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World Group Final

20 Dec - 22 Dec 1985, Olympia Halle, Munich, West Germany, Carpet, Indoor

Team nominations

    • Boris BECKER
    • Date of birth:  22 Nov 1967
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    • Michael WESTPHAL
    • Date of birth:  19 Feb 1965
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    • Andreas MAURER
    • Date of birth:  08 Mar 1958
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    • Hans SCHWAIER
    • Date of birth:  24 Mar 1964
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  • Team captain
    • Stefan EDBERG
    • Date of birth:  19 Jan 1966
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    • Joakim NYSTROM
    • Date of birth:  20 Feb 1963
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    • Mats WILANDER
    • Date of birth:  22 Aug 1964
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    • Anders JARRYD
    • Date of birth:  16 Jul 1962
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  • Team captain

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Photos

  • Stefan Edberg receives treatment at a change of ends during his crucial fifth rubber against Michael Westphal in the 1985 final
  • Stefan Edberg (SWE) at the 1985 final
  • Stefan Edberg is thrown into the air by his team mates following his four-set victory over Germany’s Michael Westphal in the 1985 final
  • West Germany reach the 1985 final with the new Wimbledon champion, Boris Becker, on board
  • Sweden lift the Cup following their victory over Germany in 1985
  • The Swedish team of Joakim Nystrom, Mats Wilander, Stefan Edberg and Anders Jarryd with their team captain Hans Olsson after retaining the trophy in 1985
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  • All-time head to head

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    All-time head to head record

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