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ATP;Agassi: Victory helps ease sting of grand slam losses
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USA TODAY (pre-1997 Fulltext) - McLean, Va.
Author: Fogarty, Mark
Date: Nov 19, 1990
Start Page: 02.C
Section: SPORTS
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The only cloud on [Andre Agassi]'s horizon is the threat of a ban from one or more of next year's grand slam tournaments for pulling out of next month's $6 million Grand Slam Cup in Munich. The International Tennis Federation has given Agassi until Sunday to explain his withdrawal.

Agassi - whose ability to win a big match has been questioned since his U.S. Open blowout by [Pete Sampras] - said Sunday's win, on the heels of his semifinal victory against No. 2 Boris Becker, provided an emotional balance to the two grand slam defeats.

Agassi, 20, of Las Vegas, defeated No. 1 Stefan Edberg of Sweden 5-7, 7-6 (7-5), 7-5, 6-2 in Sunday's final in 3 hours, 15 minutes.

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