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Tennis broadcaster Justin Gimelstob accused of assault in LA  Yahoo Sports

Tennis broadcaster and coach Justin Gimelstob faces a felony assault charge following his Halloween night arrest for allegedly attacking a former friend in Los ...

ATP Board Votes Not to Remove Justin Gimelstob  The New York Times

The coach and television commentator has pleaded not guilty to a charge of felony battery.

Tennis Channel Commentator Justin Gimelstob Charged With Assault While Trick-or-Treating  TheWrap

Tennis Channel commentator and ATP official Justin Gimelstob has been charged with assault, the Los Angeles Country DA's Office announced on Thursday.

Former tennis player and ATP board member Justin Gimelstob arrested for alleged Halloween assault  The Telegraph

One of the most influential backstage operators in tennis, the former world No. 63 Justin Gimelstob, has been arrested in Los Angeles for an alleged assault – a ...

Tennis Channel Broadcaster, ATP Board Member Justin Gimelstob Denies Multiple Accusations Of Violence  Deadspin

Justin Gimelstob, a broadcaster for Tennis Channel, one of six board members of the men's ATP Tour, and a well-connected figure in the tennis world, has been ...

Tennis Channel’s Justin Gimelstob Takes Leave Of Absence After Battery Charges  Deadline

One of Tennis Channel's top personalities, former Grand Slam doubles champion Justin Gimelstob, is being sidelined in the wake of a recent arrest on felony ...

Exclusive: Tennis supremo Justin Gimelstob facing explosive assault allegations  The Telegraph

The former grand-slam tennis doubles champion seen as a leading contender to become the most influential figure in men's tennis is fighting to save his career ...

Isner stands by coach Gimelstob after arrest  ESPN

John Isner continues to stand by coach Justin Gimbelstob after Gimbelstob's arrest on suspicion of felony battery, saying "as of now, I have to give Justin benefit ...

Justin Gimelstob arrested: LA Times - Tennis.life  Tennis.Life

Justin Gimelstob, a former player who is involved in just about every aspect of professional tennis, was arrrested on Halloween night in Los Angeles.

Former world No 7 Mardy Fish pens court statement in support of Justin Gimelstob as he faces assault allegations  The Telegraph

Mardy Fish, the former world No 7, has been drawn into the controversy surrounding ATP Tour board member Justin Gimelstob.

Tennis Channel analyst Justin Gimelstob accused of multiple incidents of violence  Awful Announcing

Justin Gimelstob is an analyst for Tennis Channel and a well-known, influential member of the men's ATP Tour. Last month, he was arrested in regards to an ...

Justin Gimelstob charged with assault in Los Angeles  BBC Sport

Two-time Grand Slam mixed doubles champion Justin Gimelstob is charged by police in Los Angeles following an alleged assault.

Justin Gimelstob arrested for Halloween night attack on friend  NEWS.com.au

Tennis player-turned-coach and broadcaster Justin Gimelstob was arrested on felony battery charges by Los Angeles police, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Former tennis star Justin Gimelstob arrested on suspicion of Halloween night attack  Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles police arrested tennis broadcaster and coach Justin Gimelstob on suspicion of felony battery Wednesday in connection with a Halloween night ...

Novak Djokovic-led ATP council to hold call to decide Justin Gimelstob's fate  The Telegraph

The 10 members of the Association of Tennis Professionals council – who are led by world No 1 Novak Djokovic – are expected to hold a conference call this ...

Comment: ATP needs to take a hard line with 'showman' Justin Gimelstob  Tennis365

Justin Gimelstob leaving the ATP's head honchos red-faced and it is time for them to cut their losses after he once again made headlines for the wrong reasons.

Tennis identity Justin Gimelstob to face court on kill threats  Herald Sun

US tennis identity Justin Gimelstob will return to court this week over claims of alleged violence and threats to kill as one of the sports most powerful ...

Isner: 'Gimelstob should not leave ATP Board. Hewitt? He's being arrogant'  Tennis World USA

John Isner defended his former coach Justin Gimelstob from allegations of beating a male friend of his estranged wife, Cary.

John Isner voices support for coach, Justin Gimelstob, who is facing assault charges  Greensboro News & Record

Justin Gimelstob, one of Greensboro native and tennis star John Isner's coaches, has drawn his player's support as Gimelstob faces charges in an alleged ...

Justin Gimelstob reacts to allegations as Novak Djokovic ponders his fate  Tennis365

Justin Gimelstob has responded to accusations of homophobia and domestic abuse after a string of media allegations, with Novak Djokovic set to have a big say ...

