Andre Agassi: 'Retirement is like preparing for death. Djokovic? He should win all the time'



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Andre Agassi: 'Retirement is like preparing for death. Djokovic? He should win all the time'
Andre Agassi: 'Retirement is like preparing for death. Djokovic? He should win all the time' (Provided by Tennis World USA)

Andre Agassi retired from professional tennis only at the age of 35. Many legends in his Era, for example Pete Sampras or Boris Becker, stopped playing tennis in their early 30s. Now the average age of the tennis players increased: Djokovic is 29 and doesn't think about the retirement, Roger Federer wants to keep playing at least for other two years more, Serena Williams is 35 and is still successful.

Interviewed by CNN the Former American player admitted it wasn't an easy decision for him after 21 dream years where he won Eight Grand Slam titles: 'It's like preparing for death. Nobody knows what it's going to feel like and nobody knows when it is going to happen and when it does, it's your time.' Just about the veteran Serena Williams, he surprisingly said that could achieve more if she was more motivated.

His opinion is different towards Novak Djokovic, who is right now stronger than the rest of players despite having some difficult months in terms of results. Agassi thinks Nole should win everything all the time. 'That is how he separated Nole from everybody.' ALSO READ: Rafael Nadal: 'I can win a Grand Slam, I feel competitive. This year I've been unlucky'

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