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Old 11-16-2012, 02:14 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by joeri888 View Post
I think there's no book out there as honest and interesting as the Agassi one. Certainly not the Sampras biography (it does not compare) and not the Roger Federer story (quest for perfection I think its called) which are reasonably entertaining at most, and only if you don't know what is already publicly available about them. The Nadal book I haven't read. I can imagine it being interesting if you are a big fan of his. I'm not, so it doesnt attract me.
Thanks joeri. No not really a Nadal fan though I do enjoy watching him play. And yes apparently Agassi's is the most frank of all the autos.

But I still wouldn't mind reading the Sampras auto, would like to read what he has to say about Agassi and his coach etc.
That is all.
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