Should an "icon" write a book where he reveals how imperfect he is?
I think it shows courage on Agassi's part that he chose to reveal the many cupboards in his skeleton ... or, rather, the many skeletons in his cupboard.
Agassi was a boyhood hero for me and many people of my generation.
I have grown up watching the likes of Agassi and Sampras and Becker and others of that generation.
Now, they are retired and married and settled and we are busy with our mundane lives.
It's good to hark back to those "golden" days when we were all younger and the world seemed so full of possibilities ...