In an interview to SPOX, Serena Williams’ coach Patrick Mouratoglou commented on his co-operation with the American that started in 2012 and also analysed the reasons why the 23-time Major winner has not been to compete at her best lately.
“Over the years, new challenges came up more and more times. We set new goals together. In the beginning, Serena was going through a tough time. She had not won a Grand Slam for two years. My challenge was to make Serena great again.
She found a plan that we went through together and that luckily came to a good end. After starting our co-operation, Serena won Wimbledon, US Open and Olympic Gold within three months. She trusted me from the first day. That’s probably one of the main keys of our success.
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