For this show, Chamberlin has mined the comic-rich quarry of professional tennis, which is full of characters and caricatures some of us may have forgotten - almost. Even though his hero, Stefan Edberg, features in the title, it is the larrikin Frenchman, Henri Leconte, who provides the best fodder for laughs.
But this show is more about growing up and rites of passage; the childlike side of Chamberlin presents itself through a series of rough and very amusing sketches that lead us to the defining moment when he feels he became an adult.
A thoroughly endearing and funny storyteller, Chamberlin constantly comes up with the goods, and this Comedy Festival show is no exception. Despite having the talent to warrant a bigger room, the small space gives his show an intimacy that draws you to the story - but one that a mature Chamberlin will hopefully grow beyond.