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Andre Agassi’s 19-Year-Old Daughter Breaks Out From Her Low-Key Profile to Share Wimbledon’s New King Carlos Alcaraz’s Glorious Winning Moment

Carlos Alcaraz Garfia has created history by taking down none other than the 23-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic. The spellbinding performance of the 20-year-old Alcaraz is going to go down in the history of tennis. Consequently, people are all in awe of his astounding victory at Wimbledon. This includes the daughter of tennis legend Andre Agassi, Jaz Agassi who has kept a low profile on social media.



The 20-year-old’s jaw-dropping gameplay left everyone dumbfounded as he charged against the Serbian player. No matter what came his way, he persevered to become the eventual champion.
Andre Agassi’s daughter pays a rare tribute to Carlos Alcaraz
Jaz Elle Agassi is the daughter of iconic tennis couple Steffi Graf and Andre Agassi. But as the couple wished, she has deviated away from tennis and found her own calling. However, that does not mean that she has completely cut herself off from tennis. And this has become evident, especially after yesterday’s Wimbledon finals. A memorable match that has been pinned down into the memories of tennis enthusiasts has also engulfed the attention of Jaz Agassi.



The daughter of Andre Agassi has kept a low profile on social media where she does not have even a single post. However, she does upload Instagram stories once in a while. And this time, her rare posting has been a tribute to the 20-year-old sensational Wimbledon winner.

She shared the Wimbledon post paying tribute to their new young winner as he gets celebrated for his jaw-dropping victory.

People around the world are hailing the young tennis star, however, the defeat has been a roller-coaster ride for Novak Djokovic.Novak Djokovic laughs and tears up after losing Wimbledon title
The 23-time Grand Slam champion was on his move to win his 24th Grand Slam title and would have equalized his record with Margaret Court’s. Apart from that, he would have also had eight Wimbledon titles, the same as Roger Federer.



However, as he looked back upon his 2019 close victory against Federer, he accepted his fate of losing a close match to Alcaraz. But in another moment, as he looked up to his son in the player’s box, the Serbian star could not help but let out his teary emotions.

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