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Stefan Edberg (ur. 19 stycznia 1966 w Västervik), tenisista szwedzki.

Jeden z wybitnych woleistów, szukający rozwiązania niemal każdej akcji – zarówno w odbiorze, jak i przy własnym podaniu – przy siatce. Wysoko oceniano obok umiejętności wolejowych jego klasyczny, jednoręczny backhand.

Wygrał w karierze 41 turniejów w grze pojedynczej oraz 18 turniejów deblowych. 6 razy wygrywał w singlu turnieje wielkoszlemowe – Australian Open 1985 i 1987 (po raz ostatni rozgrywane na nawierzchni trawiastej); Wimbledon 1988 i 1990; US Open 1991 i 1992. Ma na koncie także 3 tytuły wielkoszlemowe w deblu; 1987 wygrywał Australian Open i US Open w parze z Andersem Järrydem, a w 1996 Australian Open z Czechem Petrem Kordą.

13 sierpnia 1990 po raz pierwszy awansował na pozycję nr 1 rankingu światowego, zastępując Ivana Lendla; jako lider listy ATP kończył sezony 1990 i 1991, a miejsce w pierwszej dziesiątce zajmował w latach 1985-1994 (do 1993 w czołowej piątce). W 1987 wraz z Järrydem został deblowym mistrzem świata (tytuł nadawany przez ATP).

W latach 1984-1996 Edberg reprezentował Szwecję w Pucharze Davisa; czterokrotnie miał udział w końcowym sukcesie (1984, 1985, 1987 i 1994). W 1984 wygrał rywalizację pokazową na igrzyskach olimpijskich w Los Angeles w grze pojedynczej; 1988 zdobył brąz zarówno w singlu, jak i w deblu.

Cieszył się uznaniem jednego z największych dżentelmenów kortów; pięciokrotnie otrzymywał wyróżnienie ATP za postawę godną sportowca; w 1996 został patronem tej nagrody.

Od 1994 osiągał gorsze rezultaty, w 1995 wypadł z czołowej dwudziestki i podjął decyzję o zakończeniu kariery wraz z końcem 1996; w swoim ostatnim roku zawodowej kariery ponownie był w dobrej formie, wygrał m.in. deblowe Australian Open oraz dotarł do finału singla na turnieju w Queens Clubie, a na US Open wyeliminował mistrza Wimbledonu Richarda Krajicka. W listopadzie 1996 porażką w pierwszej rundzie turnieju w Sztokholmie z rodakiem Nicklasem Kultim zakończył karierę (miał jeszcze zagrać w finale Pucharu Davisa, ale nie był w pełni sił).

W 2004 znalazł się w gronie członków Międzynarodowej Tenisowej Galerii Sławy


http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Edberg


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„It very often seethed inside me“

Interview by Tim Böseler

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«I didn’t really lose much money»

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Edberg wins in Australia

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«I see myself in Federer»

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Best & Worst: Stefan Edberg

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Edberg, The Greatest

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Jimbo's year (and Edberg's...)

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"With Roger and Rafa, we saw the golden age of tennis"

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Stefan Edberg in Zurich

Now a businessman, Stefan Edberg lives away from the circuit. In Zurich, where he was playing the tournament of former champions, the Swede has spoken. About his life and the evolution of the sport.

At 46, Stefan Edberg still has traces of a spectacular attack game that made him a world leader and winner of six Grand Slam titles. Friday night at the Zurich Open - tournament of former champions - he served some balls at 187 km/ h against a Henri Leconte forced to give up after two sets. After his shower, the Swede took the time to have this interview. To talk about his new life, the evolution of the game in general and especially Roger Federer.

- Le Temps: Unlike others, for example Mats Wilander, we no longer see you on the Tour that often. What is your new life like?

- Stefan Edberg: I ​​have been very busy since I've quit playing tennis. It keeps on occupying a small part of my life, because I practice several times a week. But I do it for fun, keep fit and participate occasionally in tournaments like this on the ATP Champions Tour. Otherwise, I have a family. Two children, 18 and 15 years old, with whom I spent much time in the last 15 years. And on the business side, I am running a finance company I'm highly involved in. It took me between 10 and 15 years to get to know and understand the functioning of markets. I also have a business in real estate. I have not stopped since retiring from the circuit and then I got to that stage where I try to reduce some activities. I feel it is time to relax more. I am conscious of having the privilege of choosing what I do with my life, which is not the case for most people. I can decide if I want to work hard or not.

- What is the most tiring, your current life or that of a champion?

- They are such different worlds that it is difficult to compare them. Being a tennis player required much work and sacrifice. But it was a choice and when you do, you have the chance to live your passion. A life with young children and work is almost more compelling and leaves less time for yourself. But I liked to find a more normal life after that of the gipsy tennis tour.

- Do your children realize what you have done? Because they have not seen you play...

