Agassi left unequivocal mark on Key Biscayne championships

In more than two decades of leaving his footprint on the tennis circuit, Andre Agassi accomplished just about everything imaginable. But there was only one tournament he considered a home away from home. From a flamboyant teenager to a beloved champion, Agassi owned the Key Biscayne championships.

Originally Published: April 7, 2008
By Matt Wilansky | ESPN.com

KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. -- The transition of Andre Agassi from a flamboyant rebel to his late-career maturation has been well-chronicled. From a swaggering, sometimes petulant teenager with world in the palm of his hands to one of the most respected, amiable players in the game, he was undeniably one of tennis' most beloved figures during his career.

But here on the grounds of Crandon Park, the site of the just-completed Sony Ericsson Open, the impression Agassi left in his 19 years is ...

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