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Andre Agassi Tennis memorabilia

Posted on September 1, 2011 by Selby There have been 1 comment(s)


Andre Agassi  tennis memorabilia is always in demand.

As former  world no 1, American Tennis  legend Andre Agassi has won eight Grand Slam singles tournaments and an Olympic gold medal in singles.

He is the only player in the open era to have won all four Grand Slam tournaments to have won the ATP tour world championships, have been part of a winning Davis Cup team, and to have won an Olympic gold medal.

Andre won in total 60 career titles including 17 ATP Masters Series tournaments, which is more than any other player.

I recently attended a sports memorabilia auction and was fortunate to purchase several Andre Agassi collectibles amongst which was a signed presentation from his final match, the plaque has a quote from his speech.

”The scoreboard said I lost today, but what the scoreboard doesn’t say is what I have found. And over the last 21 years, I have found loyalty. You have pulled me on the court and also in life. I’ve found inspiration. You have willed me to succeed sometimes even in my lowest moments. And I’ve found generosity. You have given me your shoulders to stand on and reach my dreams, dreams I could never have reached without you. Over the last 21 years, I have found you. And I will take you and the memory of you with me for the rest of my life. Thank you”

There are a number of other Agassi tennis memorabilia items available and any one of them would be a welcome addition to a sports memorabilia collection.


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