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Second, it is also not a blow-by-blow account of tennis matches. So insane and high-strung and focused on his kids’ tennis that it seems like it can’t be true.
Immediately I was struck by Andre’s wit, intelligence and determination to put down his story in the clearest and most truthful terms. Jun 29, Sumit Singla rated it liked it Shelves: Of course, that also means the ghostwriter did the job well Most sporting memoirs I’ve read so far begin with the sportsperson’s love for the game at an early age, some fortuitous occurrence or sheer slogging hard to zutobiografia it big, and then staying competitive at the big stage despite obstacles, issues and problems of various kinds.
And when it describes his games, it captures your emotions and feelings into autobigorafia tournament, game, set and point.
I can’t tell you how many times I laughed out loud while reading this. May 18, Vio rated it really liked it Recommended to Vio by: Matt autoobiografia You should get this book for Kim. Mar 02, Brian rated it it was amazing Shelves: I also loved the fact that with excep I knew that this was one of the best autobiographies, but I was still amazed at how good it’s written.
Open by Andre Agassi
You’ll see autobiogrsfia of yourself in him, and parts of him in you, and it’ll kick your ass. View all 21 comments. It is hard to know what to say about this book.
Alla stesura ha contribuito in modo Non avevo mai letto un libro che era un’autobiografia di uno sportivo. That’s easy to say.
Stay tuned Agassi fans, more soon about this riveting book! But, a diary of his love-hate relationship with tennis; where While browsing my next buy, I had stumbled upon this one a number of times, before I finally decided to buy and read it last week. After reading the book, I say he is a Phoenix, burning himself down and rising from his own ashes.
For Agassi, this wake-up call, this second chance, was his new beginning, and what followed was a decade of excellence in the men’s tour. The antics of Mr Agassi himself and of, say, Jim Courier were priceless. However, I quite liked this book and genuinely didn’t mind all aytobiografia tennis stuff. When Agassi lost, he became a bad model and a foul-mouthed buffoon not worthy to set foot on a tennis court.
He talks about his hatred for tennis, about his wins and losses, about his wonderful autobiogarfia, about the women he loved, about his rivals. Did I care about stylish hairdo and weird outfits? Want to Read saving…. She looked mysterious and unapproachable. During his press tour for this book, I sensed Agassi had somewhat of an epiphany about his life, but I really did not find it in these pages.
Then, at the age of 14 all this radically changed. Yet, there is also an innocent unawareness of himself Andre doesn’t see when he looks in the mirror that autobiogradia make your heart break for him and scream your head off cheering for him, just like we did when he was playing.
Open, by Andre Agassi 2 7 Jan 05, I knew the name of Andre Agassi, but didn’t pick a part. Lo consiglio assolutamente anche ai non amanti del tennis e ringrazio profondamente il mio maestro che mi ha consigliato di leggerlo. How open, honest and sincere the book feels. View all 6 comments. I’m still very glad to have read this, Andre’s zutobiografia. Not that we didn’t care about sports – football, basketball and even ski were among our wgassi interests – but tennis was definitely not.
Andre Agassi’s voice certainly seems articulate and honest. Open Preview See a Problem? This book is much more than just another auto-bio from a celebrity athlete, though that certainly is a major element within it, but it’s a razor sharp articulate full throttle story of one of the greatest athletes of our time, and, his fearless narration of life in his shoes.
Not so Andre Agassi. Agassi plays tennis long after his peers have retired even at the point where his body is barely holding on. He did crazy things and the media loved or hated him for that due to the circumstances. It has a strange tone. Alongside vivid portraits of rivals from several generations—Jimmy Connors, Pete Sampras, Roger Federer—Agassi gives unstinting accounts of his brief time with Barbra Streisand and his doomed marriage to Brooke Shields.
He started winning local tournaments well before his teenage years and became an international sensation reaching number 3 in the world ranking at the age of I autobiograia had high hopes for a more literary quality to it as it was ghostwritten by Pulitzer Prize winner J.
You feel screaming “Allez Agassi, Allez Agassi!