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Not really my fault. A highly recommended read for any tennis fan. About life and choices and dreams and getting on your ahassi once you’ve fallen. After learning that the surname Agassi was of Iranian atuobiografia, I didn’t care a bit about tennis for a couple of years. While browsing my next buy, I had stumbled upon this one a number of times, before I finally decided to buy and read it last week.
This is not all about sports and tennis, as there is a lot about his trials and tribulations with women, drugs and psychologically trying auotbiografia find himself.
Alongside vivid portraits of rivals from several generations—Jimmy Connors, Pete Sampras, Roger Federer—Agassi gives unstinting accounts of his brief time with Barbra Streisand and his doomed marriage to Brooke Shields.
Upon playing Nadal he knows that he will not be able to beat Nadal. Stay tuned Agassi fans, more soon about this riveting book! Agassi spills everything in his memoir.
Yes there are the few My old editor always said that I should try to write like anyone, it should be J. His final coach was all lined up to be Marat Safin’s coach, but Agassi convinces him to become his coach autpbiografia since Safin’s “a loose cannon. I think she may be a butterface to some, but a hot goddess to others; but no one will question that she has nice legs and great game.
So far I am gripped, at 50 or so pages agassi, by Andre’s brutal honesty and unflinching candor. I made them watch swimming, diving, figure skating, football, fen In case you didn’t know and if you don’t know then I probably need to post Yuzu-stuff again I’m a huge sports fan.
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And a good one too. This book kept me awake at night. Inspired by her quiet strength, he fights through crippling pain from a deteriorating spine to remain a dangerous opponent in the twenty-first and final year of his career.
He was in constant search of himself and kept evolving to understand himself and what he wants in life. I can’t explain it, but it probably comes back to how perfectly written the book is.
I have a checkered past with Andre Agassi. From obscure beginnings to dining and dancing and romancing with the world’s rich and famous. Once a woman asked Louis Armstrong what he thought about as he played the trumpet. This is why we’re here.
Wimbledon is a religion. He reveals a shattering loss of confidence. Thanks agassk telling us about the problem. When Mr Agassi takes drugs or drinks too much it’s because others took advantage of his trust and shattered feelings.
It is such an emotional ride–perhap 5. I knew that this was one of the best autobiographies, but I was still amazed at how good it’s written. Return to Book Page. He even marvels at his ability to write a memoir; for someone who pretty much flunked out of school to pursue tennis, Agassi grew into a vocal and tireless advocate for education, a voracious reader, and now, Among Andre Agassi’s impressive accomplishments – 8-time Grand Slam winner, Olympic Gold medalist, nearly career wins – we can now add “author” to his list of accomplishments.
Sep 15, Ed rated it liked it Shelves: By the age of thirteen, he is banished to a Florida tennis camp that feels like a prison auttobiografia. No, this is so much more than a story of a tennis player.
I knew the name of Andre Agassi, but didn’t pick a part.
Such is this story. Not bad, all from hitting a fuzzy neon colored ball. It afassi a strange book! See all 5 questions about Open….
There are lessons in here for everyone, tennis-be-damned. But again, after reading page after page of Agassi calling linespeople some very nasty things, consistently petty and often mean-spirited stories about his fellow players, and gleefully courting ha!