DUESSELDORF, Germany -- Magnus Gustafsson and Stefan Edberg won theirsingles matches Sunday to lead Sweden to a 2-1 victory over Yugoslavia in the final of the Peugeot World Team Cup.
Gustafsson downed Goran Prpic, 6-2, 3-6, 6-4, in the opening match interrupted by a 45-minute rain break.
Edberg, the world's No. 1 ranked player, followed with a 6-4, 7-5 victory over Goran Ivanisevic to clinch the $350,000 winner's check for the Swedish team.
Yugoslavia, the defending champion, salvaged the meaningless doubles matchwhen Prpic and Slobodan Zivojinovic beat Gustafsson and Edberg, 3- 6, 6-3, 6-4. The Yugoslavs earned $170,000.
'I was able to play at full strength and felt no more pain at all,' said Edberg, whose participation in the final had been endangered by a hip injury suffered Friday.
Edberg won the first set of his match against Ivanisevic with just one service break and quickly went up 4-1 in the second.
After a brief loss of concentration resulting in the loss of four consecutive games, Edberg rallied to break the Yugoslav's serve again in the 11th game. Hesealed the match in the following game with an easy smash on his first match point.
'I completely lost my rhythm, while he played outstanding for four games,' Edberg said.
Gustafsson, No. 19 in the world, needed only 27 minutes to win the first set against Prpic.
After Prpic evened the match in the second set, rain interrupted play with Gustafsson leading 4-3 in the deciding set. When play resumed, Gustafsson clinced the match by breaking Prpic's serve in the 10th game, winning on his first match point with a forehand cross-court passing shot.