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"My serve has always been the key to my game, and last year it did not work as it should have, so I decided to take care of it. I wanted to find the fluency of action and impact that I need, and now it is much better than two months ago. I think I'm on the right way" - Stefan Edberg after winning Doha at the start of 1994. Read the interview

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from SvD.se translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Stefan Edberg and Roger Federer during the 2006 French Open final ceremony Roger Federer wants to get back to the top with Stefan Edberg's help. SvD ...
from Svd.se by Jonas Arnesen Translated into English by Mauro Cappiello In the spring of 1983, the Swedish Davis Cup team began the amazing journey that brought to seven straight finals. This weekend ...
3. Enqvist, 38, Sweden's top player
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from Svd.se by Jonas Arnesen Could Thomas Enqvist still be the hardest Swede to beat in 2012? Who is Sweden's best tennis player now? According to the ranking, the answer is Patrik Rosenholm. But ...
... Thanks sodra.com, igpassivhus.se, aftonbladet.se, unisport.com, rockwool.se, svd.se (m.c.)  ...
from Svd.se by Jonas Arnesen translated into English by Mauro Cappiello with Google translator Former world champion Stefan Edberg calls for more diversity in today's tennis. «A little more serve and ...
from Svd.se by Anna Asker translated into English by Markus Zacharski Stefan Edberg earned a good 150 million crowns during his time as a tennis professional. In addition there are incomes from sponsor ...
from Svd.se by Jonas Arnesen Reported by Valerie Camps and translated into English by Markus Zacharski Stefan Edberg hasn't played a tournament match since he quit in 1996. But now it can be time ...