Andre Agassi

Set of illustrations of Andre Agassi in various poses dimensioned with overall height

Andre Agassi, born April 29, 1970, is a retired American tennis player. Agassi has been ranked No. 1, and he was the first male player to win all four Grand Slam tournaments on three different surfaces- hard, clay, and grass. He is an eight-time Grand Slam champion, a runner-up in seven other Grand Slam tournaments, and a 1996 Olympic gold medalist. During his 20-plus year tour career, Agassi was known by the nickname “The Punisher”. His strength was in dictating the play from the baseline, and he was able to consistently take the ball on the rise. Since 2001, Agassi has been married to fellow tennis player Steffi Graf.

Series of outline drawings of Andre Agassi in a range of postures

Andre Agassi has a height of 5’11” (1.80 m) and plays right-handed with a two-handed backhand. Andre Agassi was professionally active from 1986 to 2006.

How tall is Andre Agassi?
Andre Agassi is 5 foot 11 inches (1.80 m) tall.

Details

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5’11” | 1.80 m
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Plays: Right-handed

Backhand: Two-Handed Backhand

Years Active: 1986-2006

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Birthday:
April 29, 1970

Properties

Drawings include:
Andre Agassi front (standing), side (playing), front (playing; various)

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Tennis is a competitive sport where single players (singles) or pairs of players (doubles) use rackets to hit a felt covered rubber ball over a central net onto the opponent’s court. Points are scored by hitting the tennis ball over the net in a way that the opponent is not able to return it.


Tennis Ball
2.575”-2.7” | 6.54-6.86 cm (Diameter)
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View of a Tennis Ball in 3D available for download
Tennis Net
36” | 91.4 cm (Center); 42” | 106.7 cm (Net Post)
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3D model of a Tennis Net viewed in perspective