Agassi did not break any news. All the sport dominations come to an end. Sooner or later all the greats, geniuses and gifted athletes either retire for age or injury. We already expect the Federer/Nadal Domination of the Major titles expire. The two have won 20 of the last 24 Majors. For three years in a row no one but the two won the Big trophies. But not yet, and certainly not replaced by Murray. Here is why: Let's go back to 1990 through 2003. For 14 years noone ever won more than two majors a year. In fact, except for 4 of those 14 years noone ever won more than one major. The point am getting at here is that after the Rodge/ Rafa domination this is what we are going to see. Federer dominated because he was exceptionally good on all surfaces and Nadal was exceptionally good on one surface, the result was a closed door to everyone else. Since we do not have a player who is extra good on all surface and there same thing for clay, then top players will all have a chance to win any of those Majors. Murray will never have a chance to dominate. Regarding his claim that the domination of the two is coming to an end, yes but not so fast. Roger's style of game will let him to play at high level fr some time to come. He is still beating most players under 5 with ease. Nadal is only 23. Granted that he has spent some tendons already,but at his age he can still recover and come back. He will be extra hungry for his FO title because that matters the most, and then there is AO.