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"People talk much more about Lend and Becker, but I can sneak up from behind and that's a position I like. I would like to reach that No. 1 spot at least once in my career. Just to see how it feels" - Stefan Edberg on his targets. Read the interview

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181. A final battle against nerves
(News/General news)
from TheAge.com.au by Jim Courier In this nice article, former world number one Jim Courier recalls his four set winning final at the Australian Open 1992 against Stefan Edberg. It's 7am and I ...
182. No comeback for Edberg
(News/General news)
... Cup. The former world number one was enticed by the thought of playing an “Elite series” match against Helsingborg on Wednesday. But after a better thinking in the weekend, Edberg decided to blow his ...
183. A class farewell
(Old articles/Mix)
... hope - even if the current world number one Pete Sampras poses himself as a spiritual son of the Swedish champion. At the eve of his 31st birthday (January 19th), Stefan Edberg, still 14th in the ATP Tour ...
184. Final step before going mad
(Old articles/Mix)
... With this result, Edberg turns out to be the world number one junior player. In the senior arena, he was able to win six Grand Slam titles. The Australian Open (1985; 1987), Wimbledon (1988; 1990), and ...
185. Gentleman Stefan
(Old articles/Mix)
...  The US Open in 1991 and 1992. He reached the Roland Garros final in 1989. He was the world number one in 1990 and 1991. In his career he summed up 41 singles and 18 doubles tournaments, earning almost ...
... rest being divided among Edberg: 200,000, Stich: 300,000, and Ivanisevic, 100,000). The world number one made his debut on Tuesday night against qualified Alami, but the humidity come after the sunset ...
187. Courier despite Edberg
(Old articles/Australian Open)
... to world number one, the Swede Stefan Edberg, who had largely dominated him in the final of the US Open, the American was not favored by bookmakers in Melbourne. Not even by the organizers, who, despite ...
188. From the East with fury
(Old articles/Mix)
... for Derrick Rostagno, surprising finalist. This year the Seiko Super Tennis Open has had two  champions: Stefan Edberg, the immaculate world number one from Sweden, and Derrick Rostagno, the twenty-five ...
189. Edberg up there on his cloud
(Old articles/US Open)
... crashed Jim Courier in just over two hours. Conclusion: first title in New York and back to World number one. Great! "I've never seen him play like that" (Jim Courier). "When I see him hovering like that ...
190. Edberg, the damned
(Old articles/Australian Open)
... began to betray him. Changed after the troubles of the previous years, armed with a shortened motion, the world number one's serve had already shown a few reliability problems during the previous rounds ...
191. Edberg beats Sampras and remains number one
(Old articles/Masters Cup)
... favourite to enter the final, while in the other half of the draw, anything can happen. It's the race of three to the title. The plans of world number one Now Edberg thinks big: «In '91 I'll go for ...
... was stopped at the sixth game, due to Boris Becker's injury. Frustration for the German, who would have become the new world number one, in case of victory; frustration for Edberg himself, whose quality ...
193. Edberg's unique accomplishment
(Old articles/Mix)
from Tennis (October 1990 issue)  by Donna Doherty When the IBM/ATP Tour changed the men pros' ranking system to a best-of-14-results format, tour officials promised it would better reflect the present ...
194. The child of fortune
(Old articles/Mix)
... of tennis world number one? – ask the fans. Is it realistic in the case of a 24-year-old handsome (188 cm tall, 71 kg in weight), blonde with the face of a lost child and a movie lover (striking resemblance ...
195. Edberg's overtaking
(Old articles/Mix)
from La Repubblica The Swede beats Chang in the US and, after 19 months, dethrones Lendl from the number one in the world ranking A few days after officially becoming world number one for the first time, ...
196. That trick-track Edberg lacks
(Old articles/Wimbledon)
... and to puzzle his long levers balance. So, if it rains, Becker's and Edberg's chances increase, while the world number one's hopes go down. Ivan Lendl can, anyway, be troubled, as it happened at the ...
197. I ♥ France
(Old articles/Mix)
... in front of "his" crowd that he will play the Roland Garros in a few weeks. With the firm intention to win the tournament and become a steady world number one. Oh, Stefan does not make a lot of noise. ...
198. Stefan's desert
(Old articles/Mix)
... stands of the Grand Champions Resort. "The race for the world number one remains between Lendl and Becker. But I don't think I'm too far behind them" A final decided by only 6 points of difference in Edberg's ...
199. When tennis gets unfair
(Old articles/Masters Cup)
... to meet five guys who had reached the world number one spot. So I was pretty sure that Becker would win the Masters final, if this was a short final. In a long, tight match, Edberg, instead, would ...
200. Becker-Edberg repeated today
(Old articles/Masters Cup)
An article from: La Repubblica by Gianni Clerici It wasn't Lendl's night. The German easily defeated a little cutting McEnroe. Wonderful match by the Swede against the world number one. Both semis ...