Andre Agassi & Hall Of Fame
July 9, 2011 by staff
Andre Agassi & Hall Of Fame, The former tennis No. 1 ranked Andre Agassi will be inducted into Hall of Fame International Tennis at the Newport Casino in Newport, on Saturday July 9. Olympic gold medalist, Davis Cup winner and philanthropist Agassi will open with executive women’s tennis Kellmeyer Peachy. Agassi has won five Grand Slams which, including the French Open in 1999 and also married Steffi Graf in 2001. Agassi retired from tennis at the age of 36 in 2006, losing to Benjamin Becker in the third round of U.S. Open 2006.
The International Tennis hall of fame & Museum is a nonprofit organization, dedicated to the preservation of the history of tennis. It is an inspiring and encouraging for the development of junior tennis, tennis for the consecration of children, and also provides a landmark for tennis enthusiasts worldwide. The International Tennis Federation officially knew the International Tennis hall of fame & Museum as the Hall of Fame of the sport in 1986.
The Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island in Rhode Island in the United States, in honor of Hall of Fame, 218, 13 grass tennis courts and an indoor tennis capacity and a 297-seat historic theater.
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