Patrick Mouratoglou

When Will Tennis Be Able To Unite Itself?

WASHINGTON, May 4, 2020 (by Michael Dickens) The possibility of an ATP/WTA merger has been a hot topic of discussion during the COVID-19 shutdown of the pro tennis tours.  A recent virtual round table gathered coach and broadcast analyst Patrick […]

Patrick Mouratoglou: An Open Letter – ‘Tennis Needs Change’

WASHINGTON, April 9, 2020 (by Michael Dickens) On Tuesday evening, Patrick Mouratoglou, who has coached Serena Williams since 2012 and also counts Stefanos Tsitsipas and Coco Gauff among his pro pupils, wrote an open letter to the tennis community to […]

Copil Opens Roland Garros Qualifying Campaign

PARIS, May 22, 2017 Top-seeded Romanian Marius Copil leads the charge of the 128 men, who started to fight for one of 16 spots in the men’s draw at Roland Garros 2017 as the qualifying competition got underway on Monday. The World No. […]

Bedene Clinches ATP Challenger Title At Mouratoglou Tennis Academy

SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, April 9, 2017 Aljaz Bedene is the champion of the inaugural €64,000 Verrazzano Open held at the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy in Sophia Antipolis. The fourth seed from Great Britain upset the tournament’s number one, Benoit Paire, in Sunday’s […]

Almagro Falls In Opening Round Of Verrazzano Open

SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, April 4, 2017 The European clay court season has kicked off with the inaugural €64,000 Verrazzano Open, held at the French based Mouratoglou Tennis Academy in the heart of Sophia Antipolis this week. Four players of the top […]