Brooke Shields's Bombshell of the Day: How Andre Agassi Told Her He Was a Meth Addict

Brooke Shields tells all about her celebrity romances, her mom and her crazy life as a child star. Subscribe now for instant access to our exclusive PEOPLE cover story and excerpt from her new book.

When Andre Agassi made an ordinary phone call to his then-wife Brooke Shields, she never would have guessed what he was about to say.

Brooke Shields Tells All: Her Mom, Her Men and Losing Her Virginity

Brooke Shields tells all about her celebrity romances, her mom and her crazy life as a child star. Subscribe now for instant access to our exclusive PEOPLE cover story and excerpt from her new book.

She’s one of the most famous faces on the planet. Ever since Brooke Shields made her acting debut at 11 months old in an Ivory Soap commercial, she has lived her entire life in the spotlight – thanks to her mother, manager and constant companion Teri Shields.

Andre Agassi: I Used Crystal Meth

Tennis star Andre Agassi serves up a bombshell in his new memoir: In the late ’90s he began regularly using crystal meth. “I can’t speak to addiction, but a lot of people would say that if you’re using anything as an escape, you have a problem,” he tells PEOPLE.

Agassi’s book, Open, details his descent into drug use, as well as his hair loss, his troubled marriage to Brooke Shields and the love he eventually found with his current wife, Steffi Graf.

Andre Agassi Loves to Spend Time with Family

Wherever in the world – or above it – Andre Agassi’s family is, they are just happy to be together.

Agassi, honored at the 23rd Annual Great Sports Legends Dinner for the Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis at Manhattan’s Waldorf Astoria Monday night, tells PEOPLE he, wife Steffi Graf, son Jaden, 6, and daughter Jaz, 4, flew from their Las Vegas home to catch the final game in Yankee Stadium, in great seats, of course.

Andre Agassi Accidentally Hits Wife with Racket

They are the tennis world’s most celebrated couple. But when Andre Agassi and his wife Steffi Graf took to the courts on Sunday, they weren’t so in synch: The game ended with three stitches for Graf after her husband inadvertently whacked her in the face with his tennis racket.

It happened while the couple were rallying gently with two children during a fund-raiser in Houston. Agassi, racket in his left hand, hit the ball and then struck his wife in the face as he followed through, the Associated Press reports.

Agassi Bids Tennis a Tearful Goodbye

Andre Agassi said farewell to tennis at the U.S. Open on Sunday, retiring – as he’d said he would – after his 21st consecutive tournament resulted in a loss to German qualifier Benjamin Becker.

Collapsing in his courtside chair, the tearful 36-year-old looked up through his fingers to see 20,000 people standing and cheering for him in Arthur Ashe Stadium in a tribute that lasted a solid four minutes, the Associated Press reports.

Also applauding: Agassi’s wife, Steffi Graf, herself a tennis champ, and their two children, Jaden, 4, and Jaz, 2.

Agassi Beats Blake in U.S. Open Tiebreaker

In a long, tension-filled night that stretched into Thursday morning at the U.S. Open, Andre Agassi took a pounding for two sets from a sizzling James Blake, pounced back at him for two more, then survived a tiebreaker to win in a wondrous five-set drama.

Agassi, Serena: U.S. Open Crowd Pleasers

There was no stopping Andre Agassi, who approached his 20th straight U.S. Open on Monday night to a roaring greeting from the crowd. They were then rewarded by witnessing his tidy 69-minute, 6-3, 6-3, 6-1 romp over an overwhelmed and thoroughly outclassed Romanian, Razvan Sabau.

Cranking out 11 aces at up to 127 mph, drilling baseline winners at will, toying with drop shots and lobs, Agassi, 35, couldn’t have asked for a much easier start to the year’s last Grand Slam tournament, the Associated Press reports.

Graf and Agassi Net Their Second Child

Tennis giants Steffi Graf and Andre Agassi are parents again, with Graf, 34, giving birth to a daughter on Friday in Las Vegas, a spokeswoman for Graf’s German marketing office tells Reuters.

“The parents are overjoyed. Both mother and child are healthy and cheerful. There were no complications,” the spokeswoman said.

The couple, who married in October 2001 and have a 1-year-old son, Jaden Gil, have named their daughter Jaz.

Serena, Sampras in Dream Finales at Open

It was a good weekend for Americans, tennis-wise.

Saturday night at the U.S. Open, Serena Williams confirmed her No. 1 world-ranking status by easily beating sister Venus Williams 6-4, 6-3, to win a third straight Grand Slam title.

Then on Sunday, Pete Sampras, 31, won his first championship in more than two years, 6-3, 6-4, 5-7, 6-4, by beating Andre Agassi, 32. The win marked his fifth U.S. Open title and 14th Grand Slam championship, breaking his own record of 13 set at Wimbledon in 2000.