Andre Agassi once teased his wife Steffi Graf about his French Open title record

Andre Agassi wrote his name in tennis history as one of the greatest players. The former American player won eight Grand Slam titles during his glorious career. Moreover, he was the first player to win all four Grand Slam titles on three different surfaces.

This happened when he won his first and only French Open title in 1999. His wife, Stefi Graff, meanwhile, won six French Open titles. Agassi, in an old tweet, he teased his wife about her incredible record while taking an indirect hit.


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Andre Agassi jokingly pushed Steffi Graf for more clay majors

In 2019, Roland Garros wished Agassi his birthday with a photo of him winning his only major on clay in 1999. The eight-time Grand Slam champion took the opportunity, not only to acknowledge the official account post, but rather, to tease his wife, 22-time Grand Slam champion Steffi Graf.

He tweeted, “I’m not as anxious as my wife. I only needed 1 @RolandGarros, thank you”.

Steffi Graf won six titles on clay and carried the name of women’s tennis in the 90s. Along with this, she won four Australian Open titles, seven Wimbledon titles and five US Open titles .

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – JANUARY 16: Steffi Graf and Andre Agassi attend the Longines Melbourne Boutique Launch on January 16, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Sam Tabone/WireImage)

The former world No. 1 is only behind Martina Navratilova and Chris Evert in terms of career titles in the singles category, and only Serena Williams and Margaret Court have more Grand Slam titles.

The glorious careers of Agassi and Graf


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Andre Agassi, with eight Grand Slam titles under his name and an Olympic gold medal, is one of the best tennis players to come out of the United States.

PARIS – JUNE 6: Tennis players Steffi Graf (L) and Andre Agassi attend the Graf-Agassi Foundation Charity Match presented by Longines at Stade Roland Garros on June 6, 2009 in Paris, France. (Photo by Michel Dufour/WireImage)

The player retired in 2006 with 60 career titles. On the other hand, his wife Steffi Graf has won 107 career titles including 22 Grand Slam titles. The two players got married in 2001 and after retiring from tennis, they live with their two children while keeping in touch with tennis.


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The star couple, Graff-Agassi, have also made significant efforts to give back to society, particularly through their foundations. The Andre Agassi Educational Foundation and Steffi Graf’s “Children for Tomorrow” provide education and support to children in disadvantaged communities around the world.

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