Chat with Andre Agassi

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Andre Agassi In 1998, after re-dedicating himself to tennis, Agassi rose from No. 122 to No. 6 in the world.

Welcome to SportsNation! On Friday, former tennis star Andre Agassi stops by to chat about his sport, as well as his new book, in which he reveals that he took crystal meth during his career, as well as wore a wig.

Agassi released his autobiography "Open" at the end of October. The book chronicles Agassi's life in tennis after turning pro at 16. He also revealed that purposely lost the 1996 Australian Open final.

Over his 20-year career as a pro, Agassi reached 15 Grand Slam finals, winning eight and completing the career Grand Slam, something only Rod Laver and Roger Federer have also done. Agassi also won the gold in the 1996 Olympics, making him the only player to achieve a career golden slam. He won over 800 matches, including 60 titles.

Send your questions now and join Agassi Friday at noon ET!

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