1. Andre Agassi is the 5th of 8 male players in history to achieve this.
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4. Andre Agassi was awarded the ATP Arthur Ashe Humanitarian award in 1995 for his efforts to help disadvantaged youth.
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5. Andre Agassi has donated more than $100,000 to Democratic candidates, and $2000 to Republicans.
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7. Andre Agassi said he wore a hairpiece earlier in his career and thought Pete Sampras was "robotic".
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10. On July 25, 2005, Andre Agassi left Nike after 17 years and signed an endorsement deal with Adidas.
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12. Andre Agassi was an equity investor of a group that acquired Golden Nugget Las Vegas and Golden Nugget Laughlin from MGM Mirage for $215 million in 2004.
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15. In 2015, Andre Agassi took part in just one event of the PowerShares Series, losing to Mark Philippoussis in the final of the Champions Shootout.
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18. Andre Agassi played World Team Tennis for the Philadelphia Freedoms in the summer of 2009.
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22. Andre Agassi won first four matches including a straight set victory in the round 16 of the 1988 US Open and defeating Chang, the defending champion, in the 1990 French Open in a four-set quarterfinal.
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27. Andre Agassi played only two events during the summer hard-court season with his best result being a quarterfinal loss at the Countrywide Classic in Los Angeles to Fernando Gonzalez of Chile, which resulted in him being unseeded at the US Open.
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28. Andre Agassi was defeated in the third round by world No 2 Rafael Nadal.
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31. Andre Agassi won his fourth title in Los Angeles and reached the final of the Rogers Cup, before falling to No 2 Rafael Nadal.
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33. In 2004, Andre Agassi began the year with a five-set loss in the semifinals of the Australian Open to Marat Safin; the loss ended Agassi's 26-match winning streak at the event, a record that still stands.
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39. Andre Agassi was the first male player to have reached four consecutive Grand Slam finals since Rod Laver achieved the Grand Slam in 1969.
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50. Andre Agassi won 73 and lost 9 matches, and was a key player on the United States' Davis Cup winning team—the third and final Davis Cup title of his career.
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53. Andre Agassi compiled a career-best 26-match winning streak during the summer hard-court circuit, with the last victory being in an intense late night four-set semifinal of the US Open against Boris Becker.
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57. Andre Agassi started slowly in 1994, losing in the first week at the French Open and Wimbledon.
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58. In 1993, Andre Agassi won the only doubles title of his career, at the Cincinnati Masters, partnered with Petr Korda.
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62. In 1991, Andre Agassi reached his second consecutive French Open final, where he faced fellow Bollettieri Academy alumnus Jim Courier.
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64. Andre Agassi reached his second Grand Slam final of the year at the US Open, defeating defending champion Boris Becker in the semifinals.
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67. Andre Agassi won his first match against John Austin, but then lost his second match to Mats Wilander.
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71. Andre Agassi was given the middle name Kirk after Kirk Kerkorian, an Armenian American billionaire.
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