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"The problem today was that I lost the timing on my returns. I didn't hit enough returns to really make him play. I played three or four bad points, and that cost me the match" - Stefan Edberg on his defeat against Michael Stich in the 1991 Wimbledon semifinal. Read the article

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... says Edberg. It would appear that the "Västervik son" was a talent beyond the ordinary, and with his aggressive serve and volley style would take professional tennis by storm. "Quite early I got a lot ...
162. When a number one...
(News/Fedberg)
... know how the player will react on different situations.» For Patrick Mouratoglou, despite his reserves, there is a special relationship between all these legends: «They can talk the same language and shed ...
... coaching team, a rebooted serve and volley style, recovery from a back injury, and finally being used to his new racket are some of them. And the fact is he is the Roger Federer, may be the most important ...
164. Enqvist overhauls Edberg, he is the King of Stockholm
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... 3-3 in the second set, the one break of serve proving decisive in securing victory for the younger swede, his third of the week against former World No. 1s. "I’m super-happy to win this title," said Enqvist. ...
165. "It's incredible to have you here"
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... Enqvist. - He went a little too fast today. He played fantastically well, so there was not much I could do. I tried to mix up the game but it was not enough. He (Enqvist) deserved to win, said Edberg. ...
166. Edberg defeated Wilander: "He learned from Federer"
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... Wilander jokingly in the interview, according to SportExpressen.se. Wilander praised Edberg's serve, which he believes developed through training with the Swiss superstar. - I had to stand out on the right ...
... Wilander jokingly in the interview, according to SportExpressen.se. Wilander praised Edberg's serve, which he believes developed through training with the Swiss superstar. - I had to stand out on the right ...
168. "My serve? It's probably up in the bar with a beer..."
(News/Senior exhibitions and tournaments)
... for the final, I always do, says Edberg in the victory interview. He turned 48 but moves smoothly like a cat on a tennis court. But, more than physics, Stefan Edberg's effective serve-and-volley game ...
169. "I'm a dark horse"
(News/Interviews)
... it's close at the end, then you want to win. Is your beautiful backhand still as good? - Has it ever been pretty? Most of it works decently well, but if there's something that clicks, it is usually serve ...
... hit for a little more than an hour.I didn’t see them play any points but Edberg, 48, certainly looked like a respectable sparring partner. Towards the end, there was a little levity as Federer hit serves ...
... the perfect cocktail of slices and tops, angles and accelerations, net attacks and passings. Holds on defense, running here and there, shows off his first serve, hits with his forehand, but also with his ...
... as the match went on," said Federer. "I knew I was in a bit of trouble (after the first set) and not looking good at all, because he has a tendency to really run with it and play more freely on your serve. ...
... serve-and-volley skills versus Courier’s relentless and brawnier groundstokes. Nowadays, we refer to Courier types as “grinders.” Courier made short work of Mark Woodforde in the quarterfinals that day, ...
... Stefan has not changed much and most observers thought he looked well and were very pleased to see him. Severin Luthi and Stefan watch Roger practice ©Joanne Cox I was in the second row (of about eight) ...
... great volleyers, has encouraged Federer to get into the net more, but the Swiss points out that he has always been keen to move up the court. "I used serve-volley against Sampras in 2001 at Wimbledon," ...
... six minutes, he waves his hand and says resolutely to go on. For almost half an hour the former world number one explained his views and refuted the stereotype of the taciturn and reserved Swede. The six-time ...
177. «I can help Roger Federer»
(News/Fedberg)
... and now deserve some time off. With Roger, now I'll spend my free time. How will you evaluate the results of your work with Federer? Are you looking for improvements in his game? I want to be a part of ...
178. Edberg: «I'm lost!»
(News/Fedberg)
by Franck Ramella from L'Équipe translated into English by Mauro Cappiello It was a mess on court 17, reserved for training. Lot because Federer was there with Pierre-Hugues Herbert as a partner. And ...
... with Stefan on the Champions’ Tour. He admits that, if his career had coincided with the modern game, he wouldn’t have been able to serve-volley all the time. In the face of slow courts and ferocious top-spin, ...
... a little deeper the skeptical ones, being essentially two: 1) It's all about marketing. 2) It won't work, because Stefan's style is outdated, serve&volley can't be played today and Edberg has got no ...