Agassi and Ecstasy by Paul Bauman

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A unique and insightful analysis of Andre's psyche. The strength of Bauman's book lies in his longtime affiliation with the Agassi clan and the amount of in-depth material he gathered.

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Published January 7, 2004 by Taylor Trade Publishing. 313 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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In an era dominated by the diffident and restrained Pete Sampras, Agassi has been the media darling: flamboyant, given to tantrums and profanity on court, coloring his hair or shaving his head, wearing eccentric clothing--taking up where Jimmy Connors and John McEnroe left off, at least in the U....

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Entertainment Weekly

Despite its provocative title, this drab unauthorized biography serves up painfully few revelations about the flashiest tennis star of our day.

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