Showing posts with label Andre Agassi. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Andre Agassi. Show all posts

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Video: Novak Djokovic Training with Andre Agassi at French Open 2017 | Roland Garros 2017

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Video: Novak Djokovic Training with Andre Agassi at French Open 2017 | Roland Garros 2017


Video: Djokovic and Agassi working together in Roland Garros 2017

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Video: Djokovic and Agassi working together in Roland Garros 2017

As they take to the court together for the first time at Roland Garros, Novak Djokovic reveals Andre Agassi is the inspiration he's been looking for.

Saturday, December 17, 2016

Video Flashback: Andre Agassi vs Boris Becker 1995 US Open Men's Semi-Final

Video Flashback: Andre Agassi vs Boris Becker 1995 US Open Men's Semi-Final

Friday, December 16, 2016

Video Flashback: Andre Agassi vs James Blake US Open 2005

Video Flashback: Andre Agassi vs James Blake US Open 2005

Monday, December 12, 2016

Video Flashback: Patrick Rafter vs Andre Agassi Wimbledon 2001 Semifinal

Video Flashback: Patrick Rafter vs Andre Agassi Wimbledon 2001 Semifinal

Sunday, December 11, 2016

Video Flashback: Sampras vs Agassi US Open Final 1995 Highlights

Video Flashback: Sampras vs Agassi US Open Final 1995 Highlights

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Video Flashback: Andre Agassi vs Pete Sampras 2001 Indian Wells Masters - Final

Video Flashback: Andre Agassi vs Pete Sampras 2001 Indian Wells Masters - Final

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Agassi asks Monfils for a photo

Agassi asks Monfils for a photo

Isn't it great??? Andre Agassi asked Gael Monfils for a picture together for his son :):):)


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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Andre Agassi has Rafael Nadal ahead of Roger Federer on his all-time greatest list

Andre Agassi has Rafael Nadal ahead of Roger Federer on his all-time greatest list There is nothing sports fan like doing more than comparing generations. We compare the 1985 Bears to the 2013 Seahawks. Golf fans talk about Tiger Woods versus Jack Nicklaus as much as they talk about who is leading the current golf tournament, and in tennis, the debate rests with Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. Federer has 17 career Grand Slam titles, the most ever, while Nadal sits with 13 Slams which includes eight French Open titles. That is enough for Andre Agassi, who has eight career Slams himself, and told Singapore's Straits Times just that this week. Agassi was asked to rank the best in the world, and he had Nadal as his top pick, with Federer coming in second, and his reasoning is pretty sound.

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Video: Federer Misses Roddick, the IW Prize Money Controversy, & Agassi's Workout System

Video: Federer Misses Roddick, the IW Prize Money Controversy, & Agassi's Workout System

Tennis Now's Blair Henley reviews the Indian Wells prize money controversy, BILT by Agassi and Reyes, and Victoria Azarenka's new promo.

Also get the latest from the ATP Tour Finals in London, and learn who Federer misses on tour.


Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Video: Agassi and Graf talk Olympics

Video: Agassi and Graf talk Olympics

In a joint interview with husband Agassi, Graf tells Open Court winning Olympic Gold was 'bigger than a Grand Slam'

Sunday, April 29, 2012

Photos: Agassi vs Courier at Caracas “Stars of Tennis” Exhibition

Photos: Agassi vs Courier at Caracas “Stars of Tennis” Exhibition

Check out some tennis photos of Andre Agassi and Jim Courier during an exhibition match called “Stars of Tennis” in Caracas... Agassi defeated Courier 6-3, 1-6, 6-2.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Video: Andre Agassi ATP World Tour Uncovered

Video: Andre Agassi ATP World Tour Uncovered

In season 3, episode 28, ATP World Tour Uncovered profiles legendary American Andre Agassi upon his induction into the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Video: Andre Agassi Inducted into Tennis Hall of Fame

Video: Andre Agassi Inducted into Tennis Hall of Fame

On July 9, tennis legend Andre Agassi has formally accepted his invitation to be inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island.

The 8-time Grand Slam champion has achieved so much throughout his career and went through some tough times as well as some great moments. He was joined at the induction ceremony by long-time tennis supporter and WTA pioneer Fern Lee "Peachy" Kellmeyer. The ceremony was one of the largest ever get-togethers at the event, with 200 people in Agassi's support group who attended the Class of 2011 ceremony. Agassi's wife, Steffi Graf and their two children were part of the crowd as well.






Thursday, July 7, 2011

Andre Agassi set for Hall of Fame induction

Andre Agassi set for Hall of Fame induction

Andre Agassi will be inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame on Saturday.

Agassi spent 101 weeks ranked No. 1 in the world, won a 1996 Atlanta Olympic singles title plus 8 Grand Slams championships. He also won the Davis Cup.

