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Open : an autobiography
Andre Agassi
Adult Nonfiction GV994.A43 A43 2009b

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Deena said:
Simply loved the candid from andre...just bought it online from a1books..i must say it is worth every penny..
posted Dec 27, 2009 at 6:14AM
JulieAnn said:
One of the best autobiographies I’ve ever read. And, I’ve added it to my permanent collection. The writing is excellent. The story is compelling. Get into the mind of one of the great tennis professionals. The reader senses what Agassi feels every time he plays a match. Agassi devotes a page at the end of the book to herald the ghost writer who penned this book. I’ve already signed up for J.R. Moehringer’s other work. Don’t miss this autobiography. It will open you to a new vision of tennis!
posted Jan 25, 2010 at 8:30PM
Ted's Review said:
This book was interesting, yes, but I’m not as enthusiastic as the other reviewers. Andre Agassi is so self-absorbed, I found this book tiresome. On the upside, you learn a lot about what it’s like to play tennis at that level, but the downside, you feel you Agassi feels a need to describe every one of the million tennis balls a year he claims to have hit. Poor me, poor me is the theme of most of this book. The whining just doesn’t stop.
posted Jul 18, 2010 at 12:45PM
Winter Jackets at Linden Hills said:
Great book about the inside of pro tennis. Inspiring. Romantic.
posted Feb 25, 2011 at 4:16PM
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