Andre Agassi Nike Air Tech Challenge III
The Air Tech Challenge III, launched in 1991 as the Air Tech Challenge ¾, included visible air in the heel and a flexible encapsulated Nike Air-sole unit in the forefoot.The third installment of the Air Tech Challenge line also moved away from the “Hot Lava” colorway made popular by its predecessor, opting for an equally eye-catching, tennis ball-inspired neon yellow pop. For Agassi, it represented an evolution in on-court aesthethics that, like many models in his signature line, resonated off the court.
Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi renewed their rivalry last weekend at The Greenbrier, a luxury resort in West Virginia. The exhibition was interrupted by rain on Saturday at 3-3 in the first set, and the game resumed on Sunday with Agassi’s victory 6-7 6-3 10-5.
Enjoy a brief recap and some pics, thanks to Econman:
The big takeaway was that the court was in bad shape due to the heavy rain on Saturday. There were numerous deadspots. Slices that hit around the service line would just die. Both guys really had to make quick adjustments because they had no clue how the ball was going to bounce. Despite that, both Pete and Andre had some clean winners. It was amazing to see.