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"Not only I have found determination, confidence and physical condition, but I also greatly improved my game. Now I serve much deeper and return quite well, and then I boosted the two basic weapons of modern tennis. So I am competitive again, and I convinced myself that I can sign at least one more Grand Slam before ending my career" - Stefan Edberg after his 1994 Stuttgart indoor title. Read the article

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161. Paris, just crazy
(Old articles/French Open)
An article from: La Repubblica by Gianni Clerici At Roland Garros the top two seeds out at the first round: Bruguera and Ivanisevic through Edberg and Becker knocked out, favourite needed. PARIS. This ...
162. I ♥ France
(Old articles/Mix)
...  Stefan Edberg might be number one before or after Roland Garros, or even later. Ambitious, but not in a hurry, Edberg loves what is more simple in life. And it is in France, in the region of Mougins, ...
163. Stefanello's fall
(Old articles/Mix)
An article from: La Repubblica by Gianni Clerici translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Juan Aguilera (photo contributed by Il Museo del Tennis) Monte Carlo, Aguilera gets back from his crisis ...
164. The seventh time
(Old articles/Masters Cup)
... horrible year For Stefan Edberg, the seventh is good. After six finals lost in the 1989 season, including Roland Garros and Wimbledon, he won the last New York Masters (which would move to Frankfurt, ...
165. Germany's youths, all strength and reason
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
... to only blame Edberg's faults for Becker success. This tennis 1989 is nice because it's various. Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, all had three different winners, Lendl, Chang, Becker. Edberg, ...
Duration: 03:17 Audio: English Description: Bud Collins interviews Stefan Edberg, Micheal Chang and two-time French Open champion Tony Trabert, after the 1989 Roland Garros final won in five sets ...
167. Michael, Stefan and that final...
(Old articles/French Open)
... only suitable to fast surfaces. The other to amaze the world and become the youngest ever winner of a Grand Slam tournament. On the Roland Garros Centre Court on June 11, 1989, history is to be written. ...
168. Baby Chang's thousand tricks
(Old articles/French Open)
An article from: La Repubblica  by Gianni Clerici The last Roland Garros is already in history: here's how Sanchez and the American Chinese puzzled world tennis. PARIS. (...) Little Michael Chang's ...
Duration: 58:32 Audio: French Description: Michael Chang defeats Stefan Edberg in the 1989 French Open final at Roland Garros. The Swede led two sets to one and was up a break in the fourth and fifth ...
170. French Open 1989 - Final ceremony
(Videos/Grand Slam)
Duration: 06:40 Audio: French Description: Michael Chang and Stefan Edberg awarded after their 1989 five set final at Roland Garros in Paris, won by the American. ...
171. Now everybody's waiting for Chang's miracle
(Old articles/French Open)
An article from: La Repubblica by Gianni Clerici Edberg is favorite PARIS. It's not that easy to risk a prediction on the men's singles final, after assisting to the surprising match between Arantxa ...
172. Chang's year
(Old articles/French Open)
from Tennis Magazine (issue of June 2004) translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Michael Chang and Ivan Lendl shake hands after their historic match in the fourth round of the 1989 Roland Garros ...
... was determined by the fact that he chose the moments to go forward better, but Edberg's higher aggressiveness allowed the Swede to hold the reins of the match. Becker didn't fail his Roland Garros exam. ...
174. Chang, never-ending wisdom
(Old articles/French Open)
An article from: La Repubblica by Gianni Clerici In Paris, the American defeats Chesnokov. In the other match a marathon: Becker misses too much But against Edberg it will be a very hard final PARIS. ...
175. Professors smashed
(Old articles/Davis Cup)
... refusal to play on clay. It's fair to remind that of the two, both poor claycourt players, Boris has at least reached a semifinal at the Roland Garros, while little Stefan has always been upset there. ...
176. A gift of backhand
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
... If Wilander had been a "survivor" at Roland Garros, Lendl then was a "living dead" on the lawn of Church Road. His path was arduous, chaotic... and courageous. In the second round, Cahill took him a set, ...
177. Lendl's dream has almost come true
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
... won at the Roland Garros proved he's the strongest on clay, those at the Us Open (two as well) that he's the strongest on hardcourt. He only needs to demonstrate he's the strongest on grass too. RESULTS: ...
178. 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 ...
179. An unfounded reputation
(Old articles/Australian Open)
... in the early days of July, at Wimbledon... Yet he is perfectly capable of playing everywhere, including at Roland Garros. Clay is certainly not his best surface, but he has already practiced in his teens, ...
180. The last fight
(Old articles/Australian Open)
from Tennis Magazine (issue of March 2002) translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Stefan Edberg just after the match point in the 1987 Australian Open final against Pat Cash It happened fifteen years ...