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"When I got my Wimbledon win I had to open the dance at the gala night. I'd rather serve three double faults in a row than do such a thing again." - Stefan Edberg about what he hates the most doing. Read the article

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from Jp.se by Torbjörn Berlstedt translated into English by Mauro Cappiello JÖNKÖPING - As the RC Open is currently underway at the Racquet Centre, we talked to former world number one Stefan Edberg ...
... how the people around looked at me, says Edberg. Mats Wilander had a couple of years in which he was focused on becoming world number one. There was nothing else for the 23-year-old, back then. He went ...
... three Davis Cup victories, the Olympic bronze and 72 weeks as world number one. That's a mini summary of his fabulous career that I have been privileged to follow as a journalist. It started back in the ...
... coaches like Annacone and Roche had a family and «it's important for them to understand that aspect as well.» The former world number one also wanted to end speculation that Ljubicic was hired just to ...
... that security can also have positive effects on playing tennis." After ending his career in 1996 - that included six Grand Slam titles in singles and 72 weeks as world number one - Stefan Edberg started ...
... final against Stefan Edberg. At the Times Forum in Cheltenham last Monday, the former world number one recalled that period of his life. "In the late '80s the German national doctor… gave us this very ...
... looking ahead to Sunday's final - where world number one Novak Djokovic awaits. - Both have a good handle on each other, Novak knows how Roger plays and vice versa. But he (Federer) has definitely got ...
... them from being themselves on court, fans and commentators were left wondering about the need of the German's comments on the relationship between the current world number one and Roger Federer. "They ...
... Open triumph. PATIENCE. In the vein of coaches from Sweden, of course, stands out Stefan Edberg, 6 wins in the Grand Slam in singles and 3 in doubles, plus the world number one crown. Since January 2014, ...
... at the world number one in singles (and 15 weeks in doubles). In addition he was awarded five times the ATP sportsmanship trophy, which now bears his name and that so far only one man has won more often: ...
... finals from 2006 to 2008 (always lost to Rafael Nadal) and one last year, when he was beaten by countryman Stan Wawrinka. The former world number one will play next in Istanbul (April 27th - May 3rd) and ...
... from the former world number one as the Nominating Committee may hold back the call (if they were ever supposed to call). Stefan is just the kind of leader that the union needs to repair its tarnished ...
... allow players to turns single and double player matches or practice sessions into an instant sharable experience across social media. Former world number one and Roger Federer's current coach Stefan Edberg ...
114. The titans of tennis
(News/General news)
... then, a total of 25 players topped the list. Amazingly enough, three of the early eight world number ones were from Sweden - a somewhat unlikely hindsight, for one of the globally largest sports. In the ...
... Swiss' inspired performances of the last month must have convinced the former world number one from Sweden, now Eurosport expert commentator, that his theory of a supposed "lack of desire" from the 17-time ...
... 302 weeks at the top of the ranking, plus (who would have ever said it...) close the season as world number one for the sixth time in his career, equalling Pete Sampras. A similar situation already occurred ...
... Bjorn Borg and Mats Wilander, while Daniel Nestor recalled the legendary Davis Cup tie of 1992, in which he, as an unknown 19 year old guy, managed to defeat Edberg, back then world number one. Unseen ...
... his was a little better. When asked yesterday who possessed the better backhand, the former world number one said he would have to give himself the edge in that category. “A lot of the other strokes I ...
... fourth set, the Serb came out on top. Becker had his revenge and easily had his way in front of the tv cameras, emphasizing the "great mental performance by Novak" (the world number one's mental aspect ...
120. From Åhus to Wimbledon
(News/Interviews)
... to come to a summer place like this," said the former world number one. The Summer Tour was distinguished by the presence of 17-year-old Christopher Edberg. He played the tournament before the eyes of ...