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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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Stefan Edberg was presented with an International Tennis Hall of Fame ring by Christopher Clouser, Chairman of the International Tennis Hall of Fame and Museum and Todd Martin, the CEO of the International ...
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During a Centre Court ceremony at the Rexall Centre on Tuesday August 5th, Stefan Edberg was elected into the Rogers Cup Hall of Fame. In his speech he praised the organization of the tournament, explained ...
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Stefan Edberg and Filip Bergevi teamed up together for the doubles tournament at the BNP Paribas Zurich Open. They were interviewed after their quarter final match by Eli Weinsten of http://www.wearetennis.com. ...
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... in a semifinal ended with 6 points more than his opponent and never losing his serve; in 1992 an epic five-set battle in the quarter final against... ...
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Down 4-1 in the first set of his last Grand Slam match, the US Open 1996 quarter final against Goran Ivanisevic, Stefan Edberg gives a demostration of his all court tennis, with this winning serve, forehand ...
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Perfect serve and backhand volley scheme for Stefan Edberg in the early games of the 1994 Monte Carlo semifinal against Sergi Bruguera. ...
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... serve. The rally in the clip happens on the score of 30-40. Stefan follows his serve to the net and, on Courier's crosscourt backhand passing, he... ...
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In the 1991 Wimbledon semifinal, one of the strangest matches Stefan Edberg played in his entire career, the Swede is in great shape, even though he will end up losing without ever dropping his serve. ...
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Stefan Edberg gains the opportunity to serve for the match against Ivan Lendl in the semifinal of the 1989 Masters at the Madison Square Garden in New York with this fantastic backhand down the line. ...
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At the start of the second set of the 1988 Queen's Club final, Stefan Edberg ends a serve and volley action with a miraculous reflex at the net that allows him to reach a crosscourt forehand passing by ...
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In the second part of this Japanese documentary on Stefan Edberg's tennis we find a focus on his movement and strategy in the return games. Stefan also tells a funny detail about the first day he ...
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This video, part of a footage dedicated to the analysis of Stefan Edberg's tennis technique, was released in Japan in 1987 and is based on Stefan's appearance at the Tokyo outdoor Suntory Japan Open Tennis ...
... he was playing serve&volley at the beginning of his career, like you. When you see how he has evolved his tennis to become an "all-court" player, do you have any regrets to not have had the same evolution, ...
by Mauro Cappiello A few years ago, Stefan Edberg used to regret the disappearing of serve and volley in every interview. Coaches and analysts answered smiling and shrugging their shoulders in disbelief, ...
... holding Roger's trophy You REALLY deserved it coach !!! Thank you for EVERYTHING !!! pic.twitter.com/NXTeYvSkly — Rogiii #18 (@micikeyn) 16 luglio 2017 Stefan Edberg to Roger: "You ...
76. Stefan Edberg: The King Of Returns
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from ATP World Tour.com by Craig O'Shannessy Infosys ATP Beyond the Numbers proves the Swede was more than a serve-volley expert in his stellar 1991 season Stefan Edberg was a masterful server. ...
... for a ball or two, so one feels that he deserved it. What’s most impressive is that he came back as a 35 years old after six months off from tennis, and he shouldn’t have done, but I thought if there’s ...
... Murray on Sunday. Zverev's stunning upset of the top seed in the fourth round of the Australian Open was indeed a throwback to the days of the 1980s, when sticking to the baseline was something reserved ...
...  “I remember it being such a big deal for me to qualify for the first time [in 1985],” said Edberg. “You have to deserve to be here and play so well throughout the whole season. It was great to play in ...
from The Sydney Morning Herald by Linda Pearce After more than two decades, the distinctive Australian Open logo has made its last centre court appearance, with the so-called "serving man" set to ...