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"Annette gives me a feeling of safety. This is extremely important for a sensitive person like me" - Stefan Edberg on his wife Annette Olsen. Read the article

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401. From the East with fury
(Old articles/Mix)
... seven days earlier, when he had already beaten the strong American in the first round in Sydney. In the semifinal against Edberg, Goran served 20 aces in total while the Swede was patiently waiting to ...
402. Life on the fairway
(Old articles/Mix)
from Serve & Volley photo report by Tommy Hindley Stefan Edberg and Ivan Lendl off court Golf is clearly one of the main methods of relaxation and professional tennis players often take to the fairways ...
403. Edberg, man anywhere
(Old articles/US Open)
... to serve with an assortment of rotations worth the archive of a museum of ballistics. In front of such a display of tactical variations, Courier has looked himself for a reasoned opposition, advances ...
404. Edberg up there on his cloud
(Old articles/US Open)
... the service was the key. Edberg didn't reach 39% of first serves in the first set. This explains the quality of his second serve against an opponent who knows how to return. Volley and smash were not far ...
405. One man show
(Old articles/US Open)
... played too well and Courier did what he could until he eventually got completely discouraged in the third set. Serves, returns, approaches, volleys, anticipations, everything was nothing but perfect for ...
406. Muscled Monica had no mercy
(Old articles/US Open)
... him four break-points. Always very concentrated, stuck on percentages of serve above 60, on very solid winning volleys, Edberg hastened toward the final, the first place in the ATP ranking and a deserved ...
from Tennis (issue of November 1991)  by Norman Zeitchick FLUSHING MEADOW, N.Y. In the end, it was Monica Seles' ferocious ground attack and Stefan Edberg's flawless serve and volley that prevailed. ...
408. Stich Ends Edberg's Wimbledon Reign
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
...  Stich, 22 a German who had risen to No. 6 from No. 42 in the rankings in six months, managed to humble Stefan Edberg even though he could never break his serve. He did it by gobbling up three tiebreakers, ...
409. It's a date - The fourth of July?
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
... his chances as high as Becker's or Edberg's, he can do some astounding things on the volley and no one can serve more aces. He'll believe he's got a shot at it, so then you just wonder how he'll fire when ...
... Edberg and Rosset returned Tuesday, with Edberg winning the first two sets and Rosset holding serve to start the third set. Then rain stopped the match. They did not get back on Centre Court Wednesday, ...
411. A Stand-up Guy
(Old articles/Mix)
... surely the blandest serve-and-volley player since the invention of movable type. Under a toneless winter sky, the man accused of sleepwalking his way to No. 1 wears a drab olive sweatshirt and faded jeans ...
412. Edberg, the damned
(Old articles/Australian Open)
... Lendl. To be "sure", the Swede made a double fault on the second. A nightmare! What black idea came across Stefan Edberg's mind when he served his second match point in the semi-final against Lendl? At ...
413. The legionary through to the final
(Old articles/Australian Open)
... observe that already in the first set Edberg had proved not to be in his best day, and that the waiting attitude of a mediocre Lendl had helped him to find his rythm and to lead the score. These excellent ...
... Australian Open final. The top-ranked Edberg lives by his serve, and today it deserted him as he fell, 6-4, 5-7, 3-6, 7-6, 6-4, to the two-time defending champion in just over four hours of center-court ...
415. Why Edberg never smiles
(Old articles/Mix)
... anyone. The linesman died because of the hit against the ground, not due to the violence of the ball coming off Stefan's serve. Any speculation on the weight or the speed of the balls, as you can also ...
... singles and doubles! Comparable to 1986, when he had won Sydney, Tokyo and Bercy in three weeks. But this time his body collapsed. So, honor to Stefan Edberg, who perfectly deserved his first title on ...
417. Unbeatable number two
(Old articles/Mix)
... serves speed often indicated more than 190 kms per hour when Becker served. Little Stefan was discouragingly imprecise and rarely overtook 170 kms per hour. But the rivalry between the two can't be ...
418. Edberg's unique accomplishment
(Old articles/Mix)
... throne in men's tennis is because of his serve. Instruction Editor Dennis Van der Meer claims that most of the students in his clinics ask about how to improve their serves, so he and Senior Editor Norman ...
419. Volkov's hit, Edberg out
(Old articles/US Open)
... the ball throw with the serve action. As we all know, the homes of brain inputs can't be changed so easily, and Volkov had to resign himself to spend many afternoons like any circus boy to work on two ...
... endorsement craze of professional sports. While rivals Boris Becker and Ivan Lendl have been pocketing low seven-figure dollars for rocketing serves with certain tennis rackets, Swede Edberg has been playing ...