It took him a while to return to Melbourne after his retirement in 2006, too.
The four-time Australian Open champion pulled out his cell phone and snapped a photo of the reporters crammed into the tiny space, asking, “Do you mind if I memorialize this for posterity?”
Now 42 and the father of two children with wife Steffi Graf, Agassi is in Melbourne to take part in a ceremony before the men’s final in Rod Laver Arena on Sunday night.
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