Gimelstob takes his adorable son to work in Indian Wells

by: Nina Pantic | March 15, 2016

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Tennis Channel’s Justin Gimelstob is embracing “Take Your Child to Work Day” by taking his cute son to work every day while he’s in Indian Wells.

The 38-year-old is well known for his multi-tasking and wide array of talents. After retiring in 2007 with 13 ATP doubles titles, the Santa Monica resident now works as a commentator and producer, represents Lindsay Davenport, coaches John Isner,resides on the ATP Board of Directors and is father to a two-year-old named Brandon.

At the BNP Paribas Open this week, Gimelstob took the cherubic toddler with him to practice and on set to meet many top pros. No day care needed, the kid fit right in.

 

Successful practice with @johnrisner @mraonic and @brandongimel 1st diaper change on Stadium 2 @bnpparibasopen in the books!

 

A photo posted by Justin Gimelstob (@justingimelstob) on

Brandon even got to hang out with a shirtless Rafael Nadal in the locker room. Now that’s VIP access.

You can follow the precocious mini Gimelstob on Instagram. He probably has more followers than you do.

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