Justin Jeremy Gimelstob was born on January 26,1977 and is a retired American tennis player.
31 Facts About Justin Gimelstob
Justin Gimelstob was the top-ranked boy in his age group at the ages of 12,14,16, and 18.
Justin Gimelstob was twice a member of the US Davis Cup team.
Justin Gimelstob started playing tennis when he was eight, and was the top-ranked boy in his age group from ages 12 through 18.
Justin Gimelstob was ranked No 1 at age 18, and in 1995 he won the USTA National Boys' 18 Championships.
Justin Gimelstob grew up in the New Vernon section of Harding Township, New Jersey.
Justin Gimelstob graduated from Newark Academy in Livingston, New Jersey, in 1995.
In January 1995, Justin Gimelstob enrolled at UCLA, which had offered him a scholarship.
Justin Gimelstob was an All American is his freshman year.
Justin Gimelstob turned pro in 1996, after finishing his education at UCLA.
Justin Gimelstob then reached the 3rd round at the 1997 US Open.
Justin Gimelstob subsequently established himself chiefly as a doubles specialist, winning 12 titles.
Justin Gimelstob won the 1998 Australian Open and French Open mixed doubles titles, with Venus Williams as his partner.
Tabara felt Justin Gimelstob had taken an excessive number of time outs for injuries.
At the 2002 US Open singles competition, Justin Gimelstob lost in the second round to Andre Agassi.
Justin Gimelstob made it to the finals in the hard court tournament in Tallahassee in April 2005,.
In 2006, Justin Gimelstob reached his first ATP Tour Singles Final at The Hall of Fame Championships in Newport, Rhode Island, losing to Mark Philippoussis.
Justin Gimelstob retired from professional tennis in the fall of 2007.
Justin Gimelstob resigned from his position at the Tennis Channel after being convicted of assaulting an acquaintance.
Justin Gimelstob is Jewish, He was an assistant coach of Team USA's tennis squad at the 1981 Maccabiah Games in Israel.
Justin Gimelstob is a member of the Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in 2003.
Justin Gimelstob was inducted into the MetroWest Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in New Jersey in 2006.
Justin Gimelstob said he was proud to be a Jewish role model.
Justin Gimelstob played for the US Davis Cup team in 1998 and 2001.
Justin Gimelstob has been a blogger for Sports Illustrated, and has served as a regular commentator for Tennis Channel.
Justin Gimelstob has presented tennis features and interviews for the TV Guide channel.
Justin Gimelstob was, until his removal one of the three ATP board representatives elected by the ATP player council.
In 2010, Justin Gimelstob was suspended from his Tennis Channel commentating duties for comments he made about President Barack Obama.
On May 1,2019, Justin Gimelstob resigned from the ATP Player Council after pressure from Stan Wawrinka and Andy Murray.
Justin Gimelstob resigned from his job at the Tennis Channel.
In November 2018, Justin Gimelstob was charged with assault after being accused of repeatedly striking Randall Kaplan while the venture capitalist, his wife and their two-year-old daughter were trick-or-treating on Halloween in West Los Angeles.