- Not because they were too young. And that's a good thing. They know my background a bit, but we do not talk too much. I have not told them many things and they didn't ask me too many questions either. For them, I'm a dad and not a former tennis player. That is better for our relationship.

- Is having been a great champion an advantage in your second career?

- That is clear. This brings you discipline and rigor. There are plenty of qualities transposable from top tennis to business. Moreover, companies have increasingly used athletes because they know they have a higher capacity for work than the average person. They are capable of steering a course to achieve high goals. This is clearly an advantage.

- What is your view on current tennis?

- The level is incredibly high. There are real superstars on the circuit. We saw a little golden age of tennis with the current generation. That makes the sport even more attractive. My fingers are crossed. I hope they continue to play a while. Because once Roger and Rafa will be gone, they will leave a great void. Certainly there will be Djokovic. But the presence of Federer and Nadal is something really special. Replacing them will be almost impossible. When they are no longer there, tennis will really miss them.

- Federer says you're the player he inspired to...

- He is a very sensible person (laughs...).

- Are you proud of that?

- Of course. When you're young, you have players you take example from and I am pleased to have been a model for him. I have tremendous respect for Roger. He is a great ambassador for tennis. I really hope he will continue for some years.

- He would like to play more serve and volley, as you did, but it became almost impossible...

- It is very difficult indeed. Due to the changing of the game, slower surfaces, softer balls, harder strings. And it's almost too late for him because it's very natural to practise serve and volley. But I think it would give him an advantage in the coming years to play serve and volley 10 or 15% of the times. A slight increase in his game would make it harder for his opponents and give him an extra advantage.

- Right now, Federer is having a second life...

- It's true, he is very fit. He is on an incredible winning streak and has a serious chance to become world number one. If he plays well in Miami and on clay, everything is possible. If he can arrange to be on top at Roland Garros and Wimbledon, he may well win another Grand Slam. He has not been far from that last year. If he stays where he is right now, if he does not get injured, anything can happen. He has the victory in him right now.

- At Indian Wells, he seems to have found the solution against Nadal. What advice would you give him to help him beat Rafa?

- It's hard to say. The difference is so little, a few points here and there. I think it's psychological, first and foremost.

- What do you think of John Isner?

- He plays very well, given his size. If he can develop his game a bit, he can become very dangerous.

- We see more and more big players...

- Everyone is getting bigger and stronger, but the ideal size is between 180 and 195 cm. Beyond that, it's complicated.

- Has the game become more physical?

- The serve and volley is more physical than the game from the baseline, because it is faster and requires greater responsiveness. However, tennis has become very powerful. And without physical assets, today you have no chance.

- Players complain seasons are too long...

- I think if they had the schedule I had, they would complain even more. I was very involved in the Davis Cup (he won four times) and my seasons were longer than now. We had somehow seven consecutive seasons.

- What happened to the Swedish tennis?

- A kind of standardization. Competition from other sports, too. Swedish tennis is in poor health. We should start from scratch. I think there are some promising 16 year old guys, but it will take some time before they arrive on the circuit. It will remain empty for a while. I am part of a lucky generation who participated in a revolution. At that time, they built many indoor courts, we had excellent coaches and a good Federation. We worked hard but in the right direction.

- What is your fondest memory and your biggest regret?

- I do not have too many regrets. If I look at my career, I'm quite satisfied. Having been world number one is probably what I'm most proud of. For it's very difficult to achieve. Otherwise, winning my first Wimbledon was a big highlight for a Swede.

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OSIĄGNIĘCIA

Tytuły singlowe (42):
1995 (1) Doha
1994 (3) Washington, Stuttgart, Doha
1993 (1) Madrid
1992 (3) US Open, New Haven, ATP Masters Series Hamburg
1991 (6) Tokyo, Sydney, US Open, London/Queen's Club, Tokyo, Stuttgart
1990 (7) ATP Masters Series Paris, Long Island, ATP Masters Series Cincinnati, Los Angeles, Wimbledon, Tokyo, ATP Masters Series Indian Wells
1989 (2) Masters, Tokyo
1988 (3) Basel, Wimbledon, Rotterdam
1987 (7) Stockholm, Tokyo, Cincinnati, Tokyo, Rotterdam, Memphis, Australian Open
1986 (3) Stockholm, Basel, Gstaad
1985 (4) Australian Open, Basel, San Francisco, Memphis
1984 (2) Los Angeles Olympics, Milan

Finały singlowe (36):
1996 (1) London/Queen's Club
1995 (1) Washington
1994 (1) ATP Masters Series Cincinnati
1993 (3) Basel, ATP Masters Series Cincinnati, Australian Open
1992 (3) Sydney, Stuttgart, Australian Open
1991 (2) ATP Masters Series Stockholm, Long Island
1990 (5) ATP Tour World Championship, ATP Masters Series Stockholm, Sydney Indoor, ATP Masters Series Miami, Australian Open
1989 (6) Paris, Basel, Cincinnati Wimbledon, Roland Garros, Scottsdale
1988 (4) Cincinnati, London/Queen's Club, Tokyo, Dallas WCT
1987 (4) Los Angeles, Montreal/Toronto, Bastad, Indian Wells
1986 (4) Tokyo, Los Angeles, Montreal/Toronto, Memphis
1985 (2) Los Angeles, Bastad

