Brad Gilbert Wife Kim Gilbert And Kids: Coach Of Coco Gauff

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Former professional tennis player, Brad Gilbert, resides with his wife, Kim Gilbert, and their three children in Malibu, California.

His wife, Kim, has always been a wonderful mother and a very loving wife. Currently, she is supporting her husband as an athlete concierge, helping in management and consulting activities.

The Former Professional Tennis Player And Coach, Brad Gilbert
The Former Professional Tennis Player And Coach, Brad Gilbert (Source: Instagram)

Brad Gilbert is an American tennis coach, commentator, and analyst for sports channel ESPN.

The former tennis star turned pro in 1982, winning his first-level singles title later that year in Taipei.

The bronze medal winner at the 1988 Olympics also won both gold and silver at the 1981 Maccabiah Games.

In 1989, Gilbert had his best year on the circuit, winning five singles championships, including Cincinnati, when he defeated four future Hall of Famers to win the title.

During his playing career, Gilbert won a total of 20 singles titles achieving the career-high singles ranking of world No.4 and doubles of No.18.

He also remained a runner-up in a further 20 singles events before retiring from professional tennis in 1995.

Brad Gilbert Wife, Kim Gilbert, And Kids

The tennis coach is married to Kim Gilbert, but the precise date of the wedding and the proposal are still unknown to the public.

After several years of dating, the couple decided to exchange vows in a small ceremony, including their close friends and family.

Brad and Kim are parents to three lovely children, Zach, Julian, and Zoe, who are now all adults and practicing their chosen careers.

The Gilbert Family
The Gilbert Family (Source: Instagram)

Mrs. Gilbert worked as a business manager and executive assistant for Brad Gilbert Tennis, a tennis shop founded by her husband in Greenbrae, California in 1988.

Kim now handles the social media of the Tennis shop and also works as an athlete Concierge and consultant for the ‘Brad Gilbert Tennis Nation.’

Nevertheless, even with a busy schedule for most of his life, Brad always spends time with his family.

Gilbert’s personal life is currently in order, and his children look up to him as an example. The family spends precious time together in a luxurious home near Malibu.

Brad Gilbert Coaching Career

Gilbert gave up playing in 1995. Since then, he has had success coaching tennis, with accomplishments frequently linked to the exceptional tactical skills displayed during his own contests.

Brad remained as a coach for Andre Agassi for eight years (1994 to 2002). During that time, Agassi won six of his eight majors.

Later, he coached Andy Roddick and led him to the 2003 US Open along with the year-end world no. 1 for 2003 and the 2004 Wimbledon final.

After successfully coaching star tennis players such as Andy Murray, Alex Bogdanovic, Kei Nishikori, and Sam Querrey, Brad has now joined the team of rising American star Coco Gauff.

Since the adjustment in August, Coco has performed admirably, winning the women’s singles title at the Washington Open and then the Cincinnati Masters not long after.

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