Pickleball Slam 2: Andre Agassi Finds Help From 20-year-old Daughter to Flaunt His and Wife Steffi Graf’s Skills

Published 02/04/2024, 12:45 AM EST

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The excitement levels are high in the sky as Andre Agassi is back on the court once again. The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, USA is set to be on fire as the pickleball slam 2 will be commencing the action soon enough. While every other fan is waiting for the moment, the tennis legends are preparing to get back once again.

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Bringing another surprise from his family, the tennis legend, as he held the court with his wife Steffi Graf, was being filmed by a special guest.

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As the anticipation of the Pickleball Slam 2 is filling the air of the arena, tennis legends Andre Agassi and Stefanie Graf added a touch of family love to their preparation. The couple, as they were seen hitting the ball in a practice session, were accompanied by their 19-year-old daughter Jaz Elle Agassi.

 

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Just a few hours before the event, the Agassi family took charge of the pickleball court, holding their particular sides of the court. Andre Agassi, known for his legendary career in the tennis world, presented a different side as he involved his daughter in the game. Jaz Elle Agassi took the sideline spot as she held a camera to capture her parents on the courts once again.

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This practice session not only built the excitement of the event but also gave a hint of the unexpected events that are highly likely to be seen as the event is set to commence on Sunday night.

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Is Jaz Elle Agassi involved in any racket sport?

While every fan would expect a close connection with rackets and courts, the 19-year-old’s presence at the pickleball event was something rare to see. Earlier, when everyone wondered if the fans would be able to witness the legendary legacy carried out in their offspring, Andre Agassi clearly denied allowing their children to play tennis.

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“There is no second generation in our sport,” he mentioned, ending the hopes of the fans to see his kids on the court. The legend also connected the feeling to every other player as he added, “Parents who were active in the tennis circus don’t want that for their children.” This clearly explains how the surprise presence of Jaz Agassi was a rare moment for the fans. As the event is about to commence, it still remains to be seen what surprises are yet to be unveiled.

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Akshay Kapoor

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Born into a family that practically breathes tennis, I spent my early childhood days huddled together with my loved ones, watching the electrifying rallies of the legendary Rafael Nadal. Such a unique experience forged a lifelong love for the sport in me. Before joining EssentiallySports, I honed my skills while working for a regional website, covering a variety of sports.
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Ananya Giri

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