Tennis Stefan Edberg Name Stefan Bengt Edberg Birthdate 19 01 - 1966 Birthplace Vastervik, Sweden Nationality Swedish Turned Professional 1983 http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
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Extractions: Alpha Index Index by Sport Index of Women Other Resources A strong, solid baseline player, Edberg won a total of six grand slam singles titles: Wimbledon in 1988 and 1990, the U. S. Open in 1991 and 1992, and the Australian Open in 1985 and 1987. He also teamed with Petr Korda to win the 1996 Australian Open doubles championship and with Anders Jarryd to win the 1987 Australian and U. S. Open doubles titles. Edberg put on a dramatic performance in his 1992 U. S. Open victory. He was losing in the fifth set of three matches, against Richard Krajicek, Ivan Lendl, and Michael Chang, but he pulled out a victory in each. Then he lost the first set of his final match against Pete Sampras before rallying to win in four sets. With his 1990 Wimbledon victory, Edberg took over the world No. 1 ranking from Ivan Lendl and he stayed there through the end of the year. He was also the top-ranked player at the end of the 1991 season, and he was named the ATP Player of the Year in 1991 and 1992. Edberg played for Sweden's Davis Cup team 13 consecutive years, from 1984 through 1996, and Sweden won the cup in four of those years. He was 35-15 in singles play and 12-8 in doubles.
STEFAN EDBERG GENTLEMAN Pictures, videos, statistics, forum(French only), links to other tennis sites, and guestbook. Site in English and French. http://stefanedberg.free.fr/
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The Stefan Edberg Column stefan edberg came to Scottsdale for his tennis Fantasy Camp , December 2003 . stefan edberg Hey, I wish I could be on the tennis court, http://www.geocities.com/edhead01us/
Stefan stefan edberg snubbed by the Hall of Fame, my writeup on the tennis Hall of Fame s stefan edberg, the Gentleman Champion, Paul Fein, Australian tennis http://www.geocities.com/edhead01us/articles.html
Extractions: If you have Edberg articles that you would like to add to the collection, please write to email@example.com To be young, beautiful, and gifted: The 1984 Davis-Cup Double match , my writeup after viewing the match on tape in 2003. A very young Stefan, at 18, along with Anders Jarryd, wowed them at the doubles match that concluded Sweden's second Davis-cup victory. What a treat. Too bad that there weren't more closeups of a very young Stefan. But what aplomb for an 18 year old "youngster." He certainly impressed the three ESPN commentators. Action louder than Words , my writeup on a moment in Edberg's 1985 AO semifinal against Ivan Lendl, where his action did the talking. Pancho Segura: Meet The Wisest Man In Tennis an article which appeared in "Tennis", March, 1986, in which the great Pancho mentioned Stefan several times. "(Australian) Tennis", March 1986 article
Tennis: Stefan Edberg stefan edberg. stefan edberg. Name stefan Bengt edberg Birthdate 19 01 - 1966Birthplace Vastervik, Sweden Nationality Swedish http://www.progsoc.uts.edu.au/~wonj/tennis/edberg.html
Tennis Collectables - Posters - Stefan Edberg Poster of the Swedish national flag with edbergs name printed on it. This posterwas issued as tribute during stefan s final year on the tour. 60x46 cms. http://www.tenniscollectables.com/postersedberg.htm
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Extractions: Stefan Edberg won 41 career singles titles and 18 career doubles titles. He captured 6 Grand Slam singles titles - 2 Australian Open Championships (1985, '87 - the last man to win on Australian grass), 2 Wimbledon Championships (1988, '90) and 2 US Open Championships (1991, '92). Edberg also won the 1996 Australian Open Doubles title (with Petr Korda), and captured the 1987 Australian and US Open Doubles Championships (both with Anders Jarryd). Edberg, who turns 38 on January 19, is a former World No. 1 ranked player, having removed Ivan Lendl from the top spot on August 13, 1990. During his career he spent a total of 72 (non-consecutive) weeks at No. 1, and finished the 1990 and 1991 seasons as the No. 1 player in the world. Edberg was ranked in the year-end Top 10 for ten straight years (1985-1994) finishing in the Top 5 from 1985-93. He received ATP Player of the Year honors in 1991, and again in 1992. Edberg is a 5-time recipient of the ATP's Sportsmanship Award (1988-90, '92, '95), more than any player in ATP history. In 1996, the ATP again honored Edberg, this time by renaming this award the Edberg Sportsmanship Award.
HALL OF FAME TELECONFERENCE WITH STEFAN EDBERG stefan edberg Obviously, it s quite an honor, since there are a lot of Q.Swedish tennis has lost some ground in the last years. stefan edberg Yes. http://www.tennisfame.org/PressCenter/edbergTrans.html
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Edberg, Stefan edberg, stefan. Swedish tennis player. He won the junior Grand Slam in 1983 andhis first Grand Slam title, the Australian Open, in 1985, repeated in 1987. http://www.tiscali.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/hutchinson/m0033641.html
Extractions: Or search the encyclopaedia: Edberg, Stefan Swedish tennis player, who won eight major titles, six of them in singles. He won the junior Grand Slam in 1983 and his first Grand Slam title, the Australian Open, in 1985, repeated in 1987. Other Grand Slam singles titles include Wimbledon in 1988 and 1990 and the US Open in 1991 and 1992. He also played on four winning Davis Cup teams for Sweden. He retired from tennis in 1995. Career highlights