So when Agassi provoked him, I thought would finally see Sampras have some fun. He walked back, fixed his strings, imitated the pigeon walk, walked over the baseline then back.
Playing a guy over 34 times results in a pretty spot on impersonation.
At the end of it all, I don’t understand why Agassi ended up being more mad at Sampras.
Why didn’t they mix up the teams to make it more even?
Then the main event: Roger Federer and Pete Sampras vs Andre Agassi and Rafael Nadal.
But then Agassi decided to do his impersonation of Sampras.
I thought we were going to see the tongue hanging out, the slumped shoulders, maybe the service motion. Here’s a dollar.” For those of you who didn’t get it, in Agassi’s autobiography, , Agassi writes about an instance where he happened to go to the same restaurant as Sampras.
He behaved like a spoiled child who found some mysterious reason to be cross with Sampras. Fun Fact: Sampras and Federer hold a significant combined edge of 30 slams to 14 held by Agassi and Nadal.