Tytuły deblowe (18):
1996 (1) Australian Open (w/Korda)
1995 (1) Doha (w/Larsson)
1993 (1) ATP Masters Series Monte Carlo (w/Korda)
1991 (1) Tokyo (w/Woodbridge)
1987 (6) Stockholm (w/Jarryd), US Open (w/Jarryd), Montreal/Toronto (w/Cash), Bastad (w/Jarryd), Rotterdam (w/Jarryd), Australian Open (w/Jarryd)
1986 (3) Masters Doubles (w/Jarryd), Los Angeles (w/Jarryd), Rotterdam (w/Zivojinovic)
1985 (4) Masters (w/Jarryd), Cincinnati (w/Jarryd), Bastad (w/Jarryd), Brussels (w/Jarryd)
1984 (1) Hamburg (w/Jarryd)

Finały deblowe (11):
1993 (1) ATP Masters Series Cincinnati (w/Holm)
1990 (1) Sydney (w/Lendl)
1988 (1) Bastad (w/Kroon)
1986 (4) Gstaad (w/Nystrom), Roland Garros (w/Jarryd), Boca West (w/Jarryd), Philadelphia (w/Jarryd)
1985 (1) Montreal / Toronto (w/Jarryd)
1984 (2) Basel (w/Wilkison), US Open (w/Jarryd)
1983 (1) Basel (w/Segarceanu)

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Tytuły (11):
2017: Auckland, Waszyngton, Shenzen
2015: Doha, Sydney, Houston, Roland Garros
2013: US Open
2012: Nicea
2011: Los Angeles, WTF Londyn
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Finały (15):
2017: Stuttgart
2016: Tokio, Shanghai, Bazylea
2015: Wiedeń, WTF Londyn
2014: Doha
2013: Cincinnati
2012: Monte Carlo, Roland Garros, Sztokholm
2011: Marsylia, Monte Carlo, Wimbledon, US Open
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ATP HERITAGE PROGRAMME
ATP Heritage: Stefan Edberg, 1990-91

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Edberg open to coaching Federer

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Tytuły: US OPEN 2012 -debel, Sztokholm 2012, Australian Open 2013 - debel, Abu Dhabi 2014, Barcelona 2014

Finały: US OPEN 2013, Monte Carlo 2014, Rotterdam 2015

Półfinały: Winston-Salem 2012, Roland Garros 2013, Queens 2013, Wimbledon 13-debel, US OPEN 13-debel, Kuala Lumpur 2013


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2017 (1) Cincinnati M1000
2016 (1) Sankt Petersburg
2015 (1) Rotterdam
2013 (3) Montreal M1000, Rzym M1000, Dubaj
2012 (1) Toronto M1000
2011 (4) Waszyngton, Belgrad, Miami M1000, San Jose
2010 (2) Wiedeń, Rotterdam
2009 (2) Szanghaj M1000, Eastbourne
2008 (2) US Open, Estoril


MTT - finały (18)
2017 (2) Sztokholm, Indian Wells M1000
2016 (2) Newport, Rotterdam
2015 (1) Halle
2014 (1) Tokio
2013 (2) Basel, Kuala Lumpur
2011 (3) WTF, Cincinnati M1000, Rzym M1000
2010 (2) Basel, Marsylia
2009 (4) WTF, Stuttgart, Wimbledon, Madryt M1000
2008 (1) WTF


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Taka ciekawostka :)

Edberg likes his backhand better than Federer's

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"When these kind of matches happen you suffer, but I really enjoy these moments. I really enjoy suffering, because what's harder is when I am in Mallorca last year and I had to watch these kind of matches on the TV."


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Edberg Honoured In London

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“I doubt about myself, I think the doubts are good in life. The people who don’t have doubts I think only two things: arrogance or not intelligence.”

"When these kind of matches happen you suffer, but I really enjoy these moments. I really enjoy suffering, because what's harder is when I am in Mallorca last year and I had to watch these kind of matches on the TV."


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Edberg Talks Past And Present Of Barclays ATP World Tour Finals

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MTT - Tytuły (13)
2015: Tokio
2016: Rio de Janeiro, Indian Wells, Waszyngton, Chengdu, WTF
2017: Doha, Sydney, Dubaj, Miami, Marrakesz, Estoril, s-Hertogenbosch

MTT - Finały (7)
2015: Kuala Lumpur
2016: Queens, Sankt Petersburg
2017: Waszyngton, Winston-Salem, US Open, Sankt Petersburg


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