Before Andre Agassi wrote one of the best books of an athlete, he was multi-champion: 60 titles, 8 Grand Slam tournaments, Davis Cup, Gold medal.
Andre Kirk Agassi turned professional in 1986 at the age of 16. Early talent, he won all four Grand Slam tournaments: the Australian Open four times (95, 2000, 2001, 2003), the US Open two (94, 99) and once at Wimbledon (92) and Roland Garros ( 99).
The Kid from Las Vegas was also an Olympic champion in Atlanta 96, keeping the Gold medal in his country, after defeating the Spanish Sergi Bruguera in the final.
A member of a golden age of tennis in the United States, Agassi was part of the Davis Cup champion, 1990, 1992 and 1995. His Davis record in singles was 30-6.
Agassi ended his career with a record of 870-274, 60 titles and more than $ 30 million in awards. He is the ninth player with the most weeks at the top of the ranking, having been at No. 1 for 101 weeks.