Not sure why, but I found this book like most of the other reviewers: captivating. A very different autobiography in that this is so personal. Really give you a glimpse into what the life of "superstars" must be like, and how "unreal" it is, especially coming from someone who basically sounds like a regular normal person. Also you will never read sports columnists without a grade of skepticism again, after understanding how really little insight we have into the regular everyday lives of these people we case as either heros or villains, when in fact they are just people with an extraordinary talent.
I loved this book.
This book was fascinating from beginning to end. I felt Agassi was more honest than most people who tell their story. He gives a revealing interesting look into his life. The narration on this book was also top notch.
I am a huge fan of Andre. I love how much he adores his cute wife. I am empressed how generous he is. I enjoyed learning about his life how ever the language was so offensive that I almost quit listening it several times. I get that maybe that is the way it was for him, but it was a little too much for me.
The book offers us a different perspective of the tennis legend. It was nice to have an inside view of what was going on in his head during his matches. The book was honest, and quite entertaining. I enjoyed it. Thanks for telling us your story, Andre.
The narrator is SO good I thought it was Adnre himself reading.
To see what he has accomplished with what was going on inside his head is fascinating.
I loved this story from start to finish. I am a sports fan and was always aware of Agassi, but I was never a big tennis fan. This revealing portrait of the boy, teen, and man behind "image is everything" is compelling and compulsively readable (listenable). Highly recommended.
What a great listen. I couldn't stop. I listened in my car, I listened on my Zune, I listened on my computer. Well written and very insightful. Thanks Andre !
I'm sorry to say this incredible story was horribly read by Erik Davies. His tone-deaf impersonations were so bad that it ruined the book for me. He reduced Andre and Brook into cardboard caricatures of themselves. Better to simply read this book. Too bad Andre didn't read it himself.
I loved every minute of "Open"
I always enjoyed routing for Andre during the good times and the bad.
The descriptions of the matches I felt like I was watching them all over.