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Edberg

(ˈɛdbɜːɡ)
n
(Biography) Stefan. born 1966, Swedish tennis player; winner of six Grand Slam singles titles: Wimbledon (1988, 1990), the US Open (1991–2), and the Australian Open (1985, 1987)
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K], November 10 (ANI): World number two Roger Federer has been rewarded for his stellar performance this season as he walked away with three honours, including the Stefan Edberg sportsmanship award, at the ATP World Tour Awards ceremony at the London Tower.
Roger Federer has fallen outside the world's top 10 for the first time since 2002 but he could still win another grand slam title, according to former great Stefan Edberg.
SWEDEN'S Pelle Edberg continued to make full use of his "local" knowledge to claim a share of the lead at the halfway stage of the True Thailand Classic.
TENNIS ROGER Federer has split from his coach Stefan Edberg.
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The 23-year-old Belgian moved up from 74th in the Race to Dubai standings to 53rd after his three-stroke win over Sweden's Pelle Edberg on Sunday.
Fitzpatrick, who turns 21 on Tuesday, shot a five-under 67 and sits on 11-under 133 alongside Sweden's Pelle Edberg (67) at the Albatross Golf Resort in Prague.
Alex Edberg was a late call-up into the Bears side after Adam Roynon called in sick at midday.
Paris: They came, they saw but never conquered and now Novak Djokovic is staring into the same Paris abyss that swallowed up the Grand Slam ambitions of Pete Sampras, Stefan Edberg and Boris Becker.
On the sidelines as Federer's coach will be compatriot Stefan Edberg, who himself is a six-time Grand Slam champion.
Serve was king, just as it was in the late 1980s when Boris Becker and Stefan Edberg went ace for ace.