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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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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 ...
Just before yesterday's US Open final, Stefan Edberg was invited to the Sky Sports Uk studio and analysed with Mark Petchey the evolution of Roger Federer's game in the last three years, giving his view ...
from Tennis.com NEW YORK (AP) Roger Federer wonders what might've been if only he'd converted any of those three break points in the last game of the U.S. Open final. The crowd roaring, Federer rolling, ...
All is ready for the 2015 US Open men's singles final between Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic (4 pm, New York time), with the Swiss trying to catch his beloved 18th Major title and first with Stefan ...
In a long interview in the Sky Sports Uk studio yesterday, Roger Federer said that, by now, he is not interested in following the footsteps of Stefan Edberg and start a career as a super coach, once ...
Asked by Sky Sports Uk, Boris Becker frankly showed he didn't appreciate Roger Federer's sneaky attack, the half-volley return the media have talked so much about during the North American summer swing. ...
from India Times.com by David Waldstein Federer has stirred curiosity on the tour since he unveiled an unusual return of service last month in a tournament in Cincinnati. Before returning an opponent's ...
from CNN by Ravi Ubha Roger Federer's coach, Stefan Edberg, was known as an attacking player during his day. Serving and volleying, as well as chipping and charging the net, helped the Swede amass six ...
Like at Wimbledon, Roger Federer decided to start his US Open tuneup very early, so he was seen training at Flushing Meadows already yeasterday, five days before the start of the last Major event of the ...