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Serena Williams' coach says in-match coaching should be allowed in tennis to help the sport's popularity. Patrick Mouratoglou, who admitted he used banned hand signals to try to help Williams during her loss in the U.S. Open final, wrote Thursday in a ... -
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But the issue is back on the front burner after the contentious United States Open women's final last month when Serena Williams was given a code violation by the chair umpire Carlos Ramos after her coach Patrick Mouratoglou signaled to her from the ...
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Tennis superstar Serena Williams has been caught in the middle of a social media storm after appearing on the front cover of GQ magazine. The respected international men's publication selected the 37-year-old, who has captured 23 Grand Slam titles in
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The changes in tennis keep coming. And now we see Wimbledon leading the way as the All England Lawn Tennis Club announced the introduction of a final set tiebreak for all championship events starting in 2019. But don't expect a tie-break at Wimbledon ...
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Mouratoglou said that the tennis governing bodies have been considering changing the rules to allow for on-court coaching for five years and that he's long supported the change, which he characterized as a progressive, modern approach to the game as ...
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Patrick Mouratoglou, the coach at the centre of Serena Williams's infamous US Open final meltdown, on Thursday called for on-court coaching to be allowed at all events. The Frenchman insists that coaching goes on all the time at tournaments and to
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Through a statement on Twitter Serena Williams' coach Patrick Mouratoglou is back to speak about the on-court coaching, a topic that is on the headlines again after that he coached Serena Williams during the US Open final against the Japanese Naomi
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LONDON (AFP) - Serena Williams "went too far" with her controversial rant at an umpire during the US Open final, according to Roger Federer. Williams received a code violation for coaching, a penalty point for racquet abuse and a game penalty for  -
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Caroline Wozniacki thinks Serena Williams is right in asking tennis authorities to introduce on-court coaching in Grand Slams as well. Speaking at the WTA Finals in Singapore after her win over Petra Kvitova, Wozniacki said: 'I think basically all
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Seven-time Grand Slam winner Mats Wilander believes that on-court coaching should not be introduced on the ATP Tour and in WTA Grand Slams. Wilander disagrees with latest Patrick Mouratoglou, Serena Williams's coach, on the topic. 'Tennis is a sport ...
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The American player backed the thoughts of Serena Williams' coach Patrick Mouratoglou on it. 'I think that a lot of coaching does happen from the stands, anyway,' Stephens said. 'Whether it's right, wrong, whatever, I think that coaching is a big part
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After ending his coaching relationship with former world No. 1 Andre Agassi, Djokovic reunited with his old team led by Marian Vajda in April. Although his form improved, he crashed out of the Roland-Garros quarterfinals in a tempestuous match against
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Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki has reduced the debate surrounding Serena Williams controversial US Open final meltdown to one sentiment. “All sports have on-court coaching…I don't see why not in tennis.” Williams drew the world's gaze ...
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In USTA Player Development news, former Head of Women's Tennis Ola Malmqvist was promoted to be its new Director of Coaching, a position previously held by Jose Higueras, while former Team USA Lead National Coach Kathy Rinaldi and Director of ...
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Serena Williams' meltdown during her loss at the 2018 US Open women's singles final against Naomi Osaka started a debate about on-court coaching and despite the tournament ending on Sept. 9, the topic continues to be discussed by ... Williams' coach