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"I think this has been my best week of tennis in a long time and I feel that I played the best match of my life on clay. I'm very satisfied" - Stefan Edberg on his victory in Madrid in 1993. Read the article

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from TennisBest translated into English by Mauro Cappiello On the eve of Wimbledon, we had the opportunity to hear the opinion of two-time champion Stefan Edberg, in collaboration with Sky Sports. According ...
from Bloomberg Just ahead of Wimbledon, Stefan Edberg was interviewed by the Bloomberg business news tv about the impact technology is having on today's tennis. The interview was inside a feature broadcast ...
... crown. Already today, they were spotted hitting on a side court at Wimbledon along with fellow former champion Lleyton Hewitt. Here are some pictures and a short video from the official Wimbledon Youtube ...
... In the blosson of the newly extended grasscourt season, with only a few days left to the start of the Championships, Becker launched the volume "Wimbledon: My Life and Career at the All England Club." ...
... Rafael Nadal who only failed once in ten years(!), says world number two who knows that there is a chance if his game is in place. - I think Roger can do it again. But the best chance he has is at Wimbledon, ...
Roger Federer easily won his first round match at the French Open against Colombian Alejandro Falla, the man who became famous in 2010 when he surprisingly went 2 sets up against the Swiss in Wimbledon ...
... the conversation. Firstly, when he talks about his first Wimbledon trophy in 2003, he says the Swede was an inspiration to reaching what he still considers the main landmark in his career. I saw Becker, ...
... commentator: as a coach, he was too ego-centric. His "twin", Joakim Nyström, former number 7 in singles and doubles champion at Wimbledon, was maybe too resigned, instead, coaching good, but not excellent ...
... titles (plus three in doubles), two at Wimbledon (both against Boris Becker), won the gold in the demonstration competition at the Olympic Games in 1984, was four times Davis Cup champion and 72 weeks ...
... the tournament, important details were released about the 2015 edition of the Championships at Wimbledon. The tournament will be played one week later than usual, due to the introduction of a new week ...
... of Federer's 2015 Brisbane final against Milos Raonic and a point of Stefan Edberg's famous Wimbledon 1990 final against Boris Becker. The clip highlights the similarities in the use of feet by both players ...
... but I have to deal with it again. And it is clear that the grasscourt season with Halle and Wimbledon is the highlight for me. Especially this year, when you can even put more priority on the grasscourt ...
... the No. 2-ranked Federer has not won a major title since 2012 at Wimbledon, the 17-time Grand Slam champion has won eight tournaments over the past three years. The Swiss believes he can continue playing ...
... last February 1st. Since Djokovic hired Becker in his team, he won two Grand Slam titles and an ATP Year-End Championship and came back to the top of the world ranking again after last year's Wimbledon. ...
195. No Kings of Tennis for Edberg
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... few years, will be there again for the 2015 edition, along with 1987 Wimbledon champion Pat Cash and Belgian Xavier Malisse. This year the event is one day shorter and has a new formula: no Round Robin, ...
... Halle, Cincinnati, Shanghai, and Basel and six runner-up finishes, including Wimbledon. At the ATP Finals year end championships Federer had to withdraw with a back injury from the title match against ...
... years after his last consecration at Wimbledon?" The main interested, who owns a record of eleven (11!) semifinals in Melbourne, strongly believes he can. Roger Federer talking to the media at the Australian ...
... stretch between Monte Carlo and Wimbledon? He would certainly want to be in the top 4, if not at No. 1, to have a reasonably easy draw leading up to the quarter-finals of the Majors. In Melbourne, it’s ...
... see, especially thanks to the Swiss' much better health; but, even though Federer went close at Wimbledon, the Slam has not arrived. The trial stage is natural, though, even and especially at 33, and this ...
by Mauro Cappiello Stefan Edberg and Roger Federer shake hands in Wimbledon last year Roger Federer had a conversation with Simon Häring of Swiss newspaper Blick on the New Year's eve. In his last interview ...