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Andre Agassi News Archive
The former tennis superstar and the stunning actress decided to break off their marriage back in 1999, and apparently their road to Splitsville was VERY bumpy!
In fact, while hosting the Today show (above), the topic of divorce came up and Brooke decided to reveal just how nasty things got between her and Andre, and apparently some pretty awful things were said!
At one point, he allegedly told her:
Elton John will be having his 20th annual Mylan WTT Smash Hits next week along with longtime friend, Billie Jean King.
The charity event will benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation and the Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force.
Sir Elton said:
So wonderful! So much charity happening these past few weeks!
Andre Agassi, tennis player and now charitable humanitarian, set up an evening with Andre Agassi's Grand Slam For Children at the Wynn Resort in Las Vegas!
Showing the love was Train, Carrot Top, Smokey Robinson, and Jimmy Kimmel amongst others!!
Hope it was a hit, Andre!
Check out the other pics below!
[Image via WENN.]
We LOVE this! Andy Samberg was asked to portray some of tennis' most famous rivalries for a New York Times Magazine and he serves them up with a perfect ace.
The Motherlover was photographed by Walter Iooss Jr., the same man who captured the actual iconic images of rivalries between players John McEnroe, Bjorn Borg, Andre Agassi, Jimmy Connors, and Pete Sampras.
The results are HIGHlariously uncanny! We've got more pics below, but click here for ALL of Samberg's impersonations.
[Image via New York Times.]
While Derek Jeter was busy setting Major League Baseball records on Saturday, a retired tennis player was being recognized for records he broke years ago.
Andre Agassi, winner of eight Grand Slam singles titles and the oldest player to reach the top of the rankings, was honored with an induction into the International Tennis Hall of Fame on Saturday.
He was joined on stage by his wife and women's tennis great, Steffi Graf, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2004 for her accomplishments in the sport.
Check out the video above for more details and to hear part of Agassi's gracious, yet inspiring speech.