Mailbag: Halep Goes Coach-Less, the Gimelstob Arrest and More  Sports Illustrated

In his latest mailbag, Jon Wertheim fields your questions on the Simona Halep-Darren Cahill split, mid-match coaching, the Justin Gimelstob arrest and much ...

Former Grand Slam winner arrested because of alleged attack!  Tennis World USA

The former world no. 63, tennis coach and ATP Board Member Justin Gimelstob was arrested – after he surrendered to the police – after allegedly attacking one ...

Names In The News  SportsBusiness Daily

Gimelstob is a frequent contributor to Tennis Channel and an elected official of the ATP Photo: GETTY IMAGES Tennis Channel's JUSTIN GIMELSTOB has ...

Tennis Today: Wimbledon expansion gets go-ahead while Andy Murray and Fernando Verdasco reunite  Tennis365

In Tennis Today, Wimbledon will treble in size after their expansion plans received the green light while Andy Murray and Fernando Verdasco are getting quite ...

Isner says Hewitt is arrogant to ask the head Gimelstob after his racist controversy  Tennis Tonic

There is a huge controversy in the tennis world right now after Justin Gimelstob was arrested for assaulting a venture capitalist. SURREAL. Former tennis player ...

The man in the blue suit: Why fist-clenching Justin Gimelstob occupies a unique slot in the tennis family  The Telegraph

Who is the man in the blue suit? This was a popular question on social media on Friday as one of John Isner's guests offered intense, fist-clenching support from ...

Jon Wertheim Mailbag: What to Expect From Federer in '19  Sports Illustrated

In this offseason mailbag, Jon Wertheim fields questions on the Slam final-set formats, Venus and Federer, mid-match coaching and more.

Tuesday Sports in Brief  Sun Herald

NFL. MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings have fired offensive coordinator John DeFilippo, whose first season on the job ended after just 13 games ...

Sports in brief  Bend Bulletin

FOOTBALLRaiders rescind rent offer to Oakland — The Raiders on Wednesday ended talks to play in Oakland for the 2019-2020 season, a day after the city of ...

Jose Canseco expresses interest in being Trump's next chief of staff  myCentralOregon.com

Gabe Ginsberg/Getty Images for Cheryl J. Kagan PR(NEW YORK) -- Former MLB slugger Jose Canseco is throwing his hat in the ring for President Donald ...

Tennis Today: Serena Williams 'getting ready for the GOAT' Roger Federer  Tennis365

In Tennis Today, Serena Williams launches a pop-up and then does a bit of "boxing" ahead of her mixed doubles clash against Roger Federer.

Tennis Today: Boris Becker diplomatic immunity saga over plus a yoga challenge for Novak Djokovic  Tennis365

In Tennis Today, the Boris Becker diplomatic immunity saga has come to an end while Novak Djokovic has been given a yoga challenge.

Gerard Pique has stumbled into tennis when it needs a unified approach  Daily Mail

MIKE DICKSON: Creating a partisan atmosphere like nothing else in tennis, or most other sports for that matter, the 118 year-old event has been the platform for ...

Marin Cilic Leads Croatia to Davis Cup Title – Mondays with Bob Greene  World Tennis Magazine

Mondays with Bob Greene STARS Croatia beat France 3-1 in Lille, France, to win the Davis Cup title SAYINGS “This is the one of the best teams we've ever had.

How a Tennis Minicamp Turned Around John Isner’s Year  The New York Times

TORONTO — In early March, when John Isner was staggering through some of the worst results of his career, Justin Gimelstob invited him to Los Angeles for a ...

Texas Tech hires Utah State's Matt Wells as next head football coach  myCentralOregon.com

Photo by Loren Orr/Getty Images(COLLEGE STATION, Texas) -- Just one day after he was named Mountain West coach of the year for his work at Utah State, ...

Seeing the big picture in junior tennis  Baseline

Former pro and college standout Justin Gimelstob has some tips for juniors. 1. It's only a game. Junior tennis is intense and emotionally draining. Children work ...

RIP Barry Gimelstob, 75 - Tennis.life  Tennis.Life

The tennis family lost a feisty one when Barry Gimelstob passed away of heart complications on Friday, at 75. Gimelstob, the CEO of a New Jersey insurance ...

Justin Gimelstob: 'Serena Williams, please don't do this at Wimbledon'  Tennis World USA

Former player-turned-coach Justin Gimelstob believes that Serena Williams shouldn't play doubles at Wimbledon. At the French Open, the American player ...

