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With his 1999 win at the French Open he became the first man since Rod Laver in the Sixties to win all four grand slam events in his career and the only player besides German tennis star Steffi Graf to win all four plus an Olympic gold medal for singles.

Fittingly, he and Steffi soon began dating - and two years later the couple announced they were expecting their first child.

And in 1999 it seemed Andre Agassi was headed down that path.

He tumbled to 141 in the rankings, put on weight, and seemed to be enjoying his new life in Hollywood alongside wife Brooke Shields.

In 1993 he started dating star Brooke Shields and the two married in California on April 19, 1997.

"I was playing a lot of golf, going out a lot, enjoying Brooke's world," says Andre. It was nice not to have the responsibility I've known since I was a child." However, the charms of Hollywood soon wore thin and the couple divorced amicably just ten days shy of their two-year wedding anniversary.

" your correspondent asked Andre Agassi after the world's No 1 tennis player had spent 20 minutes practising with Steffi Graf on the Centre Court at the Schleyer Halle in Stuttgart.

"Harder than Brad's," a smiling Agassi replied, with reference, if not deference, to his coach, Brad Gilbert, who once won

"I was playing a lot of golf, going out a lot, enjoying Brooke's world," says Andre. It was nice not to have the responsibility I've known since I was a child." However, the charms of Hollywood soon wore thin and the couple divorced amicably just ten days shy of their two-year wedding anniversary." your correspondent asked Andre Agassi after the world's No 1 tennis player had spent 20 minutes practising with Steffi Graf on the Centre Court at the Schleyer Halle in Stuttgart."Harder than Brad's," a smiling Agassi replied, with reference, if not deference, to his coach, Brad Gilbert, who once won $1m (£600,000) as the runner-up at the Grand Slam Cup in Munich.In 2004, the then 34-year-old became the second oldest singles champion ever to win the Cincinnati Masters - which, in turn, took the number of singles titles he'd won to 59.Andre announced his retirement from professional tennis at the US open in 2006 and received an eight minute long standing ovation from the crowd.In 1992, he jetted off to Wimbledon at the last minute after nearly deciding to skip the All England lawn event entirely. He shocked even himself, defeating Goran Ivanisevic in the finals and claiming his first major title.

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"I was playing a lot of golf, going out a lot, enjoying Brooke's world," says Andre. It was nice not to have the responsibility I've known since I was a child." However, the charms of Hollywood soon wore thin and the couple divorced amicably just ten days shy of their two-year wedding anniversary.

" your correspondent asked Andre Agassi after the world's No 1 tennis player had spent 20 minutes practising with Steffi Graf on the Centre Court at the Schleyer Halle in Stuttgart.

"Harder than Brad's," a smiling Agassi replied, with reference, if not deference, to his coach, Brad Gilbert, who once won $1m (£600,000) as the runner-up at the Grand Slam Cup in Munich.

In 2004, the then 34-year-old became the second oldest singles champion ever to win the Cincinnati Masters - which, in turn, took the number of singles titles he'd won to 59.

Andre announced his retirement from professional tennis at the US open in 2006 and received an eight minute long standing ovation from the crowd.

In 1992, he jetted off to Wimbledon at the last minute after nearly deciding to skip the All England lawn event entirely. He shocked even himself, defeating Goran Ivanisevic in the finals and claiming his first major title.

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"I was playing a lot of golf, going out a lot, enjoying Brooke's world," says Andre. It was nice not to have the responsibility I've known since I was a child." However, the charms of Hollywood soon wore thin and the couple divorced amicably just ten days shy of their two-year wedding anniversary.

" your correspondent asked Andre Agassi after the world's No 1 tennis player had spent 20 minutes practising with Steffi Graf on the Centre Court at the Schleyer Halle in Stuttgart.

"Harder than Brad's," a smiling Agassi replied, with reference, if not deference, to his coach, Brad Gilbert, who once won $1m (£600,000) as the runner-up at the Grand Slam Cup in Munich.

In 2004, the then 34-year-old became the second oldest singles champion ever to win the Cincinnati Masters - which, in turn, took the number of singles titles he'd won to 59.

m (£600,000) as the runner-up at the Grand Slam Cup in Munich.

In 2004, the then 34-year-old became the second oldest singles champion ever to win the Cincinnati Masters - which, in turn, took the number of singles titles he'd won to 59.

Andre announced his retirement from professional tennis at the US open in 2006 and received an eight minute long standing ovation from the crowd.

In 1992, he jetted off to Wimbledon at the last minute after nearly deciding to skip the All England lawn event entirely. He shocked even himself, defeating Goran Ivanisevic in the finals and claiming his first major title.

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