Points won by each set: [ 26-24, 24-33, 30-26, 42-39 ]
Points won directly behind the serve:
36 % Goellner – 51 of 138
40 % Edberg – 43 of 106
Even though Mark-Kevin Goellner  succumbed a super dramatic match in the Davis Cup ’93 final, he’s a legitimate contributor to the last (so far) triumph of the Germans in this prestigious competition. In the 1993 edition as a novice he defeated on grass in four sets Petr Korda (6-4, 6-7, 6-1, 7-6) in the quarterfinals and in the semifinals on clay-indoors he added to his resume quite similar 4-set victory over another Top 10 player, stunning Edberg  after 2 hours 25 minutes. The fifth set seemed inevitable, but Goellner delivered his best tennis every time he was in danger in the set No. 4: fired two aces at 1:4 (deuce), at 2:5 (30/40) saved the set point with a forehand winner, followed by two straight aces; at 5:6 (0/30) first he hit a BH-netctord-volley winner, then struck an ace… in the 7/4 tie-break notched two consecutive aces again leading 3:2, and at 5:4 an ace and service winner gave him the victory – the most valuable in his career. Goellner was a revelation of 1993 advancing from No. 109 to 31, but that win over Edberg stopped his development. He beat two days later Henrik Holm in a dead rubber, Jakob Hlasek in the first round of Basel the following week, lost to Magnus Larsson (2R) and waited almost a year to enjoy three consecutive wins again…
Before that semifinal in Borlänge, the Swedes were slight favourites on paper because they were the hosts, having in the team Magnus Gustafsson  who had recently defeated on clay both Germans (Goellner & Stich) in Stuttgart. In the first rubber Sich  outplayed Gustafsson easier than anyone could expect, then Goellner played – arguably – the match of his life vs Edberg, and the shocked Swedes lost the tie 0:5!