Pete Sampras won more Grand Slam singles titles than any man living or dead. He won as a teenager, he won in his 20s, and he was still a dominant presence on the pro tour in his 30s. There were no secrets to Pete’s success; what you saw with him is what you got. His attacking style and all-around arsenal offered opponents little in the way of openings—and nothing in the way of hope when he brought his A-game to the court. Hailed for his class and commitment, but criticized for his dishwater-dull personality, Pete stands as one of the most perplexing, surprising, frustrating champions tennis has ever known.