Serena Williams and her boyfriend-coach Patrick Mouratoglou are vying for the 20th Grand Slam title at French Open 2015.
With their winning streak, that doesn’t seem like an impossible task!
The world number 1 is clearly the favorite going into French Open 2015, thanks to her boyfriend slash coach Patrick Mouratoglou.
Seeing how she and her coach have worked hard together to build the career, they have finally decided to make their relationship public.
According to CNN, “Their trophy tally since teaming up includes a Wimbledon title, an Olympic gold medal, three U.S.
Open titles, a Roland Garros title and an Australian crown, lifting her back up to the pinnacle of the women’s game.” But Serena Williams better watch out that her boyfriend Patrick Mouratoglou isn’t getting her too cocky right before French Open 2015.
According to Tennis Magazine, the Serena Williams said that she is “indifferent” to different kinds of courts.
She said: “I’m not sure if this is a good thing or a bad thing, but I’m never really aware of the speed of the court,” said Williams, who won Roland Garros in 2002 and 2013.
“My friend Caroline [Wozniacki] always jokes with me, she’s like, ‘I never ask you whether the court is slow or fast.’ Because I just don’t know.
I’m so happy just to be out there.
For me it’s all the same.
Clay is slow, grass is fast and hard is medium, and that’s just how I look at it.” Serena Williams and her boyfriend Patrick Mouratoglou have big plans for French Open 2015.
Now that the world number 1 and her coach’s relationship is public, they can safely chart their successes together.
Seeing how the world number 1 and her boyfriend slash coach have created this special partnership, it looks like Serena Williams won’t have to fumble through the clay court season, including French Open 2015! The American tennis player said according to the Guardian, “I’m totally not as ready for the clay-court season as I thought I was.
Now I’m in the mindset of, ‘You know what, I’m not on hard court.’ I’m playing like I’m on hard court and I’m not.
So I have to play and be ready to hit a thousand shots if necessary.” Serena Williams celebrated her Miami Open win with her boyfriend Patrick Mouratoglou.
It looks like the world number 1 isn’t shy to hide her relationship with her coach.
There’s nothing better having your boyfriend as a lifelong coach! The world number 1 hid her relationship with her coach for the longest time, denying every rumor and speculations.
But before kicking off her Australian Open 2015, she became more public about her relationship with Patrick Mouratoglou.
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