The semifinals of the French Open are here. So I’d like to share a book written by one of my favorite tennis players, Andre Agassi. From the first page of Open: An Autobiography you are drawn into Andre’s world of tennis and his journey to the top. Driven by his father to play tennis, Andre learned to hate the game . . . even when he was ranked #1. He played professionally for two decades (1986 to 2006), won eight Grand Slam singles championships, and has raised more than $85 million for the Andre Agassi College Preparatory Academy for underprivileged children in Las Vegas. His story is honest, revealing, compelling and inspirational. A great read!