American professional tennis player Coco Gauff, who is coached by former American tennis player Brad Gilbert, won her first Grand Slam title on Saturday, defeating Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus in an exciting comeback victory at the US Open

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Who is Brad Gilbert?

Brad Gilbert is a former professional tennis player from the United States, as well as a tennis pundit and analyst for ESPN. He won 20 singles titles during his career and reached a career-high singles position of world No. 4 in 1990, as well as a career-high doubles ranking of world No. 18 four years previously. He took bronze in the 1988 Olympics and gold and silver medals at the 1981 Maccabiah Games.

Gilbert went on to become a successful coach after retiring from playing. He has collaborated with some of tennis’ biggest names, including Andre Agassi, Andy Roddick, and Andy Murray. He is well-known for his strategic thinking and ability to elicit the greatest performance from his players.

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Gilbert is also a well-known analyst and commentator. He is well-known for his wit and game knowledge. He frequently appears on ESPN’s tennis broadcast. He is a well-known figure in the tennis world. He is a former player, an accomplished coach, and a well-known commentator. He is well-known for his strategic intellect, humor, and game acumen.

He is Jewish and lives in Malibu, California, with his wife Kim. Zach, Julian, and Zoe are their children.

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Brad Gilbert Tennis Nation is Gilbert’s tennis business in Greenbrae, California. He knew tennis player and pundit Barry MacKay, who died in 2022.

Brad Gilbert has been inducted into various halls of fame. He is a member of the International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, the USTA Northern California Hall of Fame, the Pepperdine Athletics Hall of Fame (1999), the ITA Intercollegiate Tennis Hall of Fame (2001), the Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame (1996), and the Marblehead Boosters Hall of Fame (2001).