"Bit of a chump": Andre Agassi continues war of words with John McEnroe ahead of Pickleball Slam 2

Former world number one and famous commentator John McEnroe has called legendary Andre Agassi ‘a chum’ in recent comments.

Both former greats faced each other in the Pickleball events where they were involved in a bit of exchange of words. McEnroe, in a recent comment, called Agassi ‘a chump’, something that will not go down well with the former world number one. "Bit of a chump from last year," he said.

McEnroe has had a fabulous record while playing at the highest level. He ended his illustrious career with seven times to his name. His most successful competition was the US Open where he lifted the title four times.

His last major title was also the US Open in 1984 where he defeated Czech Republic’s Ivan Lendl in straight sets with a score of 6–3, 6–4, 6–1. On the other hand, Agassi ended his career with eight Grand Slam titles.

His most successful competition was the Australian Open where he lifted the title four times. Despite winning just eight major titles, Agassi completed the Career Grand Slam after winning all four big titles. Other than that, Agassi also won the Olympic Gold medal for the country in 1996 after defeating Spain’s Sergi Bruguera with a score of 6–2, 6–3, 6–1.

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