Frantic Friday at Wimbledon: The Supporting Players - Tennis.life  Tennis.Life

It was Friday the 13th. So it wasn't a huge surprise that a few wacky events took place at Wimbledon. But what transpired, from 1 p.m. when John Isner and Kevin ...

Player rep Rasheed ousted from ATP Board - Tennis.life  Tennis.Life

In another installment of pro tennis's off-court drama, Player representative Roger Rasheed has been dismissed from his seat on the ATP Tour Board.

From a Low Point, John Isner Finds a Way to New Heights  The New York Times

After a dismal start to the tennis season, Isner made some adjustments and won the biggest title of his career at the Miami Open.

'Why not me?' - It's no time to dismiss John Isner's chances at the US Open  ESPN

He didn't always have self-belief, but he does now. That makes John Isner a dangerous opponent down the stretch run of the US Open.

Rafael Nadal: Why Spanish star loves playing on clay - Justin Gimelstob  Express

RAFAEL NADAL loves playing on the clay because it is his time to shine.

Andy Murray's road to recovery takes him to Philadelphia specialist  The Telegraph

As Andy Murray continues his comeback from January's hip surgery, he is following the likes of Dutch goalkeeper Tim Krul and Springbok rugby player Schalk ...

Serena Williams issues warning ahead of US Open 2018 final against Naomi Osaka - 'This is just the beginning'  The Telegraph

Having thrashed Anastasia Sevastova in a mere 66 minutes to reach her ninth US Open final, Serena Williams sent out a warning to any rivals who hoped her ...

The Tennis Podcast: Roger Federer responds to preferential treatment story  The Telegraph

Does Roger Federer receive preferential treatment from tournament directors? That was the allegation made by Julien Benneteau on French radio last week, ...

Next Gen Finals forces us to ask how we want tennis to look in the future - and that can only be a good thing  The Telegraph

There have been moments at the Fiera Milano this week that felt like one of those dreams where nothing is quite as it should be.

The end of the marathon match: Wimbledon announce final sets will now be decided by tie-breaks at 12-12  The Telegraph

The All England Club has made a change to the Wimbledon scoring system for the first time since 1979. From next year, a tie-break will be played when the ...

John Isner and his team are doing all the right things in 2018  Tennis Magazine

These are heady days for a soon to be 33-year-old American tennis player who has long been admired for the depth of his devotion to the game he plays for a ...

Gay tennis trailblazer Brian Vahaly: 'I heard homophobia all the time - it was part of the culture'  The Telegraph

The briefest of glances at the entry list for the men's event at this year's US Open underlines tennis's apparent diversity. Scroll down the list and you will find ...

Alexander Zverev slams 'ridiculous' length of tennis season after losing to exhausted Novak Djokovic  The Telegraph

Andy Murray dropped into the O2 Arena on Wednesday to watch a little tennis, and was rewarded with the first genuine contest of the singles tournament to date ...

Step aside Nick Kyrgios, Jack Sock is proving himself the real tennis bad boy  The Telegraph

On Tuesday night, Jack Sock was angry. Very angry. He had just lost in the Wimbledon first round from two sets up against the Italian, Matteo Berrettini, and he ...

Stefanos Tsitsipas complains about towel rack trial, claiming it is 'ball kids' job to provide them'  The Telegraph

Stefanos Tsitsipas risked incurring the wrath of the tennis community on Tuesday night by complaining about having to fetch his own towels and claiming that ...

Off the Court, Justin Gimelstob’s Life Is Still at 100 M.P.H.  New York Times

Among Gimelstob's duties, some call them conflicts, are coaching John Isner, working television broadcasts and serving on the ATP Tour board of directors.

Rafael Nadal pulls out of ATP Finals as injury brings an end to season  The Telegraph

Rafael Nadal has generated many remarkable statistics in his storied career. But one of the least satisfying numbers, from the perspective of British tennis fans, ...

Andy Murray surprises four club members celebrating their birthdays by asking them to play tennis with him  The Telegraph

Andy Murray surprised four excitable club tennis players celebrating their birthdays by asking them if they would like to have a hit with him.

The Tennis Podcast: Looking back at 10 years of O2 tennis memories  The Telegraph

As the O2 celebrates 10 years of hosting the ATP Finals, The Tennis Podcast team reminisce about some of the standout moments from the past decade.

Rafael Nadal pulls out of Paris Masters and casts doubt over chances of making ATP Finals in London  The Telegraph

Until lunchtime on Wednesday, the tennis fans of Paris were buzzing about a glittering order of play that featured both Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

The 'late bloomer' primed to end American men's Open drought  New York Post

Fifty years after Richmond, Va., native Arthur Ashe won the first U.S. Open, the American men enter this hyped anniversary on the outside looking in as the...

