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Edberg backs Federer for eight

Edberg backs Federer for eight

Stefan Edberg believes Roger Federer can still claim a record eighth Wimbledon title despite his second consecutive defeat in the All England Club final. Federer became the oldest man to reach a Wimbledon final since 1974 on Sunday, but lost ..., 1 month ago
Stefan Edberg and Roger Federer an … Yahoo! India, 1 month ago

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The Latest: Becker and Edberg Renew Rivalry at Wimbledon

The Latest from Wimbledon (all times local): ——— 1 p.m. Boris Becker and Stefan Edberg will be back on Centre Court for the Wimbledon final. They won't be playing this time, though. Edberg, the Swedish great who won six Grand ...
 ABC News1 month ago The Latest: Boris Becker and Stefan...  DailyNews724.com1 month ago + Bodo: Becker, Edberg rivalry renewed in Wimbledon final  ESPN.com1 month ago Becker, Edberg renew rivalry at Wimbledon  News241 month ago
Gulf Times

Wimbledon centre court mesmerised by enduring Federer

Roger Federer is watched by coach Stefan Edberg (right) during a practice session on a side court, at the All England Club in Wimbledon yesterday. The Swiss will meet Serbia's Novak Djokovic in today's final. (Reuters) By Owen Gibson in ...
 Gulf Times1 month ago Federer looks to follow Serena and rock the ages  ABS-CBN News1 month ago Evergreen Federer out to defy time and Djokovic  Investing.com1 month ago

Serve and volley: Back to the future as moribund tactic is revived

Stefan Edberg of Sweden makes a backhand volley. Photograph: Simon Bruty/Getty Images The yellowing obituaries are looking premature as serve-and-volley tennis creeps, with a few tweaks, towards a renaissance of sorts. A number of top men are leading the charge and, in a curious twist, the same blend of technology and lung-busting fitness blamed for all-but killing off this style of play is behind its resurgence. As players hit harder shots, miss fewer balls and run for hour upon hour, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Serve-and-volley is back in vogue again  Shanghai Daily1 month ago Led by Djokovic, Federer and Murray, serve and volley to make comeback, of sorts, at Wimbledon  Abu Dhabi National2 months ago Back to the future as moribund tactic …  Yahoo! India2 months ago

Will Roger Federer Win Wimbledon This Year?

Former Wimbledon Champion & Coach to Roger Federer, Stefan Edberg, discusses using technology to advance tennis and the chances of Roger Federer winning Wimbledon in the twilight of his career. He speaks with Mark Barton on Bloomberg Television's On ...
 Bloomberg2 months ago Improved Roger Federer Can Win Wimbledon, Coach Edberg Says  Yahoo! Finance2 months ago

Djokovic haunted by Paris ghosts of Sampras, Edberg, Becker

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. Last Updated: Monday, June 8, 2015 - 09:47 Paris: They came, they ...
 Zee News2 months ago Falling at the final hurdle: Djokovic haunted by Paris ghosts of Sampras, Edberg, Becker  First Post.com2 months ago
MSN Australia

Wimbledon 'all-white' rule is too strict: Federer

Reuters/Stefan Wermuth Roger Federer of Switzerland hits a shot through his legs during his match against Sam Querrey of the U.S.A. at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London Players' efforts over the years to get Wimbledon's "all-white" ...
 MSN Australia1 month ago Wimbledon 'all-white' clothing rule is too strict: Federer  Malaysia MSN1 month ago Federer pines for colorful past month ago Roger Federer calls for Wimbledon's 'extreme' all-white dress code restrictions to be loosened  Irish Mirror1 month ago
Abu Dhabi National

US Open a young man's event? Roger Federer out to buck the trend in pursuit of sixth title

The US Open has long been a tournament for the 20-something set but an in-form Roger Federer is looking to buck that trend at the year's final major. In the last three-plus decades, only Pete Sampras in 2002 and Jimmy Connors in 1983 won the men's ...
 Abu Dhabi National6 hours ago Federer targets win for the ages  Daily News South Africa8 hours ago US Open 2015: Roger Federer eyes a win for the ages  Deccan Chronicle11 hours ago List of U.S. Open men's singles winners  Reuters15 hours ago
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Kyrgios in villain role at U.S. Open

Photo: Minas Panagiotakis, Australia's Nick Kyrgios has become tennis enfant terrible — a man you love to hate, but can't stop watching. There was a time when crude and obnoxious behavior did wonders for the sport of tennis. With John ...
 San Francisco Chronicle.com18 hours ago Hope Kyrgios doesn't get away lightly after comment on Wawrinka's girlfriend  Mid Day2 weeks ago The most incredible Kyrgios prediction yet month ago
Washington Post

Roger Federer remains within striking distance of another major

By , MASON, Ohio Rare is the superstar that exits on top, etched in eternity as a winner. John Elway was the MVP of Denver's 1998 Super Bowl victory in his final game. Derek Jeter wrapped up his New York Yankees career with a walk-off single in ...
 Washington Post1 day ago
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