"Caesars used to have the Alan King Tennis Tournament, and I was a
ball boy there. The top 32 in the world played there. I played
tennis hard almost as soon as I could walk. I was competing at
seven years old, playing tournament after tournament. But being a
ball boy really got me in tune to what the players might or might
not be thinking or feeling, and being up close, watching the
concentration and seeing the sweat, hearing the movement and the
grunting. Caesars would give $50,000 to the winner. They would pay
you in silver dollars that they brought out in a wheelbarrow.
Obviously, that was for show and you would get a check. I remember
watching the greats win, and they would bring the wheelbarrow out.
It was sort of symbolic: This is a dream world, a dream life. But
it only happens if you have the backbone and strength to dream it.
Las Vegas made me feel like I can dream."
Here's where Andre Agassi hits the town in Las
Golden Nugget Las Vegas
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino
Andre's French Restaurant
Emeril's New Orlean's Fish House
Nobu Las Vegas