Is Patrick Mouratoglou married? Yes, he is. His wife name is Ada Obilu. From their conjugal life, the couple is blessed with two beautiful daughters. The couple is having a joyous married life and the possibilities of their divorce are very rare.
Ada Obilu isn’t the first wife of Mouratoglou as he was previously married to Clarisse Mouratoglou. They divorced in the year 2012 before which they welcomed two children. The verified reason behind their separation is not known but as per some reports, they split because Mouratoglou started being close to famous tennis player Serena Williams (born on September 26, 1981).
According to some online reports, Serena Williams was also in the relationship with her coach Mouratoglou. However, the exact verification of their relationship is not known yet. Later, Serena Williams married Alexis Ohanian and together they had a baby. Scroll down to explore more interesting personal facts and biography of Mouratoglou:
Who is Patrick Mouratoglou?
Born as Patrick Mouratoglou, he landed the planet on 8 June 1970, which makes his age be 49 years old as of 2019. He is well-known for being a French tennis coach by profession. He has also grabbed wide public attention for his contribution as a television commentator.
In addition, he is also recognized for being the coach of Serena Williams. She is being coached by him since 2012. His long involvement in the sports industry has made him become known as an expert.
Early Life and Education
Tennis coach Mouratoglou was born in 1970 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. Talking about his family background, he was born to the parents from Greece. His father name is Pâris Mouratoglou Paraskevas (born on January 10, 1941) who is better known for founding EDF Énergies Nouvelles.
Career and Professional Life
In 1996, the French coach founded Mouratoglou Tennis Academy. It was initially located near Paris which is now located to the outskirts of Nice. He has coached renowned tennis players like Marcos Baghdatis (born on 17 June 1985), Julia Vakulenko, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Yanina Wickmayer, Jérémy Chardy, Laura Robson and Grigor Dimitrov.
Mouratoglou coached Marcos Baghdatis from 1999 when he was invited to his Tennis Academy in October 1999. He coached him to the final of the 2006 Australian Open. According to Mouratoglou, Baghdatis was not an athlete as all. His coaching made Baghdatis turned as a junior world No. 1 and later reach the world’s top ten in 2006.
He started coaching Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (born on 3 July 1991) from July 2007 and within two years, Pavlyuchenkova entered the world’s top 30 and finally and reached a career-high ranking of world No. 13. In August 2009, they ended their association and eventually, Mouratoglou started coaching Aravane Rezaï (born on 14 March 1987) and Yanina Wickmayer (born on 20 October 1989).
Under his coaching, Aravane Rezaï entered the world’s top 20 in 2010 season. On the other hand, Wickmayer made her career-high ranking in April 2010 at world No. 12. In August 2010, he stopped coaching Rezaï and also stopped working with Wickmayer in April 2012.
He started serving as the coach to Laura Robson (born on 21 January 1994) in December 2010 and together worked for six months. He also coached Jérémy Chardy (born on 12 February 1987) in his academy.
He also started coaching Grigor Dimitrov (born on 16 May 1991) in March 2012 and their association ended by the September of the same year. After that, he started coaching Serena Williams. Willaims was guided by Mouratoglou in her fifth, sixth and seventh Wimbledon titles and also in her second and third French Open titles.
He also guided her sixth and seventh Australian Open title and her fourth, fifth, and sixth US Open titles. Serena made a big success in her sports career by reaching No. 1 in the WTA rankings. Mouratoglou also coached Stefanos Tsitsipas (born on 12 August 1998) in 2018 in his academy.
Patrick Mouratoglou has been married twice. First, he married Clarisse Mouratoglou, an interior designer with whom he became a father to two children. They ended their married life in 2012. After that, he married Ada Obilu and together they became the parent to a pair of daughters.
French coach Patrick Mouratoglou has a tall height and has a balanced weight. He follows a strict and scheduled diet plan and ensures that the athletes whom he is coaching are physically fit.
Salary and Net worth
The Greek-French Tennis coach Patrick Mouratoglou has amassed an estimated net worth of 5 million USD. He is the founder of a tennis academy which he created in 1996. He has gained both name and fame in the coaching world where he has coached multiple established tennis players. Patrick Mouratoglou has been making a handsome figure of salary from his coaching job.
Wiki and Facts
The biography of Patrick Mouratoglou is provided by most of the popular wiki sites including Wikipedia. He is active on Twitter @pmouratoglou and on Instagram @patrickmouratoglou where he has garnered more than 38k and 106k followers respectively.