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Not bad, all from hitting a fuzzy neon colored ball. His candor, combined with his gift for prose, makes Open one of the best memoirs around, in a market filled with memoirs and tell-alls.

For the first half of the book I sort of thought that Andre sounded like such a “guy. The media thinks he’s a brash young a-hole. Dec 06, Araxie Altounian rated it it was amazing. But, a diary of his love-hate relationship with tennis; where he plays not because he loves autbiografia but he cannot live with a defeat. At my house the Olympics are sacred.

Apr 11, Olariu rated it it was amazing. Lo consiglio assolutamente anche ai auutobiografia amanti del tennis e ringrazio profondamente il mio maestro che mi ha consigliato di leggerlo.

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Then, at the age of 14 all this radically changed. How open, honest and sincere the book feels. You see, I desperately needed some common ground with her to start a conversation. I’m the kind of fan who wakes up at 7 on a Sunday to watch a competion with an unreliable streaming.

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I am not into tennis at all, but read this book back to back with Lang Lang’s memoires, “Journey of a Thousand Miles”.

Ok, now that we’re past the obvious stuff let’s get down to it. He doesn’t hold back his assessments of himself, the mistakes he made, the choices he should have made. The book starts off well with stories of Agassi beating adults at tennis, while still a kid and how his high-strung father got him to practice with a machine he build himself.

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Feb 16, Giovanna rated it really liked it Shelves: It is one of a confused, rebellious and an ever evolving man in search of himself, who by the way, plays great tennis. Drinking and consuming drugs? He has good reading skills but I am wondering: That crazy father of Andre torturing his son by the means of autobiiografia self-built tennis balls shooting machine. And given what he reveals in it, I have little reason to believe that anything is exaggerated, stretched or glossed over.

Agassi has an insane dad. If Yuzu is on tv silence is required.

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It was just such a pleasure to read, even aside from the actual events taking place. Lonely, scared, a ninth-grade dropout, he rebe From Andre Agassi, one of the most beloved athletes in history and one of the most gifted men ever to step onto a tennis court, a beautiful, haunting autobiography.

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Her name was the same of one of the then rising Williams sisters. I can’t tell you how many times I laughed out loud while reading this. I guess that’s what struck me the most. Overnight he becomes a fan favorite and a media target.

Una lotta che richiede esercizio, disciplina, concentrazione. While I now better understand some of the reasons why Agassi was such a troubled soul, after getting out under the thumb of his father zgassi banking tens of millions the “I hate tennis” mantra gets a bit insincere.

Boris Becker is a major asshole, John McEnroe is less of an autobiogratia than people think, and, most interestingly, Agassi’s biggest concern during his early playing days was his thinning hair, which he compensated by donning a wig pinned down with one of his signature headbands.

Because this isn’t just the “story” of a tennis player or just a story at all. Published November 9th by Knopf first published This book kept me awake at night.