Considering they're both at the top of their game, and both each other's types, it sure seems like this duo could be Hollywood's next biggest couple!
During the US Open many od us wonder who was the lucky man in Serena Williams’ heart with whom she would celebrate her victory with, some names came up but it seems that the man Serena is certainly dating is coach Patrick Mouratoglou.
The retired star wields seven Grand Slam singles titles and a host of publicly yearning quotes about building a family and a life, and in light of her own family troubles over time. and may that spawn have a racquet glued to its hand if it so happens that the child can also possess the mother's glorious one-handed backhand.
Not sure if lightning strikes twice in this case, but time will tell.
Some of the names he’s coached in the past include Marcos Baghdatis, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Aravane Rezaï, Jérémy Chardy, Laura Robson and most recently; as of June 2012 Serena Williams, became his trainee.
Apparently Patrick was once seen as a promising youth tennis player, however it never translated to any professional exposure.
So either he is really caring coach (that’s silly, she sure has her hand in his back pocket) and friend of Serena or he is no longer with his wife, hopefully there is no affair going on, I very much doubt Serena will head that way.
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After all, they’ve been in a relationship for at least the last two years, and probably longer.
Click through to read more about the coach, author, businessman and twice-married son of a wealthy Greco-French industrialist that is Patrick Mouratoglou.
The famous duo, who was recently seen getting hot and heavy at a restaurant in Cincinnati, is enjoying keeping their newfound relationship on as low of a profile as possible. News that "things are heating up with the duo and all of Serena's friends approve of the pair."Our insider further dished that the rapper is "a true gentleman and is very supportive."And while it's going to be hard to keep their romance as out of the public eye as possible, we're told that they're trying their hardest to do so."They are both private people when it comes to their personal lives," a pal shared.
So how did these two first decide to take their friendship to the next level?
The Spin is not ready to declare Serena Williams "engaged" to Patrick Mouratoglou (of the eponymous tennis academy in France), not as some tennis watchers are inclined to do, but it seems obvious that the two, while not yet confirming their together-ness, are more than chummy.