This week on The Body Serve, we've got a surprising week in Monte Carlo to recap, an exciting weekend strewn across the globe in Fed Cup, and a resolution to the Justin Gimelstob court case. Fabio Fognini beat Rafael Nadal in the Monte Carlo semis on his way to a maiden Masters 1000 title. Meanwhile, Ash Barty and Sam Stosur headlined the Fed Cup action, leading Australia to its first final in over 25 years! We finish the episode with an expanded discussion on the developments in the Justin Gimelstob case, and what it means for his place in tennis going forward, among other things...
01:01 A surprising loss for Rafa in Monte Carlo?
04:59 The Princes of Clay not up to the task in week one
09:00 Fognini's past and how it frames his present
15:32 Team Australia headlines Fed Cup semifinal weekend
20:46 The reunited Garcia/Mladenovic tandem take out Romania
23:15 Great Britain, despite the drama, advances to World Group II
32:02 Gimelstob pleads no contest to felony assault
35:52 The weak responses from Tennis Channel and the ATP
43:25 Gimelstob begins the process of re-integrating himself into tennis
48:00 What is it about this situation that renders so many mute?
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