The American turned professional at age 16 in 1986, won his first ATP crown the following year and retired in 2006 after a third-round loss at the US Open.

"I'm truly honored to be recognized alongside the greatest players of tennis," Agassi said. "Tennis has given me everything in my life. It has given me my wife. My tennis career afforded me the opportunity to make a difference in other people's lives."

The induction will come in a ceremony during the semi-finals of the ATP Hall of Fame Championships grasscourt event.

"We are looking forward to a great weekend at the International Tennis Hall of Fame as we celebrate the induction of one of the most exciting athletes of our sport," Hall of Fame chief executive Mark Stenning said.






Monday, June 13, 2011

Agassi To Play In Exhibition Match In Newport

Agassi To Play In Exhibition Match In Newport

Andre Agassi will be inducted to the International Tennis Hall of Fame on 9 July.

Topping off the induction festivities, we will have the Hall of Fame Weekend celebration, a live simulcast of the sold-out Induction Ceremony, the Hall of Fame Classic Exhibition Match and the Brooks Brothers Lunch with Legends.

"Hall of Fame Weekend 2011 has generated tremendous interest and enthusiasm from Andre's and Peachy Kellmeyer's fans from around the world. It will undoubtedly be one of the most exciting weekends in tennis this year," said Christopher E. Clouser, chairman of the International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum. "We are very pleased to be able to offer these new events to extend the festivities and give more fans an opportunity to be part of this very special weekend."

The Induction Ceremony, will feature a visit from Agassi and Peachy Kellmeyer immediately after the ceremony for their first interviews after Induction.

The festivities will kick off with never-before-seen tribute videos, compiled from footage of great career moments and messages of congratulations from colleagues and friends. All guests will receive a commemorative event program, and tickets to visit the Museum after the ceremony to view special tribute exhibits showcasing the lives and careers of the new inductees.
The simulcast offers an exclusive opportunity to be part of the inductees first interviews after induction and it is a great opportunity for fans who did not get Induction Ceremony tickets, or who may prefer to be in a shaded, air-conditioned venue to watch this great moment in tennis history.

On Sunday, 10 July at 10 a.m. Agassi will play the Hall of Fame Classic Exhibition Match. Also playing with Andre will be Todd Martin. The two players faced off 18 times during their career, with Agassi taking 13 wins. Additional players for the exhibition match will be announced shortly.

After the exhibition, fans are invited to enjoy a luncheon and tennis talk with legendary Hall of Famers in the Brooks Brothers Lunch with Legends. Hall of Famers from a variety of backgrounds including great champions, in-the-know journalists and tennis industry administrators and pioneers will join fans for a luncheon and to share some of their favorite tennis stories, discuss current news of the game and take questions from the audience.

Plus, the singles and doubles finals of the Campbell's Hall of Fame Tennis Championships will begin at 2 p.m.



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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Video: Sampras vs Agassi at BNP Paribas Showdown

Video: Sampras vs Agassi at BNP Paribas Showdown

Sampras defeats old rival Agassi in BNP Paribas Showdown exhibition ...

Video: Michelle Obama, USTA, Andre Agassi Announce "Let's Move"

Video: Michelle Obama, USTA, Andre Agassi Announce "Let's Move"

USA First Lady Michelle Obama teamed up with USTA's ambassadors Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf for the "Let's Move" campaign whose intiative is to fight childhood obesity.

Kurt Kamperman, USTA chief executive, said, “Every kid is at risk to be sedentary. There’s so much you can do that’s passive now that wasn’t the case 20 years ago.”

"Let's Move" hopes to encourage children to eat a healthy diet and excercise at least 60 minutes a day.
The USTA is forwarding the 10 and Under tennis program to come to life with smaller rackets, different balls more appropiate for children, and minimizing the court so the game is more playable and accessible.






Video: Interview with Andre Agassi

Video: Interview with Andre Agassi

Before his match last night with Pete Sampras at the BNP Paribas Showdown at Madison Square Garden, Andre Agassi sat down with our Steve Tignor to discuss the match, today's men's game and his most memorable shot.....



You ca read the interview Here!

Monday, February 28, 2011

Watch Pete Sampras vs Andre Agassi Tennis 2011 Online Free Live Streaming

Watch Live Stream Pete Sampras vs Andre Agassi Tennis 2011 Online

Monday, February 28th 2011
Tennis Exhibition Match: Pete Sampras vs Andre Agaasi

Watch live stream Pete Sampras vs Andre Agassi Online at the BNP Paribas Showdown for the Billie Jean King Cup.
The event is scheduled on 28th February, 2011 at Madison Square Garden which features two great tennis rivalries as John McEnroe faces off against Ivan Lendl to be followed by Pete Sampras against Andre Agassi.

Kickoff starting at 7:00 p.m. ET on ESPN3 from the world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden.

19:00 - 23:00 ET Time
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