A candid and engrossing memoir, "Open" tells the remarkable story of a man who was groomed to be a tennis champion from birth. Despite achieving fame, wealth, and eight grand slam titles, Andre Agassi struggled to find fulfillment in the sport he came to resent. Through his highs and lows, Agassi reveals his early success, marriage to Brooke Shields, interest in philanthropy, and uncomfortable relationship with fame. This book goes far beyond a professional tennis memoir and offers readers a glimpse into the life of a man who overcame great challenges to find true happiness.
I really enjoyed Open, it was so amazing to hear his story and his struggle of not enjoying the sport and then finally finding his love for it. – source
2022-08-17T05:33:14.000ZJust finished reading 2 books: Spider Network: on the LIBOR fixing. Excellent read. But the Real Deal was @AndreAgassi 's Autobio. Amazing English! While I never quite forgave him for stealing Steffi from me, I grant him that he's written probably the best sport Auto Bio ever – source