Patrick Mouratoglou is a sought-after tennis coach, with 10 Grand Slams titles, 4 Coach of the Year awards, 39 coaching single titles, and 2 Olympic medals. He has coached over 40 tennis players who have reached the Top 100.

At the age of 26, Patrick started his coaching career and set up the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy in France — driven by a passion to scout new tennis talent. It is now the number 1 Tennis Academy in Europe and a training base for the world’s best ATP and WTA players.

In 1999, Patrick Mouratoglou began coaching and shaping the career of Marcos Baghdatis. He became the Junior World #1 and won the 2003 Australian Open Junior Championships. Between 2007 and 2011, Patrick coached Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Aravane Rezaï, Yanina Wickmayer, and Laura Robson. In these years, Patrick welcomed Jérémy Chardy to the academy and began coaching Grigor Dimitrov, becoming the ATP Top 50 in just 5 months.

In 2012, Patrick took an opportunity to start coaching tennis icon Serena Williams, who then reclaimed the No. 1 spot, becoming famous and renowned in the tennis industry. Together, they collected victories: 2 gold medals at the 2012 London Olympic Games, 10 Grand Slams, 3 WTA Tour Championships, …

In 2014, Patrick Mouratoglou created the Champ’seed Foundation in 2014, to help tomorrow’s tennis talent who don’t have the financial resources to reach the highest international competitions.

Patrick is also an international consultant for the leading TV networks: ESPN, Fox Asia, France Televisions and Eurosport International, where he hosts a show broadcasted in 54 countries.

In 2020, he launched a revolutionary international tennis league: the UTS league (Ultimate Tennis Showdown).

In the same year, Patrick starred in Netflix’s ‘The Playbook’, alongside renowned coaches (Doc Rivers, José Mourinho, and Dawn Staley), directed by LeBron James.

He has been listed by Vanity Fair as one of the 50 most influential French people in the world, and by L’Equipe among the Top 15 personalities who shape global tennis. He is one of the most followed coaches on social media, with a community of over 2.5 million followers, sharing exclusive advice and match analysis.