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Coach: Serena focused on breaking Slam record After falling short ... During her post-match interview, Serena Williams attributes success in not only tennis but in women's sports to Billie Jean King, whom Williams calls an inspiration.
In an interview to Marca, Serena Williams' coach Patrick Mouratoglou spoke about tennis in general. The Frenchman got on the headlines after last year's US Open final for coaching Serena during the match against Naomi Osaka. Mouratoglou thinks on-court ...
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Serena Williams's coach Patrick Mouratoglou ... Pointedly, "Tennis Manager" allows gamers to conduct on-court coaching to the tennis players they "manage" in their ...
Serena Williams is ready to win her first Grand Slam title as a mother, having arrived at the Australian Open in her best condition since coming back from maternity leave, according to her coach Patrick Mouratoglou. Frenchman Mouratoglou, who has guided ...
Serena Williams was back, with a vengeance. When Serena decided to change coaches from her father to Patrick Mouratoglou, she was taking a huge risk. In the world of tennis coaching, which emphasized molding players to a rigid standard set by the coach, ...
Her tennis is certainly still part of the discussion. “We all know Serena is very dangerous when she’s fit ... Carlos Ramos, the umpire, spotted Williams’s coach motioning at her to be more aggressive. Ramos warned about a coaching infraction.
Serena Williams has said that neither she or her sister Venus Williams were ever "afraid to wear braids" or "be black in tennis." Williams is regarded ... after getting slapped with three code violations for coaching (which she denied), smashing her ...
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Serena Williams’ next Australian Open opponent ... Dayana, who’d been taking tennis lessons since she was 4 1/2, decided Williams could use some help. So the kid ran to her bedroom, grabbed a racket and resumed following ...
MELBOURNE, Australia -- Four months after Serena Williams lost in a controversial ... she was not in a good space in terms of tennis and competition," Patrick Mouratoglou, who has been Williams' coach since 2012, told ESPN at the Australian Open.
"Of course, she's not number one in the world, and I have a lot of respect for the number one but I still feel that if Serena plays her tennis and she's herself 100 percent, I still think she's the best. But she has to show it now. I think it might happen.