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"It will be quite interesting to follow tennis for the next few years to see what happens, because it's been quite predictable now for such a long period of time" - Stefan Edberg on top tennis after Andy Murray's Wimbledon triumph. Read the article

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... only for clay courts. "It was really impressive to watch," Pat Cash, who won Wimbledon in 1987, told reporters on Monday. "To see a guy serve-volley on second serve and beat the world number one, who ...
142. The 1996 US Open draw controversy
(Old articles/US Open)
... on Thursday remade the men's draw for the U.S. Open. Two-time champion Stefan Edberg, originally drawn to face Jim Courier, still got a tough first-round foe--Wimbledon champion Richard Krajicek. "That ...
... just six singles events played. Even though the 7-time Wimbledon champion has stated several times that he still wants to be on the Tour for more years, what his supporters fear the most is that this ...
A super Roger Federer staged the umpteenth incredible performance of his Wimbledon career to come back from the verge of defeat and beat Marin Cilic 6-7(4), 4-6, 6-3, 7-6(9), 6-3 in the quarter final ...
Even if Stefan Edberg watched Roger Federer's 4th round match at Wimbledon from his box this doesn't mean he's again part of his coaching team. Roger Federer himself confirmed it in a media conference ...
Stefan Edberg came back to Roger Federer's box today to watch the Swiss move to the quarter finals at Wimbledon with an easy straight-set win over American Steve Johnson. Last year after the end of ...
... changed a lot in the last 30 years." Edberg won 41 career titles, including six Grand Slams. "At the time, the Games were not as important as Wimbledon or the US Open. If you ask people today, the Grand ...
by Mauro Cappiello With the start of the Championships at Wimbledon only 10 days away, Tennis Magazine came up with a graphic video ranking of the top ten grasscourt players in the Open Era. Rankings ...
149. Sweden, knock if you are there
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... thirty-nine-year-old Robert Lindstedt found some consolation with foreign partners: three Wimbledon finals, a title in Australia. In the doubles  Jonas Björkman was a sublime performer, nine Slams between ...
... Wimbledon champion Pat Cash, Stefan of course shared some tennis memories with a crowd of high-tech enthusiasts. Below some pictures from the event, that also featured a rock concert with Carlos ...
... hometown as a 18-year-old and where he met Boris Becker in the Wimbledon final for three years in a row (1988-1990). He won two of them and the Londoners adopted that same shy Swede. In Sweden he won the ...
... specialists. - Wimbledon titles are the top glory moment, but I managed to become one of the best players in the world, says Edberg. He is on the spot as a special guest of a gathering of Swedish juniors, ...
... Småland ruled the world. The talents of that era now explain the recipe behind the "miracle year 1988". Stefan Edberg, Wimbledon 1988 champion - It was quite unique, says Stefan Edberg. A chapter in ...
... well known. But actually, Stefan has also a large part in the prize. After one of his Wimbledon victories, I asked Stefan if he could give some small autographed thing - the idea was a few balls or a signed ...
... Edberg supporting Roger Federer from his box during Wimbledon finals Two years with Stefan Edberg in his corner have not been enough to give Roger Federer the 18th Major he has been chasing since ...
Former Wimbledon referee and supervisor Alan Mills officially retired from tennis this month, with a ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall during the London stage of the ATP Champions Tour. On that occasion, ...
... some of the top players will change coaches during the next season. If any of them want Stefan Edberg in their team they will therefore be disappointed. Rather then by a place in the spotlight at Wimbledon, ...
by Steve Tignor from Tennis.com Stefan Edberg with Roger Federer and Ivan Ljubicic last year at Wimbledon Out with Fedberg, in with... Ljuberer? According to Roger Federer, that’s where he’s heading ...
... Major title that has been Roger’s obsession since he took his last Wimbledon crown in 2012. But even without it, never in the history of tennis a guy well in his thirties has showed this kind of consistency ...
... the pressure of the expectations of an entire nation, Becker abused sleeping pills for five years in his professional career and this addiction, in his words, influenced the result of his 1990 Wimbledon ...