Andy Murray has become the first leading player to call on Justin Gimelstob to quit his role on the Association of Tennis Professionals board.
The American was sentenced following assault charges. Gimelstob pleaded no contest and was given three years' probation and 60 hours of community service by a Los Angeles court on Monday.
Despite the verdict, he remains on the ATP board.
British tennis great Murray, a three-time Grand Slam champion and double Olympic gold medallist, told the UK’s Sunday Telegraph newspaper: “I don’t see how, with everything that has gone on, how it’s possible for him to remain in a position of authority or management at the ATP right now.”