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"Whether I end up number 100 in the world or number two or three, this will be it" - Stefan Edberg on retiring at the end of 1996. Read the article

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1. Edberg to present Australian Open trophy
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... his 80 career titles. Edberg continues to work in tandem with Severin Luthi, the Swiss Davis Cup coach. As a player, the cool net-rusher won six major titles from 11 finals, five of them in Melbourne. ...
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A funny moment you may have missed during the final of the last US Open. As Roger Federer levels up the score against Novak Djokovic, his team explodes in a standing ovation, and the traditionally ice-cold ...
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In a Tennis Channel interview by Justin Gimelstob following a third round straight-set win against Jack Sock, Roger Federer explained why he wasn't joined either by Stefan Edberg or Severin Lüthi for the ...
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Roger Federer beats Milos Raonic in the 2014 Wimbledon semifinal. Match point and corner reaction with hand shake between Stefan Edberg and Severin Lüthi.
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Eurosport's expert analyst Mats Wilander met Roger Federer for an exclusive interview broadcast in the last issue of his tv magazine Mats Point. Roger talked about his schedule, Davis Cup, Stan Wawrinka's ...
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At the start of the fourth round match at the Australian Open between Roger Federer and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga a camera had been placed just beside Federer's box, but his wife Mirka and coaches Severin Lüthi ...
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Here's how Stefan Edberg lived his first match as Roger Federer's coach in the stands. In this video we have captured all the times he was caught by the TV cameras during the Swiss' first round at the ...
... coach and friend, Severin Luthi. A decade ago, José Higueras was briefly brought on to counsel Federer, but apparently had trouble finding his niche on the team. And while another coach, Paul Annacone, ...
Roger Federer asked Stefan Edberg to remain his coach for another year, but Stefan refused to extend the contract to come back to his business and family commitments. This behind-the-scene was revealed ...
by Mauro Cappiello With this beautiful picture of them together, yesterday Roger Federer paid tribute to Stefan Edberg, his coach for the last two years Stefan Edberg will no longer be Roger Federer’s ...
... two Grand Slams in that period. He still continues to work with a psychiatrist to understand his thought process, reactions and emotions on court better. Federer’s coaches – Stefan Edberg and Severin Luthi ...
Swiss website Le Matin.ch reported Stefan Edberg’s and Severin Luthi’s impressions after the US Open final that their protégé Roger Federer lost in four sets to Novak Djokovic. In spite of two losses ...
... continue by his other coach, Severin Luthi. "Happily I was able to use it today," Federer said in an on-court interview. "I enjoy it and hope I can keep it up. "When you lose a point it's a bit ridiculous ...
... and confidant Severin Luthi is still the man. "He hasn't done this buildup block," Federer said of Edberg. "Just after Wimbledon he was home with his family, so I did everything with Severin. Usually the ...
from Bluewin.ch video interview by Olivier Borer for Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Stefan Edberg gave one of his rare interviews in "Sport lounge" - alternating ...
In a Tennis Channel interview by Justin Gimelstob following a third round straight-set win against Jack Sock, Roger Federer explained why he wasn't joined either by Stefan Edberg or Severin Lüthi for ...
... after a hiccup in dropping a set to unheralded Australian John Millman, Roger won his quarter final (James Duckworth), semi (Grigor Dimitrov) and final (Milos Raonic) playing majestic tennis. Severin Luthi, ...
from RTS.ch by Stéphane Altyzer  translated into English by Mauro Cappiello The question on everyone's lips at the Australian Open is: "Can Roger Federer win an 18th Grand Slam title, two and a half ...
by Mauro Cappiello Stefan Edberg watches Roger Federer practice at the Australian Open Stefan Edberg arrived yesterday in Melbourne to follow Roger Federer in the first Grand Slam event of the year at ...
20. The Swede and the Swiss
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from Tennis Head (issue of January 2015) by Paul Newman Purchase the entire issue (paper or digital edition)» With the Davis Cup added to the list of honours won by Roger Federer, Paul Newman reflects ...
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