Agassi



noun
Andre (ˈɑːndreɪ). born 1970, US tennis player: winner of eight Grand Slam singles titles (1992–2003), including four Australian Opens (1995, 2000, 2001, 2003)
Contemporary Examples

agassi raised lots of money from institutions and venture capitalists, and Better Place set about building the infrastructure.
Let’s All Say Kaddish for Better Place Daniel Gross May 27, 2013

agassi recalled another locker-room scene, in the 2006 U.S. Open, his final tournament.
Jimmy Connors Memoir Shows He Wasn’t Misunderstood, He Was Just a Jerk James Zug May 13, 2013

agassi is candid and self-effacing throughout, if anything a little overindulgent.
Book Bag: Rosecrans Baldwin’s Favorite Celebrity Memoirs Rosecrans Baldwin June 24, 2013

Finally, agassi hoped to tap into the Zionist impulse to get behind grand national projects.
Let’s All Say Kaddish for Better Place Daniel Gross May 27, 2013

Guys like agassi and Sampras are a long way away, and the young guys take their place.
Federer Breaks His Silence Joshua Robinson September 5, 2010

agassi strategized to make the lithium ion batteries able to be charged at home and work for up to 90 miles.
The New Frontier of Electric Cars Jacquelynn D. Powers August 9, 2010

Peres was crucial in the early fundraising stages, and even accompanied agassi to high-level meetings around the world.
The New Frontier of Electric Cars Jacquelynn D. Powers August 9, 2010

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