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"People always want autographs, I just wonder what they do with them. When I was 11, Jens and Erwin Velasquez, the world freestyle Frisbee champions, came to Vastervik to play an exhibition, and I waited in line for their autographs. Actually, I've still got them" - Stefan Edberg on tennis fans. Read the article

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... childhood idol of Federer’s and one of the greatest serve-and-volleyers of all time, gets almost no credit at all. He doesn’t do press. Federer downplays Edberg’s role, and that’s just fine with Stefan. ...
... greatest matches of all time, but it surely deserves a place among them. But then Edberg was a genius in a number of ways, not least of which was his ability to duck the limelight. He won six Grand Slam ...
Roger Federer's choice of improving his serve&volley game is also evident from how he selects his hitting partners. Last Tuesday, just as he arrived in Cincinnati, the Swiss had a practice session with ...
... tie-break especially thanks to a wonderful serve & volley display that reminded of his coach Stefan Edberg at his best. According to the official stats provided by the ATP World Tour, at the end of ...
... his level of serve & volley style..." by Roger Federer I started serve and volleying myself when I was younger thanks to people like Stefan Edberg, as he was a great inspiration for me, was actually ...
... on the giant screen, regretting he wasn't able to reach his idol's level of serve & volley style. In other video messages, Thomas Johansson explained what Stefan meant for Swedish tennis, along with ...
... many years ago, and obviously I was quite astonished the way he served at that particular time. I saw he had potential at the time many years ago.  But obviously I have been following him more closely ...
... pleased to honour the impressive legacy of the athletes and talent that have made a mark on the Rogers Cup courts, and are delighted they are getting the recognition they deserve.” Rogers Cup presented ...
... of the great serve-and-volley players of all time, and he constantly has Federer thinking about closing in and finishing off points at the net" - Brad Gilbert "The fact he's appointed Stefan Edberg as ...
... (@stefanstennis) July 6, 2014[PHOTO] #Djokovic up 3-2 on serve in 1st set of #Wimbledon2014 Final #Federer #Edberg pic.twitter.com/u2dmBWG5iM — STE...fans (@stefanstennis) July 6, 2014[PHOTO] #Federer's ...
... stylistic influence Edberg has had on Federer and Becker on Djokovic in the brief times they have been partnered, a celebration of the serve-and-volley tennis played by the retired Wimbledon champions ...
... He also talked about the changes of the grass and the rebounds that he experienced hitting with Federer during their practice sessions and about how hard serve and volley is for a tennis player today. ...
... influence obvious to the casual eye. Federer has not suddenly become an instinctive serve-volleyer since hooking up with Edberg. You will not see Djokovic working on backhand drills with Becker - all his ...
... in all he has conceded just 23 games in that trio of matches. Before Edberg became part of Team Federer, the Swiss former world No1 also admitted plans to return to the serve-and-volley aspect of his game ...
155. Shooting from the lip
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... and I am sure he has at least one more Grand Slam title within reach. I don't want to make a serve-and-volleyer out of him, because times have changed from when we played. But Roger has to play in a more ...
... tennis center in Bastad. Still, there might be something in the reserved, nose-to-the-ground Scandinavian character that is an added calling card. "Probably pretty low-key, working pretty hard, pretty ...
from Interia.pl by Tomasz Dobiecki  translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Swede Stefan Edberg, Roger Federer's current coach, deplores the fact that tennis is becoming more defensive, and serve&volley ...
... discussion. I think it's good that he seeks help, he gets the opportunity to let others influence him" With an aggressive serve-and-volley game - not different from Stefan Edberg's own, covering all the ...
... world from the baseline. They are too good. He should use the weapons that he has got. He has a good serve, a good forehand and is good at the net. You yourself are a great idol for Federer. Is this a ...
... Glass during a light practice session. The ‘smart eyeware’ tracks their unique points of view, from the serve and rally through to the handshake at the net and autograph signing. "It was really fun shooting ...