Upon retiring from tennis on September 3, 2006, after losing in the U.S. Open third round, ANDRE AGASSI SPEAKER received an eight minute standing ovation. His closing remarks will be remembered as one of the most inspirational and loving messages to fans ever: "Thanks.

The scoreboard said I lost today, but what the scoreboard doesn't say is what it is I have found. And over the last 21 years, I have found loyalty. You have pulled for me on the court and also in life. I've found inspiration. You have willed me to succeed sometimes even in my lowest moments. And I've found generosity. You have given me your shoulders to stand on to reach for my dreams, dreams I could never have reached without you. Over the last 21 years, I have found you. And I will take you and the memory of you with me for the rest of my life."

ANDRE AGASSI SPEAKER i's retirement ended a 21-year career that included 60 career singles titles in such events as the U.S. Open, Wimbledon, the French Open, and the Australian Open. ANDRE AGASSI SPEAKER also won an Olympic gold medal in 1996. Known for his impressive career, Agassi has used his fame for good. In 1994, Agassi founded the Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation which has raised over $60 million for at-risk children in Southern Nevada. In 2001, the foundation opened the Andre Agassi College Preparatory Academy in Las Vegas - a tuition-free K-12 public charter school for at-risk kids. Agassi was honored for his charitable deed with the ATP Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award in 1995. Agassi will always be remembered as an incredible tennis player, who is an equally incredible person.

ANDRE AGASSI is a Winning Keynote  SPEAKER
The perfect choice for your next special event, Andre Agassi is truly a keynote speaker with a difference. Whether he is discussing his illustrious tennis career, or sharing stories about his highly-regarded charitable foundation, Mr. Agassi has a warm, engaging presence that sets him apart from other celebrity speakers