‘Let’s Go Momma’- Andre Agassi’s 20-Year-Old Daughter Cheers Hard for Steffi Graf’s Breath-Taking Comeback at Pickleball Slam 2

Published 02/04/2024, 10:29 PM EST

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Pickleball Slam 2 saw tennis legends Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf team up. Agassi welcomed Jack Sock and Steffi Graf to his team, having won the Pickleball Slam in its inaugural season alongside Australian Andy Roddick. Agassi and Sock won the first match, and now Sock and Graf will team up to play James Blake and Maria Sharapova. Agassi’s daughter, Jaz Elle Agassi, is excited to watch her parents demolish stars in another sport.

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The first contest of the Pickleball Slam 2 saw Agassi and Sock beat tennis icon John McEnroe and Blake by a score of 11-7, 9-11, 11-8. Now it is time for Graff to take center stage and she will have her fans backing her. They are joined by Jaz Elle Agassi, who is hyping up her parents’ activities in the tournament.

She recently added a post to her Instagram story that showed Agassi’s entry for his first match. She shared another post on her Instagram story, where she showed Graf and Sock warming up for their match, with the caption, “Let’s go momma!“.

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Jaz Elle also shared a video of the scoreboard after Agassi and Sock won their match against McEnroe and Black. Now, Graf will play and her clash will be followed by the marquee event in the tournament, which will be McEnroe/Sharapova vs. Agassi/Graf. This will be some sight for the fans who saw the stars play during their heydays on the tennis court. They now get to see their favorite legends play a different sport.

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Agassi and his team won the first bout, and they will now be looking to win the second one to win the $1 million cash prize. The tournament will continue for another contest that will feature Agassi and Graff against McEnroe and Sharapova. For McEnroe, this will be a chance to avenge his defeat to Agassi at the Pickleball Slam 1 event last year.

Agassi and Andy Roddick grabbed a $1 million purse for winning Pickleball Slam 1

Agassi and Andy Roddick earned a $1 million purse after beating McEnroe and Michael Chang in a winner-take-all doubles match 21-15, 21-23, 12-10 last year. The event was played at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino & Hotel in Hollywood, Florida.

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McEnroe defeated Agassi 15-13, 16-14 in the first singles match, while Roddick defeated Chang 15-10, 15-10 in the second. The doubles game was the decider in the slam, and Agassi and Roddick prevailed. Last year, Steffi Graf was subbed on at one point but this time around she will compete in two matches. She will have her daughter cheering her on as she hopes to win the $1 million prize at stake with her husband, Andre Agassi.

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