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"Nobody does it these days, so there is hardly any variation in the style of play. I would love to see players serve & volley more. It's a very sad aspect of the game that the art has vanished" - Stefan Edberg on the disappearing of attacking play style. Read the article

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... him a rough time as evidenced by a lop-sided head to head of 23-10 in Nadal’s favour. 13 of those 23 victories for Nadal have come on clay, his favourite surface, but on quick surfaces like those in Wimbledon ...
... paying,» added the Swede. «Until the end, he was closer to Djokovic here than he was at Wimbledon and this is really positive," insists his coach Severin Lüthi, whose biggest regret is "the first set missed" ...
... 6-4, 6-4 in a match that followed a similar script to their Wimbledon final - Federer wins the second set but falls in four. His serve was shaky in the early going Sunday. Federer's coach, six-time Grand ...
... Federer's game plan seemed to destabilize Mayer: He hit seven double faults and made 31 unforced errors. Those half-volley returns, Federer said, started in practice after Wimbledon and he was urged to ...
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 ...
... the duo will have an early preparation to the last Major of the season, like in Wimbledon, where Edberg arrived on the Wednesday before the start of the tournament. (mc)  ...
We all know Stefan Edberg wasn't with Roger Federer last week in Cincinnati. Nevertheless, many though the Swede was inside Federer, as the seven-time Wimbledon champion conquered his 7th crown in Ohio ...
from Tennis Now Despite the fact that Stefan Edberg has been taking time off with family during the Swiss maestro’s post-Wimbledon training block, World No. 2 Roger Federer says that having the Swedish ...
from The Challenge (Arnesen-Tennis) by Jonas Arnesen translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Elias Ymer with Roger Federer and Stefan Edberg after a Wimbledon practice session (picture opencourt.ca) ...
by Mauro Cappiello STE…fans celebrates its 14th anniversary today and like last year we didn’t receive the gift of seeing Stefan Edberg win another Wimbledon trophy, as Roger Federer’s coach, but we ...
by Mauro Cappiello Stefan Edberg with Mikael Ymer, winner of the 2014 scholarship awarded by the SE Foundation In some years from now, Sweden will recall the 2015 edition of Wimbledon not only for the ...
172. Edberg: It's not over yet
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from Tennis Today by Mike Donovan Stefan Edberg  remains convinced Roger Federer can still create Wimbledon history. Federer, just short of his 34th birthday, was unable to seal a record eighth title ...
from Daily Mail by Nick Purewal Stefan Edberg believes Roger Federer can still claim a record eighth Wimbledon title despite his second consecutive defeat in the All England Club final. Federer became ...
Stefan Edberg watching the final next to Federer's wife Mirka Vavrinec Novak Djokovic beat Roger Federer in the Wimbledon final for the second successive year, winning in four sets 7-6, 6-7, 6-4, 6-3 ...
from Espn.com by Peter Bodo LONDON -- When Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer meet in Sunday's Wimbledon final, it will be just one of the rivalries rekindled on Centre Court. A short lob from where top-seeded ...
from Srf.ch translated into English by Mauro Cappiello On Sunday there's the Wimbledon showdown between Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic. For Stefan Edberg is the second Grand Slam final as a coach ...
from SvT.se by Gustav Sveidquist and Johan Ejeborg translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Stefan Edberg interviewed by SvT after the Wimbledon semifinal between Roger Federer and Andy Murray Roger ...
... (yesterday we celebrated the thirtieth anniversary since the 17 year old German wunderkind’s thriumph in 1985) whom he beat in two memorable editions of Wimbledon ('88 and ‘90), that were so beautiful, ...
from ATP World Tour.com With a four-set win over Sam Groth in the third round, Roger Federer is well-positioned to challenge for his eighth Wimbledon title. Going all the way at the All England Club this ...
... fans around the world. Some quotes from the interview On Wimbledon: "For me it's the most special tournament with the biggest tradition. It is wonderful to be a part of its history. And to come back here ...