Last Updated: October 23, 2023
Richest AthletesTennis Players
Net Worth:
$12 Million
Date of Birth:
Aug 9, 1961 (62 years old)
Place of Birth:
6 ft (1.85 m)
Tennis player, Commentator, Coach
United States of America
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What is Brad Gilbert's Net Worth?

Brad Gilbert is an American tennis coach and commentator and a former professional tennis player who has a net worth of $12 million. During his professional playing career from 1982 to 1995, he won 20 singles titles and three doubles titles, and achieved a career-high singles ranking of world No. 4 in 1990. His career earnings as a player are $5.5 million.

Since retiring from the professional tour, Gilbert has coached numerous top players, including Andre Agassi, Andy Murray, and Coco Gauff.

Early Life and High School

Brad Gilbert was born on August 9, 1961 in Oakland, California into a Jewish family. He started playing tennis when he was only four years old after his father, Barry, took up the sport. Despite his diminutive height, Gilbert became the top tennis player at Piedmont High School, following in the footsteps of his older siblings Barry Jr. and Dana, previous top players at the school.

Collegiate Career

For college, Gilbert played tennis at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, California from 1980 to 1982. During that time, he won the California Junior College Singles Championship and the US Amateur Hardcourt Championship. Gilbert transferred to Pepperdine University in 1982, and reached the finals of that year's NCAA Championship.

Professional Tour Career

After leaving Pepperdine in 1982, Gilbert turned professional. Later in the year, he won his first top-level singles title, in Taipei. In 1983, Gilbert made it to the third round at Wimbledon, and in 1984 reached the fourth round at the Australian Open. He claimed his first doubles title at the 1985 Tel Aviv Open, partnered with Ilie N─âstase; he also won the singles event. The next year, Gilbert again won the Tel Aviv singles title, and also won singles titles in Memphis, Livingston, and Vienna in addition to the doubles title in Miami. In Grand Slam tournaments, he reached the fourth round at both Wimbledon and the US Open. Gilbert's only title in 1987 came in Scottsdale, although he made it to the singles quarterfinals at the US Open and Cincinnati Open, and the doubles quarterfinals in Miami, Cincinnati, and Paris.

Gilbert had his most successful year on the tour in 1989, when he won five singles titles: in Memphis, Stratton Mountain, Livingston, Cincinnati, and San Francisco. His 1990 season was also impressive, as he won singles titles in Rotterdam, Orlando, and Brisbane and reached the final of the inaugural Grand Slam Cup. He also reached the quarterfinals at Wimbledon. Gilbert achieved his career-high singles ranking of world No. 4 in early 1990. After failing to win any titles in 1991, he won the doubles title at the 1992 Hong Kong Open with Jim Grabb. That would be Gilbert's final career title before he retired from the tour in 1995. He finished his professional playing career with 20 singles titles and three doubles titles, and with a win-loss singles record of 519-288.

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US National Team

Gilbert played in some major tennis tournaments with the US men's national team. In 1981, he won the gold medal in doubles and the silver in singles at the Maccabiah Games in Israel. Later in the decade, at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, Gilbert took home the bronze medal in singles. Gilbert also played for the US national team in the Davis Cup from 1986 to 1993.

Coaching Career

Gilbert started coaching tennis players in 1994. From March of that year until early 2002, he coached Andre Agassi, who won six of his eight career Grand Slam titles under Gilbert's aegis. Gilbert subsequently coached Andy Roddick from 2003 to 2004, helping him win the 2003 US Open and finish the year at world No. 1 in the ATP rankings. In 2006, Gilbert began coaching Scottish player Andy Murray, with whom he remained through late 2007. He went on to coach Alex Bogdanovi─ç and some other players in Britain's Lawn Tennis Association. Later on, in the summer of 2023, Gilbert began coaching rising star Coco Gauff, who soon thereafter won her first major singles title at the US Open.

Writing and Commentating

Gilbert has penned some books, including "Winning Ugly," which provides tips to help average tennis players defeat more experienced opponents. He also co-authored the book "I've Got Your Back" with James Kaplan. As a tennis commentator, Gilbert works for ESPN.

Personal Life and Real Estate

With his wife Kim, Gilbert has three children named Zach, Julian, and Zoe. He and his wife live in Malibu, California. Up north in Greenbrae, a small community in Marin County, Gilbert owns a tennis shop called Brad Gilbert Tennis Nation.

In 2019 Brad and Kim paid $3 million for a beachfront home in Malibu. Today this home is likely worth $4-5 million.

For many years, Brad's primary residence was an 8,000 square foot mansion set on three acres on the Marin County town of San Rafael. They sold this home in December 2017 for $4.5 million, after having listed it the previous year for a bit under $7 million. Here is a video tour of his former mansion:

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