Henman lost to Edberg at the 1996 US Open
Stefan Edberg will roll back the years when he faces Tim Henman in a charity exhibition match at London's Royal Albert Hall on 5 December.
The two-set serve-and-volley clash during the Honda Challenge tournament will raise money for Henman's charity, Kids At Heart.
It will also give Henman the chance to record a belated victory over the two-times Wimbledon champion, who won their two previous encounters before his retirement.
Edberg, now 36, beat Henman in four sets in the last 16 of the US Open in 1996 and in straight sets in Stuttgart.
And the Swede, who won Wimbledon in 1988 and 1990 and triumphed twice at both the Australian and US Opens, is said to be in good shape.
Former Wimbledon winners John McEnroe, Boris Becker and Pat Cash will also be in action at the Honda Challenge.