ATP to decide on Justin Gimelstob future

Justin Gimelstob’s function as a participant consultant on the ATP board will probably be reviewed after he pleaded no-contest Monday to 1 misdemeanor rely of battery with severe bodily damage.

The 42-year-old American, a winner of two Grand Slam combined doubles titles, was sentenced Monday to a few years of abstract probation in a Los Angeles court docket.

Gimelstob, a broadcast analyst who used to educate John Isner, was additionally ordered to do 60 days of neighborhood service and take every week of anger-management courses after an alleged assault on his former buddy Randall Kaplan final October.

The ATP response says a call will probably be made on Gimelstob’s future now that his plea made and sentencing reached.

“Justin Gimelstob holds an elected place as one of many three participant representatives on the ATP board of administrators and below our group’s by-laws his place is subsequently a matter of evaluation for the ATP participant council and/or the ATP board.” a press release from the governing physique stated.

“The choice was taken to let the judicial course of run its course earlier than any judgment was made on his future, so with that course of full that is now a topic for evaluation by the board and/or the participant council.

“As a associated matter, the election for the function of the subsequent Americas participant consultant on the ATP board – the place presently held by Gimelstob -will happen as scheduled on Tuesday Could 14, in Rome.”

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