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I have read many autobiographies and several from tennis players... McEnroe, Becker, Sampras but by far Agassi's book is the ultimate, the standard, the benchmark. It really is an opena nd brutally honest insight into the life and mind of Andre Agassi.It is an excellent read for anyone, even if you are not interested in tennis or indeed sport in general, you would not be disappointed with this read. A lot of reviews call books 'must reads' but truly this story is a MUST READ. He tells his story right from the beginning and manages to give us an excellent view of life inside and outside tennis and how he managed to merge the two. For anyone struggling to find their place in life, Agassi's story can be a beacon of light and hope. Never give up and your rewards will come. Beautifully written.
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Very good book from Scholes. Like Giggs' book, he uses photographs from throughout his career to talk about the important games and events in his footballng life. A very easy read despite the 300 pages of content and excellent colour photos. The entire book is about football, his views on his own performances but a lot of praise for his teammates and club staff around him. You very clearly get the imperssion Paul Scholes is all about football and if you buy this book because you love Scholes as a footballer, you will be delighted with it.