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"I'm still having fun playing. But it's not my job. I don't miss competition" - Stefan Edberg on his life after tennis. Read the article

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Number 3 in squash world ranking, Frenchman Gregory Gaultier, had an exhibition match against Stefan Edberg during the Case Swedish Open in Linköping in February 2012. In this interview for SVT.se he talks ...
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A long video-interview with Stefan Edberg in Stockholm on October 14th 2011, just before his exhibition match against Goran Ivanisevic. Stefan talks about his life after retirement from tennis, his activity ...
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In January 2011 Stefan Edberg was interviewed by Svenska TF at the Kungliga Tennishallen and talked a little bit about the foundation for Swedish young tennis players he established when he retired from ...
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Mats Wilander, Stefan Edberg, John McEnroe and Yannick Noah pick their favourites to win the Masters in London
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Stefan Edberg talked about his current life, having success in professional tennis and the present of the sport (referring to the Federer-Nadal rivalry) in this exclusive interview released for the ATP ...
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Stefan Edberg, with children Emilie and Christopher, sits in the crowd of the 2008 figure skating world championship in Goteborg, watching Adrian Shulteiss' performance. Thanks Elena Romelli.
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An ironical Stefan Edberg leaves the tennis world.
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In a thrilling third set tie-break, Stefan Edberg defeats Wimbledon champion and World n.1 Pete Sampras in the semifinal of the Thriftway Championship in Cincinnati in 1993. The Swede was down one set ...
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Textbook chip and charge by Stefan Edberg in the ending stages of the second set in the 1990 ATP Tour World Championship final in Frankfurt against Andre Agassi. Stefan takes the net with a sliced backhand ...
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... of the defeat suffered in the Round Robin, but Edberg still ends the year at World number one for the first time in his career.  ...
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A magnificent running crosscourt forehand by Stefan Edberg during the final of the ATP Tour World Championship 1990 he lost against Andre Agassi. Enjoy the mixed audio with the reactions of French, American ...
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Beating in straight sets with a double 6-1 Brad Gilbert, Stefan Edberg wins his second Cincinnati Open title. In the trophy ceremony, he shows his joy to have reached the world number one position for ...
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Stefan Edberg beats Roland Stadler in five sets in the final of the Rado Swiss Open in Gstaad in 1986. It's the first claycourt title in the Swede's career, obtained against the surprise of the tournament ...
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... Open. Björn Borg, Mats Wilander and Stefan Edberg have all been world number ones. If you put them along with Anders Järryd and Mikael Pernfors you get a total of 35 Grand Slam titles. Precious tennis ...
... only for clay courts. "It was really impressive to watch," Pat Cash, who won Wimbledon in 1987, told reporters on Monday. "To see a guy serve-volley on second serve and beat the world number one, who ...
Stefan Edberg was interviewed by Espndeportes.com and gave his view on the change at the top of the men's ranking, with Novak Djokovic being passed by Andy Murray at world number 1. "It was a little ...
... will take the former world number one Stefan Edberg on the stage. Among the former Swedish star’s mingling crowd there are players and even those who never became anything, plus parents, coaches, sponsors ...
from ITF Tennis.com translated into English by Mauro Cappiello Stefan Edberg with Anders Jarryd and the doubles medalists of the 1988 Olympic Games Former world number one and great ambassador of ...
... anecdotes from his active career, but we also got a glimpse of what life the former world number one is living today. Stefan Edberg lives with his family in a farm just outside Växjö and after his ...
from Göteborgs Posten by Eric Hilmersson translated into English by Mauro Cappiello He is our last world number one, but today he wants to "act without being seen" ... Nevertheless, two years ago he ...