Agassi's Diary
Clay Court

Andre Agassi, together with Lavazza, looks back at his experience at Roland-Garros, recalling his love-hate relationship with the red clay. In fact, the young Agassi lost the final of the prestigious tournament in both 1990 and 1991, before eventually going on to win it several years later in 1999.
Commitment, constant dedication and his quest for perfection through attention to detail are what enabled Andre Agassi to succeed in this Grand Slam, made particularly complex because of his method of playing from the baseline. The win made Agassi one of just eight players who have won all four Grand Slams: the Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon and the U.S. Open.

The journey back through the most iconic and memorable moments of Andre Agassi's life is just at the beginning. The red clay of Roland-Garros, where he won his last Grand Slam, is the perfect starting point for celebrating a champion who won everything, but still has a lot to say.