The Tennis Podcast: Is on-court coaching good for tennis?  The Telegraph

The issue of on-court coaching in tennis has been a contentious one ever since the WTA Tour began trialling it in 2008.

Australian Open organiser hits back at claims Roger Federer receives preferential treatment  The Telegraph

Fans and broadcasters demand that Roger Federer play in the prime-time slot on Rod Laver Arena, said the Australian Open's tournament director Craig Tiley ...

Karen Khachanov shocks Novak Djokovic to claim Paris Masters title  The Telegraph

As the ATP Next Gen Finals, a tournament for the world's best under-21s, begins on Tuesday in Milan, a member of last year's catchment will be celebrating a ...

Tennis podcast: Shorter sets or long form classics? Does tennis really need to change?  The Telegraph

As tennis looks to embrace the social media era and appeal to younger fans, a shorter format with a revised scoring system has emerged.

In an individual sport, John Isner finds strength in his team  Greensboro News & Record

The 33-year-old Greensboro native, now in his 12th pro season, relies on a support staff that includes three coaches.

ATP Finals favourites Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic voice differing views on season finale destination  The Telegraph

There will be eight men contesting the Nitto ATP Finals, which start on Sunday at London's O2 Arena.

The Tennis Podcast, US Open 2018 day eight: Immediate reaction to Roger Federer's shock defeat  The Telegraph

At 2:15am in New York, with the shockwaves still reverberating, Simon Briggs of Telegraph Sport joined David Law (BBC 5 Live) on The Tennis Podcast to pick ...

US Open forced to clarify rules after Alize Cornet is punished for removing shirt on court  The Telegraph

In a twist on the usual “wardrobe malfunction” story, the biggest controversy so far at this year's US Open concerns a Frenchwoman and her sports bra.

Alex de Minaur exclusive interview: 'Lleyton Hewitt's a great mentor but who's quicker? I'm confident in my level'  The Telegraph

To understand how Alex de Minaur, a baby-faced, slightly-built 19-year-old with a frame that barely touches six feet, has catapulted up the rankings this year, we ...

Rafael Nadal retires injured at US Open as Juan Martin del Potro reaches only his second grand slam final  The Telegraph

Rafael Nadal was forced to retire from a major showdown for the second time this season, pulling out of his semi-final against Juan Martín del Potro after losing ...

Zverev brothers put camaraderie on display in D.C.  Baseline

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Brothers that play together, stay together? Mischa and Alexander Zverev lit up the Citi Open on Thursday night when they competed ...

Serena Williams meltdown 'not a good look for tennis' but 'wouldn't happen here', says Wimbledon chief  The Telegraph

The Serena Williams flashpoint at the US Open final was “not a good look for tennis”, in the words of All England Club chairman Philip Brook, who also ...

Former No 1 Caroline Wozniacki reveals rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis  The Telegraph

Caroline Wozniacki was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis before the U.

Why the USTA's attempts to rewrite the tennis rulebook at the US Open have backfired  The Telegraph

When the US Open began on Monday, the USTA no doubt anticipated the rules taking centre stage somewhat because of their decision to introduce 25-second ...

Not televising Kyle Edmund's maiden title win was a missed opportunity to inspire and engage fans  The Telegraph

Kyle Edmund winning his first ATP title on Sunday was a momentous occasion.

Tennis poised for new Majesty Cup tournament with winner takes all pot of £7.5m prize money  The Telegraph

As the second edition of the Laver Cup begins on Friday in Chicago, tennis's warring administrators have come up with yet another format: a 64-man, ...

Kyle Edmund wins maiden ATP tour title and becomes Britain's first new men's champion since Andy Murray  The Telegraph

Britain has a new champion on the ATP tour, the first since Andy Murray 12 years ago, after Kyle Edmund overcame the experienced Frenchman Gaël Monfils to ...

Britain's rising star Jack Draper: 'I'm happy with top 1,000 but I have got to push on and be hungry for more'  The Telegraph

When Jack Draper lost the Wimbledon boys' final in July, there was a feeling among tennis insiders that the defeat might have been a blessing in disguise.

Novak Djokovic or Rafael Nadal for No 1, what shape is Simona Halep in? The 2018 questions that still need answering  The Telegraph

If the battle to finish as this year's No. 1 were a Premier League title race, it would be in the 1996, 1998 or 2012 bracket. All the momentum is with the chaser, ...

