U.S. Open: The Many Faces Of Agassi

The comeback king is at it again, just when tennis really needs him

Sports stars don't usually metamorphose during their careers. They may add a hook shot or throw more curves when the heater loses steam, but they don't start arriving for work in fundamentally different guises. The many faces of Michael Jordan or Mark McGwire? Not really.

And then there's Andre Agassi. "I am constantly changing," he says in what is, for him, a rare understatement.

The completely revamped, 1999-model Agassi motors into this week's U.S. Open in New York City with the top down, the engine bulked up, and the passenger seat empty, Mrs. Agassi--a.k.a. Brooke Shields--having flown the coupe. Now...

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