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Andre Agassi

Andre Agassi
Andre Agassi (April 29, 1970 - ) was, at one time, ranked as the World No. 1 tennis player. Agassi won eight Grand Slam titles and an Olympic gold medal.
Andre Agassi (April 29, 1970 - ) was, at one time, ranked as the World No. 1 tennis player. Agassi won eight Grand Slam titles and an Olympic gold medal. « Show less

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  • Bollettieri honored at Tennis Club

    Bollettieri honored at Tennis Club
    Since Sean Abdali became owner of The Tennis Club at Newport Beach Country Club, he hasn't exactly gotten a lot of sleep.
  • Nick Bollettieri to visit The Tennis Club in Newport Beach this weekend

    Nick Bollettieri, the renowned Hall of Fame tennis coach, will be at The Tennis Club at the Newport Beach Country Club Saturday and Sunday. Bollettieri will conduct on-court clinics, provide motivational messages, tells stories about his life on the...

    Looking Back On Final Appearances Of All-Time Greats

    Looking Back On Final Appearances Of All-Time Greats
    Derek Jeter went out in style at Yankee Stadium Thursday, delivering a game-winning single in the bottom of the ninth inning as the Yankees beat the Orioles, 6-5. Jeter was 2-for-5 with a run scored and three RBI in his final game in the Bronx. Then...

    Scott Fowler: Panthers owe Hardy at least $7 million for not playing, and no one is happy

    So Greg Hardy has left the building to take a vacation from the Carolina Panthers until mid-November. He will be paid close to $7 million over the next two months to stay away from all the team's games and practices until his legal issues are resolved....

    Nishikori takes Japan from tragedy to tennis elite

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - For over three-quarters of a century men's tennis in Japan has played out like a kabuki tragedy, filled with decades of barren results, embarrassments and even a suicide. Although Kei Nishikori was beaten 6-3 6-3 6-3 by Marin Cilic...