SONY OPEN TENNIS 2014
ATP Classic: Agassi Is A Miami Great
by ATP Staff|
In the rich history of the Sony Open Tennis, one man stands above all others as the tournament’s greatest all-time champion.
American legend Andre Agassi won six titles in eight finals in Key Biscayne, his first as a 19 year old in 1990 (d. Edberg) and his last as a 32 year old in 2003 (d. Moya). Only one other player, Rafael Nadal, has won the same ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament more often, with eight victories in Monte Carlo and seven in Rome.
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