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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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  • Michael Mina channels France with sexy Bardot Brasserie at Aria

    Michael Mina channels France with sexy Bardot Brasserie at Aria
    Chef Michael Mina didn’t land a title celebrity until he met tennis legend Andre Agassi, who teamed up with him to start the Mina Group which opened the now-defunct Nobhill Tavern and Seablue at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino. Fast forward 13 years,...
  • Even if it's time for Peyton Manning to say goodbye, will he?

    If age is merely a state of mind, or nothing but a number, why was it so painful watching Peyton Manning fail Sunday to get his agile mind to overcome his aging body? In two days, an entire Denver Broncos franchise has unraveled. Coach John Fox is...
  • Brooke Shields: Jealous Andre Agassi destroyed grand-slam trophies

    Andre Agassi apparently has some jealousy issues. At least the now-retired tennis star did back when he was dating Brooke Shields, the actress writes in her coming memoir "There Was a Little Girl: The Real Story of My Mother and Me." So much so,...
  • Brooke Shields dishes on losing virginity to Dean Cain, 'tortuous' wait

    Brooke Shields dishes on losing virginity to Dean Cain, 'tortuous' wait
    Brooke Shields lost her virginity to Dean Cain at age 22 and is writing all about it. Yes, before her husband Chris Henchy, before ex-husband Andre Agassi and before JFK Jr., Liam Neeson and George Michael there was a future Superman. The former child...
  • Pete Sampras rules out immediate American resurgence in tennis

    Pete Sampras rules out immediate American resurgence in tennis
    NEW DELHI -- The sorry state of American men's tennis will continue for some time with no real talent on the horizon, said Pete Sampras who dominated the game in the 1990s with fellow American Andre Agassi. No American has won a men's grand slam singles...
  • 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. Abdali and his staff have worked all week to provide immediate renovations to the club. Fences were painted, sunscreens were...
  • 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...
  • If Jack Sock is future of U.S. men's tennis, it could be a long wait

    We trekked out to the U.S. Open's venerable Grandstand Court on Tuesday on a mission of promise. Young Jack Sock, up-and-coming U.S. tennis player, was playing his first-round match. The Grandstand is special. For years, it has been an appendage to...
  • Joan Rivers resting comfortably after surgery scare

    Joan Rivers resting comfortably after surgery scare
    "Fashion Police" host Joan Rivers was rushed to the hospital in critical condition after she stopped breathing during an outpatient throat surgery at a doctor's office on Thursday, but reportedly was resting comfortably in stable condition on Friday. [New...
  • The plight of U.S. tennis: too much money and mollycoddling?

    The plight of U.S. tennis: too much money and mollycoddling?
    Sunday was a day of rest and reflection at Wimbledon. So we reflected. Eyes squinting, brow furrowed, chin resting in palm of hand, we pondered the issue: How good are our tennis players from the United States? Lousy. It was a short reflection....