André Agassi About His Difficult Childhood

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André Agassi About His Difficult Childhood

André Agassi About His Difficult Childhood

Interview of American tennis player André AGASSI on the occasion of the release in France of his autobiography "Open": he admits having played tennis against his will and having had a childhood all turned towards this sport; the pressure that weighed on his shoulders; at 13, he joined a tennis academy in Florida that he called a "glorified prison camp"; he rebelled, but he had trouble expressing who he was.

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Publication date : 17 December 2009

Reference:
I18192255
Credits:
Producteur: France 2   -   Director : L'henoret, Jean Marc  -  Presenter : Lucet, Elise  -  Participant : Agassi, Andre
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13 Hours   -   Producteur: France 2
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Reference:I18192255

Credits:Director : L'henoret, Jean Marc-Presenter : Lucet, Elise-Participant : Agassi, Andre

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