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Justin Gimelstob has beaten some of the best in the world. As a player, he was the No. 1-ranked junior in the country in the USTA boys’ 12, 14, 16 and 18 age divisions, winning the national championships in the 14, 16 and 18-and-unders. He was an NCAA doubles champion during a brief stint at UCLA, and also helped the Bruins to a runner-up finish to Stanford at the 1995 NCAA team championships.

The 38-year-old is well known for his multi-tasking and wide array of talents. After retiring in 2007 with 13 ATP doubles titles, the Santa Monica resident now works as a commentator and producer, represents Lindsay Davenport, coaches John Isner,resides on the ATP Board of Directors and is father to a two-year-old named Brandon …

WIMBLEDON – Commentator, entrepreneur, student, manager and former ATP Tour player Justin Gimelstob coached countryman and friend John Isner for over a year, through 2015 and into early 2016.

The coaching relationship ended when Gimelstob, who had split with his wife, prioritized spending time with young son Brandon. As it was, he already was juggling a host of other duties and projects out of his Los Angeles …

MELBOURNE, Australia — As the sun rose Thursday morning, Justin Gimelstob was relaxing the only way he knows how, by sifting through more than 300 combined unread email and text messages on his smartphone while burning 857 calories riding a stationary bicycle for an hour …

Justin Gimelstob, John Isner’s new coach, realizes his 6-foot-10 charge will have to play the perfect match in the U.S. Open’s Round of 16 to knock off Roger Federer on Monday night …

For the sixth time, New Jersey native and former tennis phenom Justin Gimelstob hosted a tennis exhibition to raise money for a variety of children’s charities, including The Valerie Fund, a non-profit organization supporting healthcare services for children with cancer and blood disorders. This year’s event, held at Centercourt Athletic Club in Chatham, N.J., raised more than $300,000 and was a huge success …

Former Eastern tennis player Justin Gimelstob held a star-studded charity event supporting the Justin Gimelstob Children’s Fund on Dec. 2, 2010 at Centercourt Athletic Club in Chatham, N.J. The event featured a children’s tennis clinic, as well as two adult clinics which preceded a fun and well-played exhibition, featuring the all-star group of players on hand to support the event: Bob and Mike Bryan, Lindsay Davenport and Mary Jo Fernandez. In existence since 1998, the Fund has raised more than $1 million for various children’s causes …

Tennis Channel announcers and former top players Tracy Austin and Justin Gimelstob give us a peek inside their tennis bags in this special edition of Bag Check …

Bag Check is Tennis Channel’s most well known franchise. Get up close and personal with all of the current players as they empty out their tennis bags on camera and talk us through everything they bring to a tournament. From shoes to racquets, good luck charms to snacks, Bag Check gives fans a sneak peak inside each player’s world …

“I contend that tennis is the toughest sport in the world. It is emotional by its very nature, and it’s the only sport that demands so many different types of physical and mental skill sets. And it all takes place while you stand alone in a gladiatorial ring thinly disguised as a simple tennis court. But there is nothing simple or serene about it. Competitive tennis is a battle!”