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"I suppose I kept my style through the years, I didn't try to be someone else. I suppose I'm a boring person, but that's a part of me" - Stefan Edberg on his personality. Read the article

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... Canadian Milos Raonic, who beat Sam Querrey in four sets, in a remake of the 2014 semifinal. In the video below, shared by the official Wimbledon Facebook account, Federer receives a deserved standing ...
... a classic serve and volley tennis in the '80s, the Swede Stefan Edberg is one of the rare athletes who can complain to have won an Olympic gold medal in one of the few editions where tennis was not yet ...
... Federer, the undisputed leader of this ranking, can't serve as a supporting motivation. Here's the complete ranking: 1 Roger Federer (142/20 - 87,7%) 2 John McEnroe (121/20 - 85,8%) 3 Bjorn Börg (61/11 ...
84. Sweden, knock if you are there
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... shop in which he sells the new shorts of Björn's clothing line. Here three thousand people a week play. "But only veterans, those born in the champions era. And Björn likes this reserved atmosphere. ...
... he had seen my match against Djokovic in Bercy and he wanted to bring Federer to play more serve & volley, as I did, to shorten rallies. Djokovic and Nadal are so physical and playing long rallies ...
... and let the serve&volley game speak to the world tennis venues. An image that initially earned him the epithet of dull, but gradually won more and more respect, especially in London, which became his ...
... all the time, maybe small things they can think of in their own tennis in the future. We've talked about how the serve is an important weapon, and that perhaps they should practice it more than they have ...
... is not more colorful now than he was off the tennis court at the time. But no one can take away from him the world number one he has been, as well as the aura of one of the last classic serve and volley ...
... into the 1988 tennis season with the help of the Irishman Matt Doyle as fitness coach. With his new serve and volley game, he surprised the tennis world and won the Australian Open, French Open and the ...
... my game, serve and volley, taking the forehand early, you know, using my backhand as a variation,» replied the Swiss. Roger disproved the suggestion that he would bring back the center of his game with ...
... not so talkative. He hasn't been in recent years, either. As a star in the spotlight in one of the world's largest sports, he managed to preserve his reclusive ways. Similarly, after the end of his career. ...
92. A triple wish for the new year
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... further, but also prevent that those old fans will lose trace of Stefan for a second time and give the long-standing  and young Federer fans even more reasons to recall him. Because he deserves it.  ...
... his childhood idol, did. He isn’t going to help add an element to his game, the way the the net-rushing Swede did; Ljubicic, despite being 6’4” and having one of the game’s best serves, was content to ...
... is clear that such an effort in terms of time and energy must have been a huge stress for the quite and reserved Stefan, who would have never imagined to get back on the stage until only a minute before ...
95. Edberg Honoured In London
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... the Emirates ATP Rankings in both singles and doubles. The serve-and-volleyer reached the final of all four Grand Slam events, winning six in total. He defeated nemesis Boris Becker to capture the 1989 ...
... this age, he would still be at number 1, if a robot from Serbia hadn't been around. view poll online survey software Attacking skills and an impressive serve had always been in the Swiss' arsenal, but ...
... within his bastion too – Wimbledon, where he has won seven times. At the US Open 2015 Federer was never threatened in his early matches. He did not drop a single set on his way to the final. He served ...
... 6-4, 6-4 in a match that followed a similar script to their Wimbledon final - Federer wins the second set but falls in four. His serve was shaky in the early going Sunday. Federer's coach, six-time Grand ...
... "My generation would have hit him on first serve. If he would have played McEnroe, Lendl or Connors or even me, we would have said, Roger, in all honesty, I like you very much, one more time, I go straight ...
... second serve, Federer, on a few occasions, darted forward to the edge of the service line and took the ball quickly with a little half­volley. [...] He began using it in practice. His coach, Stefan Edberg, ...