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"I'll play as long as I'm still willing to work this much, to do all these sacrifices" - Stefan Edberg on leaving tennis. Read the article

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Fantastic attack and defence of the net by Stefan Edberg in the last points of his 1993 Madrid Open final against Sergi Bruguera.
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Stefan Edberg beats Sergi Bruguera in the final of the 1993 Madrid Open. Here's the championship point with commentary by Rino Tommasi and Ubaldo Scanagatta.
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Stefan Edberg and Petr Korda win their first doubles title together, beating Paul Haarhuis and Mark Koevermans at the third set tie-break in the final of the 1993 Monte Carlo Volvo Open. A short clip with ...
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Stefan Edberg saves a match point in the 1993 Australian Open final against Jim Courier with a perfect attack and a forehand volley almost on the line.
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In the first set of the 1993 Australian Open final against Jim Courier, Stefan Edberg is down 2-5 and finds himself in trouble in the eighth game, when he has to save three consecutive set points on his ...
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Forehand half volley on the stretch, lob backhand volley and smash after bounce for Stefan Edberg to go up 7-6, 5-2 against Pete Sampras, in the 1993 Australian Open semifinal.
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Highlights of the 1992 US Open final at Flushing Meadows between Stefan Edberg ad Pete Sampras. The Swede won in four sets. It was his sixth and last Grand Slam singles trophy. ...
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1992: En route to the men's singles title, Stefan Edberg outlasts Michael Chang, 6-7, 7-5, 7-6, 5-7, 6-4, in the longest recorded match in US Open history (5 hrs., 26 mins.)  ...
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A great display of attacking tennis by Stefan Edberg, as he is serving for the second set in his quarter final against Ivan Lendl in the 1992 US Open at Flushing Meadows. His backhand volley dies right ...
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In the fourth set of his US Open 1992 quarter final against Ivan Lendl, Stefan Edberg reaches three consecutive match points in the fourth set playing this beautiful running backhand at the end of a difensive ...
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Stefan Edberg wins his first title of 1992 and his second claycourt tournament in his career beating Michael Stich in the final of the Panasonic German Open in Hamburg 5-7, 6-4, 6-1. Here's the championship ...
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In the last game of the 1992 Eurocard Open final against Goran Ivanisevic, Stefan Edberg plays the shot of the match. After a good backhand volley by his opponent, he still finds the energy and the coordination ...
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Enjoy some images from the 1991 US Open, an edition that will always be remembered for the amazing run of 39-year-old Jimmy Connors. At min. 2:29, an incredible shot played by Stefan Edberg against Michael ...
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With a crazy overhead, Stefan Edberg saves a crucial break point when serving for the second set of the 1991 US Open final against Jim Courier. ...
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Stefan Edberg wins his first US Open title, beating Jim Courier in the 1991 final with a clear 6-2, 6-4, 6-0. Watch the match point, the Swede's celebrations with Annette, Tony Pickard and his corner ...
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A funny moment during the 1991 US Open semifinal between Stefan Edberg and Ivan Lendl. Ivan plays a shot from behind the back and a few minutes later the Swede imitates him doing the same sort of play. ...
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An interesting feature aired by CBS during the 1991 US Open puts together the opinions of some of the game's best players about the changes in racket frames and materials that opened to power tennis. While ...
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Wonderful display of all court tennis by Stefan Edberg in the 1991 Australian Open semifinal against Ivan Lendl: he anticipates the cross-court backhand and stretches on the forehand volley to end the ...
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In the fourth set of his 1991 semifinal against Ivan Lendl, Stefan Edberg shows how to take the net following a sliced backhand. Even one of the top forehand passers in the history of the game has no
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In the fourth round of the 1991 Australian Open, Stefan Edberg gives Jim Courier a display of how to defend the net. Here's the backhand volley that gives him a match point in the fifth set.