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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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... I followed him as closely as I could and like you say,in those days it was not as easy as it is now. Even the finals of Wimbledon '90, I remember, was interrupted because they had to telecast the news, ...
... are true and, actually, I was not thinking of them deserving a nominee for this year, but for the past years. For example, you will remember how Roddick lost the 2009 Wimbledon final. Yet, after the match ...
... Friends Box at Wimbledon when you were still dating; she always looked so fabulous & you make a beautiful couple & you have a beautiful family! Many happy returns on your special day & enjoy Stefan!! ...
I love reading old, Edberg articles. His loss to Stich at Wimbledon in ‘91 was tough too. He looked like he played well, but, perhaps, Stich kicked it up a notch, and it was his day. I’ve seen comments ...
... and Becker in majors, two of the greatest players in the 80s and 90s. Becker is the youngest ever to hoist the Wimbledon trophy, won 6 majors inclusive of 3 at SW 19, was ranked no. 1 in the world. Won ...
... rather well and I'm happy you play sports you love. I think I actually got into you becausI liked your name, strangely enough. Before the 1991 Wimbledon Semi-Finals, my dad was explaining what for men ...
... - R16 - 7-6 (2), 7-5, 6-3 - win against Michael Chang. After this win he was unstoppable. 1996 - R128 - 6-3, 6-3, 6-3 - win against Wimbledon champ Krajicek. He probably played better than against Henman. ...