Nadal makes Andre Agassi believe that anything is achievable

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"Andre Agassi of the U.S. celebrates after defeating Karol Beck of Slovakia on the centre court at Roland Garros stadium in Paris in the opening round of the French tennis open championships May 26, 2003. Agassi won 6-2 6-3 6-3. REUTERS" *** Local Caption *** "Andre Agassi of the U.S. celebrates after defeating Karol Beck of Slovakia on the centre court at Roland Garros stadium in Paris in the opening round of the French tennis open championships May 26, 2003. Agassi won 6-2 6-3 6-3. REUTERS"

CAPE TOWN: Legendary tennis player, Andre Agassi penned a letter to support Rafael Nadal in the French Open as he strives it to win for the tenth time in his career.

Agassi won eight grand slams title in his glorious career that also includes a French Open title in 1999. Both Rafael Nadal and Agassi have won Grand Slams on all major events, but, the former American tennis star is impressed with Nadal’s record in Paris.

South African tennis commentator, Rob Koenig, tweeted a picture of Agassi’s message to Nadal.

He wrote, “It took his entire career to accomplish the herculian task of winning the French Open,” he added, “Watching you attempt it to win for the tenth time is remarkable.”

He further wrote in the message, “It is inspriring you make me believe in life that anything is achievable and nothing is impossible.”

 


Nadal has won 14 Grand Slam titles in his career and nine of them came at Roland Garros.

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