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Gimelstob subsequently established himself chiefly as a doubles specialist, winning 12 titles. In June 2000 he beat world No.27 Fabrice Santoro in London, 4–6, 6–4, 6–0.In 11 appearances at the US Open, he partnered 11 different players. In July he upset world # 19 Mark Philippoussis 3–6, 7–6 (7–5), 7–6 (7–3).Justin also hosts his own long form interview show called “Holding Court With Justin Gimelstob” where he has interviewed guests from the tennis, sports, and entertainment worlds, ranging from Rafael Nadal, John Mc Enroe, Jimmy Connors, Serena Williams and Lindsey Vonn to Greg Norman and Randy Jackson.Justin is serving his 3term on the ATP World Tour Board of Directors as a representative of the players and has been one of the most successful advocates for player’s rights since the Tour’s inception.Through his production company, “Without Limits Productions” Justin also hosts and co-produces a show about life on the ATP World Tour called, “ATP World Tour Uncovered” which is distributed to over 150 countries worldwide.He also hosts and produces “Players Give Back” a yearly look at the tennis community’s commitment to philanthropy.That September, he beat Florent Serra of France 6–2, 6–2 in the quarterfinals, and Alex Bogomolov Jr.6–1, 6–3 in the final of a hard court tournament in Beijing.
Justin won 13 ATP doubles titles, as well as consecutive Grand Slam mixed doubles titles with Venus Williams at the 1998 Australian Open and French Open.They lost to Mark Knowles and Daniel Nestor in the quarterfinals, 3–6, 2–6.In July 2004, Gimelstob won in singles at Forest Hills, New York, beating Dušan Vemić 7–6 (7), 6–2 in the final.He also won the doubles event at both of these tournaments, and a singles title at Nashville in November.
Gimelstob made it to the finals in the hard court tournament in Tallahassee in April 2005,.Justin reached a career high of #63 in singles and #18 in doubles on the ATP World Tour.