de André Agassi
Now I wear [denim shorts] at all my matches, as do countless fans. Sportswriters murder me for it. They say I'm trying to stand out. In fact - as with my mohawk - I'm trying to hide. They say I'm trying to change the game. In fact I'm trying to prevent the game from changing me. They call me a rebel, but I have no interest in being a rebel, I'm only conducting an everyday, run-of-the-mill teenage rebellion. Subtle distinctions, but important. At heart, I'm doing nothing more than being myself, and since I don't know who that is, my attempts to figure it out are scattershot and awkward - and, of course, contradictory.