In 1990, aged 19, Agassi became the youngest winner of the prestigious Miami Masters, often referred to as the fifth Grand Slam. His 2003 victory at Key Biscayne gave him a record sixth title there and also provided a neat bookend by making him the oldest player to lift the trophy - at age 32.
In May of the same year, Agassi was crowned world number one, again setting a record as the oldest man to achieve the feat at age 33 years and 13 days.
And in 2005, Agassi's Mercedes Benz victory, which was to be the last time he would lift a trophy, made him the seventh man in history to win 60 titles.
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