Brad Gilbert

Brad Gilbert, born in Oakland, August 9, 1961, is an American tennis coach and former tennis player who participated in the ATP Tour from 1982 to 1995.

He made his professional debut in 1982 and won his first title, Taipei.
In singles he manages to win twenty tournaments out of a total of forty finals, in doubles he wins three titles and loses as many finals.

In the Grand Slam tournaments he obtained the quarterfinals as his best result, first at the US Open where he was eliminated by Jimmy Connors and then at Wimbledon where he was defeated by Boris Becker. In 1988 he took part in the Seoul Olympic Games and managed to win the bronze medal for his nation.

The pinnacle of his tennis career was in January 1990, when he reached No. 4 in the ATP rankings.

He starts his coaching career with Andre Agassi in 1994 just after retiring. During their partnership, Agassi won six of eight Grand Slams in his career and topped the ATP rankings. The Las Vegas kid called him the best coach of all time.

In 2003 he began to follow another American, Andy Roddick, and in the season he managed to win his only Grand Slam title and reach the top of the standings. The relationship with Roddick does not last long and already in 2004 their collaboration ends.

Two years later, following an agreement with the Lawn Tennis Association, he began coaching the promising young Andy Murray and at the end of their relationship, in 2007, brought him to eighth position in the standings.

Of Jewish religion, he is married and has three children, Julian, Zach and Zoe.