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Agassi Moves Closer to Title No. 6 in Washington
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LEGG MASON TENNIS CLASSIC
Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
August 19, 2004

Top seed Andre Agassi advanced to his seventh consecutive quarterfinal in Washington as he defeated Kristian Pless of Denmark 6-4, 6-2. Agassi, who won his eighth straight match this summer, fired 12 aces and was never broken in the 64-minute match.

WHAT THE PLAYERS SAID:
Agassi: "It's not pressure anymore. It's a great feeling to have the crowd support. I enjoy playing here and my best results have been here, San Jose, Key Biscayne, Scottsdale. It's always nice to play where you play well at. I feel comfortable and this arena allows me to execute my game.

"It always makes things easier when your serve is on and that certainly was the case tonight. My game doesn't evolve around my serve and tonight I was serving very well.

"He's a talented player with a big game. I played him before on clay and it's a whole different story on this surface."

QUARTERFINALS PREVIEW
We're into the quarterfinals at the Legg Mason Tennis Classic in Washington, with top seed Andre Agassi and second Lleyton Hewitt hoping to remain on course to meet in the final.

Five-time champion Agassi, making his 15th consecutive appearance in the tournament and 16th appearance overall, is through to his 10th quarterfinal in Washington since making his debut in 1987. The 34-year-old, who won the title in 1990-91, '95, '98-99 and reached the final in 2000 (l. to Corretja), meets Frenchman Paul-Henri Mathieu in the quarterfinals.

Agassi, who came into the tournament having defeated Carlos Moya, Andy Roddick and Lleyton Hewitt to win the Western & Southern Financial Group Masters in Cincinnati, extended his winning streak to eight matches with wins over Paul Goldstein and Kristian Pless this week. Agassi, who has reached the semifinal or better in his six appearances in Washington, defeated Mathieu in their only previous meeting at Roland Garros in 2002, coming back from two sets down to win in five.


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If he wins it he will have his 60th career title!

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GO ANDRE GO! This would be awesome!
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Come on,Andre!!!I believe you can win more titles!!!

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If he wins it he will have his 60th career title!
And he will pass Bjorn Borg with # of titles soon.

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Is there live scoring for this tournament?

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And he will pass Bjorn Borg with # of titles soon.
Borg: 57 singles titles, 4 doubles titles

Agassi: 59 singles titles, 1 doubles title


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Is there live scoring for this tournament?
Yes..
http://www.leggmasontennisclassic.com/
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thanks sol(#)

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Andre won! 6-4, 6-4.

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Andre won! 6-4, 6-4.
Yeh,

Andre did it again!!!! A. Agassi def. P. Mathieu 6-4, 6-4!!!
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Re: Andre at Legg Mason 2004

Few pix of Andre: Legg Mason, August, 2004:



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New pic of Andre, 20 August, 2004:



Andre Agassi blows a kiss to the crowd after defeating Paul-Henri Mathieu at the Legg Mason Tennis Classic on Friday, Aug. 20, 2004, in Washington. Agassi won the match, 6-4, 6-4.
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Re: Andre at Legg Mason 2004

Who does Andre play next? GO ANDRE!!!

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Re: Andre at Legg Mason 2004

next Andre plays Gilles Muller of Luxembourg, ranked 162 in the ATP race.

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