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I mean, I just you just like it just tell you whether he was a committee to see the freshman in high school. He's a junior. Now he's a two way player. Third base pitcher, you know, he's, he's Niyaz a chance that that is dreams. You know, I mean, you know, it's not like tennis which kills so other big think so in the sport, you know, figure it out along the way, but he's, you know, he's doing it from self. So what did you say it's not like tennis, you said eat what you kill. Is that what you said about tennis? Yeah. What I mean by that is if you can, you can win. Nobody can stop you. It doesn't matter if they like it doesn't matter if they think you're game is good, or they think you're, you're not good. You get out there and get. The job done and you know you, you know, you move forward. I mean, other other team sports. Don't always have that luxury. You know, people need to invest in. You. People need to believe in you. People need to give you the opportunity and then you gotta make the most opportunity, you know. So it's it's a different different animal, but but you know, not not quite not quite the same. Okay. So Jaden is touching what on the gun. If he's a freshman commit to USC Andre, he hit ninety three this summer and you know, plugging along, he's a big boys kind of gotten some genes from somewhere. I don't know. Maybe. Remitted stuff has untold them. So so baiting, but she's still not touching your serve on the gun essentially. If he if he picked up a racket and I give them a week, wouldn't be an issue hitting something, not not his is not his his issue. Okay, Andre Agassi here on the rich Eisen show. So how plugged into you? I guess our did you watch, say Nidal last night, which went to eleven o'clock Las Vegas time. I mean, did you did? I did. It was epic. It was a memorable was to warriors. You know, going at it. It was everything that makes me so thankful. I get to watch it now instead of deal with it. Well, I mean, what do you like watching this? I mean, are you sitting there with your wife with Steffi? Just watching tennis. And what do you talk about when you watch a match? Like, say last night that went almost five hours. Well, as you know, we're not sitting together watching that match and that was in New York. Let's not. I made it here. You know, enough time to kind of don't settle into that match, but, but for me, you know, it's all tennis is problem solving, you know, so it, it doesn't take long, especially when you know the guys and what their, what their strengths and weaknesses are and how ma- and how the matchups really are gonna play out. I mean, I called the an epic match that the doll was gonna win. It'd be four started, but that doesn't mean that it's going to happen and you kinda watch everybody makes little adjustments out there or. Story in in real time. If you're, you know, I, I enjoy that part of it. I enjoy watching, you know, the dull Saul for, you know, an aspirin in the first set. I enjoy watching teammate adjustment to that. I enjoy watching, you know how they handle it was big moments and how they don't treat those big moments any differently than they treat. You know, other moments in the met. So there's there's a, there's a lot to take in there when you're when you've done it. So what's the toughest match you ever played then? Andre Agassi getting my wife to say, yes, that was part of this hard to get your ass beating in the first set of that one. I was down two sets the break. I, I came out of the grave to pull that one out. So that love match. I got it, but I guess a tennis match, Andre, an actual competition. So so you can say person, you know who typically presented the challenges, or you say, in hindsight, this match was the toughest, and you know, winning losing, right. So I, I have my list of which match costs me the most in my heart and mind, which match gave me the most of my heart and mind. You know, when it comes to the ladder, it was the French Open..