Andre Agassi tells us about the mixture of admiration and fear he has always felt toward Goran Ivanišević, his opponent in the 1992 final. Wimbledon has always been a source of love and hate for the Las Vegas champion, who missed several tournaments because of his reluctance to follow the rules.

The decisive match was a battle played up until the last shot, when the Croatian giant fell, handing the trophy to an incredulous and exhausted Andre Agassi. A new page in the legends of tennis had just been written.