[social_warfare]Swedish tennis great, Stefan Edberg (currently Roger Federer’s coach) received his official Tennis Hall of Fame ring at the Barclay’s World Tour Finals at the O2 arena in London.
The ceremony happened on court just after Federer bested Novak Djokovic . Watch it here:
Edberg, who achieved the world No. 1 ranking in both singles and doubles, was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 2004. The Hall of Fame rings are one-of-a-kind pieces that are presented to Hall of Famers at tennis events around the world to commemorate their recognition as being among the sport’s greatest champions and leaders.
Edberg, known for his dominant serve-and-volley game, was ranked in the world top-10 for ten successive years. He won six Grand Slam singles titles, and three men’s doubles titles at majors. In all, Edberg won 41 singles titles over the course of his Hall of Fame career. Additionally, he was a part of four championship Swedish Davis Cup teams.