Just reading the book "The Agassi Story " written by Andre's dad. Its a great book and he makes a few interesting points about AA's game. He says he sent a teenage Andre to Nick Bollettieri's camp, not because of Nick's sage like knowledge of the game in fact Mike Agassi is pretty unimpressed by the scope of Nick's wisdom, he sent Andre there so he could get good practice playing against the likes of Courier and Wheaton.However he thinks that Bollettieri wrecked AA's game. Mike had taught his son to be a serve and volleyer and Nick turned him into a player who was stuck on the baseline.This refusal to come into the net cost him dearly against Sampras in his US finals. Mike contends that Nick and even Brad Gilbert were too insecure to take his advice on board as a result Andre ended up with a one-dimensional game.He also makes the point that these coaches got Andre to use an oversize racket whereas Sampras and all the big servers used mid-size rackets.Maybe these suggestions if they had been taken on board would have seen or hero reach double figures in the slams, What do people think?