I think it will all depend on how bad his back is. I hope he is not going yet. He has shown that it takes #1 player to stop him in a major tournament. Hopefully he gives Australia another try.
I think 2006 is the "farewell year". He has to play Wimbledon one more time cause he can't voluntarily miss 3 in a row.Cervantes said:Agassi explicitly thanked the croud for 20 years of support at the US Open, could that mean he's thinking of not playing next year?
After watching him play over the last two weeks I hate to see him go, but you have to admit he's not as fit as he used to be.
Daniel said:Agassi says he has no plans to retire
NEW YORK, Sept 11 (Reuters) - Andre Agassi has no plans to retire from tennis after pushing Roger Federer hard before losing 6-3 2-6 7-6 6-1 in the U.S. Open final on Sunday.
The 35-year-old has fielded numerous questions this year about his plans and eyebrows were raised when he thanked the crowd for their support over his 20 consecutive years at the U.S. Open.
But at a news conference, he said he would continue to play.
"My intention is to keep working and keep doing what I am doing," Agassi said. "The only thing better than the last 20 years (at the U.S. Open) will be 21."
Agassi has won eight grand slam titles and is one of only five men to have won all four grand slam events.
A farewell year and 20 year comparisons in 2006.Bilbo said:All right, so another year for Agassi