary by Rino Tommasi ...
... the Chamartín TC without dropping a single set and with the belief of being on the right way to win this year the only Grand Slam still missing in his record: the Roland Garros. The world number three's ...
... best week on this surface, " said the excited champion on the Chamartin Centre Court. "If I play like I did here in Madrid I have got no doubt about my chances of winning the Roland Garros, my goal for ...
... was in the 1990 Roland Garros, when he defeated him in the first round in three sets (6-4, 6-2, 6-1). The three losses suffered against the Swede have occurred on the hard of Indian Wells and carpets ...
152. The Iron Man against the world
(Old articles/US Open)
... the return to top after a roller-coaster year started by a stray against Courier in the Australian Open final, followed by earlier defeats at Roland Garros (third round against Cherkasov), Wimbledon (in ...
153. The Easter grooms
(Old articles/Mix)
... since Stefan is scheduled to get back to the courts on May 4th for the German Open in Hamburg, where he starts his preparation for the Roland Garros, the only Grand Slam title missing in his record. The ...
154. Courier despite Edberg
(Old articles/Australian Open)
from Tennis Magazine (issue of March 2007) translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Jim Courier and Stefan Edberg shake hands after their 1992 Australian Open final "Reading the press, I had the ...
155. Edberg, man anywhere
(Old articles/US Open)
... only infallibly take it, but will also end up flattening it. For twice, this year, Stefan Edberg had faced him, and for twice he had had to suffer, not only in the Roland Garros defeat, but also in ...
156. One man show
(Old articles/US Open)
... in Melbourne and Courier at the Roland Garros. Revenge, then, against a tournament in which he had never succeeded, his best performances remaining two semifinals in 1986 and 1987. At Flushing Meadows ...
157. It's a date - The fourth of July?
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
... So many more players have the ammunition to do serious damage on clay at Roland Garros and on Deco-Turf at Flushing Meadows. The community is much more closed at the All England Club. Few would debate ...
158. Today's Edberg is a strange World N.1
(Old articles/French Open)
...  Andreino Agassi, but we had never seen so many tennis players ready to give up, to wave a white flag with a dollar printed in the middle. In the stadium named after the aviator and walker Roland Garros ...
... first round, he eliminated an injured Leconte.  Then he beat Gomez in three sets. The Roland Garros champion, it's true, had suffered five straight first round defeats since the month of August. At the ...
160. The child of fortune
(Old articles/Mix)
... young Swede Flinders Park in Melbourne, Roland Garros in Paris, and the grass of Wimbledon became universities. Today he climbed up to the top. He overcame Lendl in the ATP ranking. He is also leader in ...