Serena Williams umpire Carlos Ramos speaks out for first time since US Open final - 'a la carte arbitration does not exist'  The Telegraph

The umpire at the centre of the Serena Williams sexism scandal has spoken publicly for the first time since Saturday's US Open final. Talking to Tribuna ...

Survival of the fittest: How US Open 2018 became most brutal grand slam in living memory  The Telegraph

When Roger Federer - who was last seen perspiring in around 1997 - is drenched in sweat, you suspect something strange is going on.

Jamie Murray: Five things to look out for in ATP Finals doubles  The Telegraph

The top seeds will be Oliver Marach and Mate Pavic. Which is fitting, because it was an unexpected outing at last year's ATP Finals – when they came in as ...

Injury forces Andy Murray to turn down Davis Cup homecoming  The Telegraph

Andy Murray has been forced to turn down a sentimental return to Glasgow for one last Davis Cup tie, because he needs to keep rehabbing his chronic hip ...

Serena Williams plays down French Open threat to ban catsuit: 'It wouldn’t be a big deal'  The Telegraph

Citing strong relations with the organisers of the French Open, Serena Williams took a conciliatory line on Saturday on their threat to ban her iconic black catsuit ...

Newark loses one of its champions in storied basketball coach Barry Gimelstob  NJ.com

Barry Gimelstob, three-time state champion basketball coach at South Side High and member of the Newark Athletic Hall of Fame, died Friday at 75. He was the ...

Isner's US Open Education: Big John looked poised in win over Raonic  Tennis Magazine

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Jamie Murray and Dominic Inglot give Glasgow crowd farewell Davis Cup victory  The Telegraph

If this is to be the last time we see a Murray in Davis Cup action in Glasgow, then at least the first family of British tennis bowed out in style.

Kyle Edmund withdraws from Paris Masters as Briton's season ends early  The Telegraph

Kyle Edmund's breakthrough season ended in unexpected fashion on Monday night, when he made a last-minute withdrawal from the Paris Masters after an ...

Novak Djokovic puts U.S. Open field on notice  New York Post

The U.S. Open now has a clear men's favorite — Novak Djokovic. With Sunday's 6-4, 6-4 straight-set dismantling of previously red-hot Roger Federer in the...

Katie Boulter breaks into world's top 100 - the first British woman to do so in two-and-a-half years  The Telegraph

British tennis has its first female entrant to the world's top 100 for two-and-a-half years, after Leicestershire's Katie Boulter climbed to No 96 in this week's new set ...

The Tennis Podcast – US Open day three: Andy Murray goes down with a fight  The Telegraph

Andy Murray is out of the US Open. But not without a fight. Not without looking much like his old self in a four-sets defeat to Fernando Verdasco. That's the ...

Andy Murray records most impressive win since return by swatting aside David Goffin  The Telegraph

Andy Murray will have a shot at revenge over Fernando Verdasco – the Spaniard who controversially eliminated him from the recent US Open – after landing his ...

The Tennis Podcast: What does the future hold for the Laver Cup?  The Telegraph

After the second edition of the Laver Cup saw Team Europe defeat Team World, Tennis Podcast presenters Catherine Whitaker (Amazon Prime Video, ...

Just relax, man: How John Isner finally shed his on-court nerves  ESPN

PARIS -- At 6-foot-10, John Isner naturally stands head and shoulders above many of his peers, but there are a few other things that distinguish him from the ...

Nick Kyrgios admits 'tanking' during Cincinnati Open meltdown  The Telegraph

You've got to hand it to Nick Kyrgios for his ability to keep tennis fans entertained - even if it's often for the wrong reasons.

Nick Kyrgios hits back at criticism from Marion Bartoli after she claims he 'cannot grow up'  The Telegraph

Nick Kyrgios has accused Marion Bartoli of trying to “remain relevant” after the former Wimbledon champion labelled him “pathetic” in an extraordinary attack on ...

All England Club must use expansion to break down sense of elitism and engage new audience  Telegraph.co.uk

Europe's largest crane stood idle above the grounds of Wimbledon on Friday, swaying in 50mph winds. This was not the day to continue the lifting of 11 giant ...

The Tennis Podcast: Kyle Edmund title drought goes on – how big a deal is it?  The Telegraph

The Tennis Podcast: Edmund title drought goes on – how big a deal is it? Kyle Edmund rose to a career-high ranking of No.14 after reaching the semi-finals of ...

Serena Williams' coach campaigns for rule change to allow on-court coaching  The Telegraph

As administrators prepare for a summit next week on the hot topic of coaching in tennis, Serena Williams's coach Patrick Mouratoglou has released a lengthy ...