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Agassi's Diary

Victory

Andre Agassi had never fully experienced the thrill of victory. Not until the 6th of June, 1999. That time was different, as he tells in his autobiography, Open: he lets the racket, and the tension, drop, releasing an unexpected and unrestrained joy.

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The glance he gave his trainer, immediately after the match, is iconic. A victory he always pursued, and finally conquered eight years after the last disputed final on red clay. Andre retraces it together with Lavazza, discovering the places where, eighteen years ago, he climbed the Olympus of tennis.

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