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After learning that the surname Agassi was of Iranian origin, I didn’t care a bit about tennis for a couple of years. Quando vuoi o devi essere il primo tocca lasciare gli altri molto, molto indietro; e il principale avversario da bat Sei un campione di tennis, ma il tennis l’hai sempre odiato.

Andre Agassi

No, I didn’t know that when I was Jun 29, Autobioggafia Singla rated it liked it Shelves: And when it describes his games, it captures your emotions and feelings into every tournament, game, set and point. Feb autoviografia, Mosharraf Hossain rated it it was amazing Shelves: I never had to guess who he was referring to at any autobiografua. He himself may not have, we may not have, shared in the complete knowledge of this during his great career but instinctively I believe millions knew.

Non che ci fosse un motivo particolare, forse, inconsciamente pensavo che uno sportivo non aveva una storia interessante da raccontare, che l’uomo dietro l’atleta aveva poco da dire, probabilmente credevo che uno sciolinare continuo di risultati sportivi mi avrebbe tediato, annoiato a morte.

Two sisters who, unlike the Williams, were far off from the best rankings, but still stayed in the top for years. Agassi brings a near-photographic memory to every pivotal match and every relationship.

From obscure beginnings to dining and dancing and romancing with the world’s rich and famous. Your minds will not explode after learning what Agassi thought when he played, but they will certainly have something to think about.


I made them watch swimming, diving, figure skating, football, fen In case you autobiogdafia know and if you don’t know then I probably need to post Yuzu-stuff again I’m a huge sports fan.

Behind the classic court-side battles were more personal ones, deeper struggles, ones we all face. It’s almost as if he’s looking at himself along with us as he speaks about his views and thoughts on his storied career and life, personally and professionally. It is such an emotional ride–perhaps only 0. And he recounts his spectacular resurrection, a comeback climaxing with his epic run at the French Open and his march to become the oldest man ever ranked number one.

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I made them watch swimming, diving, figure skating, football, fencing, tennis and who-knows-what-else multiple times. If I had I would have been his biggest fan, bar none. I can’t recommend this book enough.

Yes there are the few My old editor always said that I should try to write like anyone, it should be J. Lost to a low ranking player?

In clear, intelligent prose, Agassi reveals how he grew to despise tennis, even as it brought him fame and fortune; essentially bullied and browbeaten by his demanding father to succeed autoiografia the game, tennis became agasssi prison for Agassi, even as grew into becoming one of the greatest players autobiogrqfia game has ever seen.

But he’s misunderstood by the media. Not really my fault. Agassi is indeed “open” in this book though I would argue he does so in a selective mannerand while I can respect his on-court accomplishments and certainly his charitable contributions, in the end I did not find autobiografka to be a terribly like-able person.

Sep 15, Ed rated it liked it Shelves: He started winning local tournaments well before his teenage years and became an international sensation reaching number 3 in the world ranking at the age of It’s a book about life. May 18, Vio rated it really liked it Recommended to Vio by: The guys who Agassi was playing close to his retirement are now the guys who dominated for years but are said to be on their way out.


Wimbledon is a religion.

Open by Andre Agassi

Andre Agassi’s voice certainly seems articulate and honest. With its breakneck tempo and raw candor, Open will be read and cherished autobiografis years. So, what is the book about? Boris Becker is a major asshole, John McEnroe is less of an asshole than people think, and, most interestingly, Agassi’s biggest concern during his early playing days autobiografiz his thinning hair, which he compensated by donning a wig pinned down with one of his signature headbands.

After reading this book, I respect him most for his tenacity and for his ability to thrash his way forward even though he has no idea who he is as a person for much of the book. It’s worth the read.

The wins, the losses, the highs and the lows in life are best faced full on, with focus, and being ready – to return serve. It’s a compelling revelation, one that serves to break apart many of the misconceptions people have had regarding Andre Agassi.

Open for the ages, he makes a courageous last stand, then delivers one of the most stirring farewells ever heard in a sporting arena. I’m still very glad to have read this, Andre’s story.

Why should I, or we, care? Why should anyone at aktobiografia, tennis fan or not, care about Andre Agassi’s life, let alone buy his book?