Andre Agassi was born on April 29, 1970, in Las Vegas, Nevada. He is a former World No. 1
professional tennis player from the United States who won eight Grand Slam singles tournaments and an Olympic gold medal in singles. He is one of only five male players to have won all four Grand Slam singles events during his career. He is the only player in the open era to have won every Grand Slam singles title, to have won the Tennis Masters Cup, to have been part of a winning Davis Cup team, and to have won an Olympic gold medal. He won 17 ATP Masters Series tournaments, more than any other player. Tennis Magazine has named him the 7th greatest male player from 1965 through 2005.
Andre Agassi was born in Las Vegas to Emmanuel "Mike" and Elizabeth Dudley.
Andre Agassi earned more than US$30 million in prize-money throughout his career, third only toPete Samprasand Roger Federer. In addition, Agassi earned over US$25 million a year through endorsements, the most by any tennis player, during his career and fourth in all sports at the time.
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