17 January 2014, 17:19
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Report: Andre Agassi won't coach

Andre Agassi has had a busy and successful career after tennis, and according to his former coach, he doesn't plan on returning to the profession that made him a household name over the course of his illustrious career.

Darren Cahill, Agassi's former coach, told reporters during an Australian Open conference call that he doesn't see the Hall of Famer coaching in the future.

"As far as Andre is concerned, I think if you’re going to pick one player that probably won’t get back into full-time coaching, he’s had several offers, big players, Top 10s, on both the male and female side have approached him, but I think you've seen his life now move more towards the education in the United States. He’s heavily involved in that. I think it would take a drastic alteration for him to turn his attention back to tennis," Cahill said.

The Australian Open is already underway in full force -- and heat -- Down Under.

Agassi was a four-time winner of the Grand Slam Tournament in 1995, 2000, 2001 and 2003. Only Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic have won as many Australian Open titles as Agassi has. 

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