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Maybe that should be the show: Making Strides-- a show about second chances...
"Unless he grows about another foot by the time I get back to the locker room", the 6' 5" Gimelstob said, "he's in trouble." At the 2002 U. Open singles competition, Gimelstob lost in the second round to Andre Agassi. At Wimbledon in 2003, he competed in both the singles and doubles events. 15 seed Arnaud Clément of France in the second round in five sets.