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Originally posted 01/04/2016 02:45PM
He burst onto the tennis scene in 1986, complete with long, frosted hair, a fierce two-handed backhand, and a cool catchphrase (Image Is Everything). Over the span of his 21-year-career, Andre Agassi, 45, won eight Grand Slams and became one of the most popular athletes of his generation. These days, though, he's into a different kind of game.
Originally posted 07/06/2015 01:10PM
It was a bittersweet win for Serena Williams at Wimbledon on Monday, as she defeated her big sister Venus, 6-4, 6-3.
Originally posted 03/14/2012 05:30PM
Steffi Graf's dog is lucky to be alive.
The tennis legend recently rescued her tiny Yorkie from a wild coyote who was stalking the Nevada home she shares with her husband Andre Agassi and their two children.
"It's great living in the desert, but one of the issues we have been facing lately is that there are coyotes around," she wrote on her WhoSay page Tuesday.
Originally posted 10/27/2009 06:15PM
Tennis star Andre Agassi serves up a bombshell in his new memoir: In the late '90s he began regularly using crystal meth. "I can't speak to addiction, but a lot of people would say that if you're using anything as an escape, you have a problem," he tells PEOPLE.
Agassi's book, Open, details his descent into drug use, as well as his hair loss, his troubled marriage to Brooke Shields and the love he eventually found with his current wife, Steffi Graf.
Asked how he thought his fans would react if they found out he was using drugs, Agassi, 39, says: "I was worried for a moment, but not for long. ... I wore my heart on my sleeve and my emotions were always written on my face. I was actually excited about telling the world the whole story."
For Agassi's story in his own words – including his ambivalent attitude toward the sport that made him famous – read an excerpt from his book in the new PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday. An excerpt also appears in the new SPORTS ILLUSTRATED
Originally posted 09/23/2008 01:35PM
Wherever in the world – or above it – Andre Agassi's family is, they are just happy to be together.
Agassi, honored at the 23rd Annual Great Sports Legends Dinner for the Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis at Manhattan's Waldorf Astoria Monday night, tells PEOPLE he, wife Steffi Graf, son Jaden, 6, and daughter Jaz, 4, flew from their Las Vegas home to catch the final game in Yankee Stadium, in great seats, of course.
"It really left a mark on the kids," Agassi said before the event, which raised $7 million. "That's one of the great things about children. You get to see it through their eyes and everything as a result of that, so it was an incredible incredible time."
Originally posted 04/16/2007 11:10AM
They are the tennis world's most celebrated couple. But when Andre Agassi and his wife Steffi Graf took to the courts on Sunday, they weren't so in synch: The game ended with three stitches for Graf after her husband inadvertently whacked her in the face with his tennis racket.
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