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Tennis superstar, Serena Williams is dating her coach Patrick Mouratoglou, who is the founder and head coach of the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy. This is probably the reason Serena has been hardcore dominating lately. I guess sh*tting where you eat does work out sometimes..-TO
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The US Open champ previously was rumored to be dating a Bulgarian tennis player but photos of Serena Williams cozying up to her coach might indicate otherwise.
After her disappointing loss in the first round of the French Open back in April (during which she was an emotional wreck), Serena Williams began working with a new coach in France. In the process, she may also have found herself a new boyfriend.
Serena and Patrick Mouratouglou were recently spotted in France together looking like far more than just a teacher and his pupil. As you...
Looks like Venus isn’t the only Williams sister with a new boo. Serena Williams was spotted “boo-loving” with her tennis coach, Patrick Mouratoglou. The two were spotted in Paris looking like more than “coach and tennis player.” Serena recently stated that Mouratoglou has “restored the joy of playing tennis.” The two look happy but, [...]
According to OnTheGoTennis.comSerena Williams might be off the market fellas.
Well, well, well…….what do we have here?
There was a rumor Serena Williams was dating Bulgarian tennis player Grigor Dimitriov after they were seen rooting for each other at the Sony Ericsson Open, but with these new pics it obvious that Grigor and Serena are just friends because she is dating his coach...
Newly crowned US Open champion Serena Williams and 2012 French Open champion Maria Sharapova today confirmed they have signed on for the Brisbane International 2013.
Williams is looking forward to her second appearance at the Brisbane International. “I love the tournament, it’s great,” said Williams, whose US Open triumph this week capped off a golden tennis year that included...
The first WTA tournament of 2013 will have a pair of Grand Slam champions from 2012 in the field: Wimbledon and U.S. Open winner Serena Williams and French Open titleholder Maria Sharapova.
Brisbane International tournament officials said Thursday that Williams and Sharapova would join the previously-announced Andy Murray, who won his first Grand Slam singles title at the U.S. Open...
In a turnaround from the overnight ratings released earlier in the week, final numbers for the singles finals of the U.S. Open increased slightly from last year. Sunday’s Serena Williams/Victoria Azarenka U.S. Open women’s final drew a 3.4 final rating and 5.165 million viewers on CBS, up a tick in ratings and 5% in viewership from last year (3.4, 4.927M), and up 100% and 98...
By Maud Watson
He had to wait an extra day for it, but on Monday night, Andy Murray got the monkey off his back and did what no other British man had done since Fred Perry back in 1936 – he won a major singles title. A lot of things went right for the Scot that fortnight. Nadal withdrew, Berdych took care of Federer, he got one more day’s rest than Djokovic, but...
Serena Williams is no stranger to Karaoke. The Tennis star is often doing her thing on the mic in intimate settings…The other night on Jimmy Fallon, the crowd was a lot bigger. Check out Serena performing the same song she celebrated her fourth U.S. Open title with. The disco classic, Gloria Gaynor’s “I will survive.”-TO
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FROM THE USTA -FLUSHING, N.Y., September 12, 2012 – The USTA today announced that the 2012 US Open, driven by two of the most compelling singles finals in the tournament’s 131 years, was one of the most successful years in the tournament’s history. Total attendance topped 700,000 for the fifth time finishing at 710,803.
Television viewership of the three-set women’s...