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"I won five matches and the title, which is most important of all. But I also gained a lot of confidence and worked on improving my serve and my game in general" - Stefan Edberg after his victory in Washington in 1994. Read the article

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Stefan Edberg is interviewed by the BBC in Wimbledon in June 28th, 2012, during a break on the Centre Court schedule. Stefan was in Wimbledon with his former coach Tony Pickard, following all the second ...
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Stefan Edberg and his former coach Tony Pickard enjoy the second round match between Federer and Fognini in Wimbledon, sitting in the Royal Box of the Centre Court, right behind Roger's parents. John McEnroe, ...
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A documentary by the All England Lawn Tennis Club on Stefan Edberg's outstanding career at the Championships in Wimbledon. Focus is on the three consecutive finals he played against Boris Becker, but also ...
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In March 14th, 2012, Stefan Edberg was interviewed by Johar Bendjelloul of Sveriges Television in a 25 minute special released during the first edition of the Kings of Tennis. This is the longest interview ...
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Stefan Edberg is interviewed during his visit at a Tennis Warehouse shop in France in May 2010. He recalls his win against Mecir at 1988 Wimbledon and his outstanding run at the 1992 US Open, talks about ...
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... was a London resident (from 1984 to 2000), made his forecast about the ongoing Wimbledon edition and explained a little about his current life and... ...
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... In 1983, Rino was watching Stefan play and lose 8-6 in the fifth set against Henrik Sundstrom in Wimbledon second round. After that match, the... ...
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Stefan Edberg's elegant gestures on the grass of the Championships
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After three glorious years with three consecutive finals against Boris Becker between 1988 and 1990, Stefan Edberg's decline affects his Wimbledon performances: in 1991 he goes out against Michael Stich ...
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... at the first round of Wimbledon. Stefan turns the match around in the second set tie-break and, at the start of the fourth, right... ...
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... like in 1988, when he lost to the German in the final of the London event, but then, three weeks later, won the Wimbledon final. Entire match (plus... ...
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In a thrilling third set tie-break, Stefan Edberg defeats Wimbledon champion and World n.1 Pete Sampras in the semifinal of the Thriftway Championship in Cincinnati in 1993. The Swede was down one set ...
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In the 1991 Wimbledon semifinal, one of the strangest matches Stefan Edberg played in his entire career, the Swede is in great shape, even though he will end up losing without ever dropping his serve. ...
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Stefan Edberg beats John McEnroe in straight sets in the fourth round on the 1991 edition of the Championships in Wimbledon.  ...
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... since Wimbledon, defeating the man who had denied him the French Open final the year before.  ...
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The legendary backhand lob played by Stefan Edberg on the break point of 4-4 in the fifth set of the 1990 Wimbledon final against Boris Becker. The slow motion of the shot is commented by Stefan himself ...
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Stefan Edberg wins 1990 Wimbledon title beating Lendl in the semifinal and Becker in the final. A summary of his run, including statements from Edberg's and Becker's press conferences and Tony Pickard's ...
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Stefan Edberg vs Amos Mansdorf in Wimbledon 1990. Edberg breaks to lead 8-7 in the fifth set  ...
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In the twelfth game of the 1989 Wimbledon semifinal between Stefan Edberg and John McEnroe, the Swede foces the American to a double stretch to reach two lobs, before passing him with a crosscourt backhand. ...
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Boris Becker beats Stefan Edberg in the final of 1989 Wimbledon. ...