I think Agassi would still have been able to do quite well even in today's conditions. The AO wasn't super fast back then and that was his best Slam. Miami was also a pretty slow hard court and he won that six times, I believe.Makes me think with courts being so fast at the USO back then, how Agassi would have fared if he were to play on today's surface.
He should have gone for stronger arms and biceps after 28 to keep generating it.It is incredible to see that rackethead acceleration. His footwork is incredible, but the pace he was able to generate off the forehand wing was just incredible in those days.
If every ATG had equal movement, I think agassi comes out on top more often than not on all surfaces, due to sheer ballstriking power and consistency.Old Andre playing with a cortisone injection directly into his spine prior to the match--- still the greatest ball striker ever in my eyes. Novak is more Gumby-ish and flexible (and faster with better movement), but for pure ball striking, Andre is King. Fabulous match!