Patrick Mouratoglou is the founder and Head Coach at the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy which based near Paris. Founded in 1996, it is now considered to be one of the best in the world and offers personalised trained which is tailored to each of its players individual needs.
Patrick Mouratoglou has accumulated victories with his first group of players with worldwide fame such as Mario Ancic, Marcos Baghdatis, Paul-Heni Mathieu, Gilles Muller, Ivo Karlovic and Pauline Parmentier.
Since 1996 he has built up an impressive track record including a Grand Slam final, nine final Junior Grand Slams, three Junior World Champions and two players from the Academy who joined the very elite circle of the top ten world players.
- His first collaboration as a coach with Marcos Baghdatis was a great success. Baghdatis got to the final of the Australian Open and joined the list of the Top Ten World Players.
- From December 2006 to July 2007 he coached Julia Vakulenko (23 years old and 120 WTA). In less than 6 months she reached number 33 in the WTA ranking.
- From July 2007 to August 2009 Patrick Mouratoglou coached Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, 18 years old and Junior World champion 2006. Ranked 300 in the WTA list in January 2008, she became the youngest player in the Top 50 and advaned the most on that list in the same year.
- From November 2009 to August 2010 Patrick coached french player Aravane Rezai. This collaboration has seen the french girl win tournaments in Bali, Madrid and Bastad as well as reaching 17th place in the world ranking.
- Since January 2011 for a period of 6 months, Patrick coached Jeremy Chardy who joined the french team for the Davis Cup.
- Between March and July 2012 he supervised Grigor Dimitrov who also joined the Top 50 ranking.
- He is currently coaching Serena William’s who won with him Wimbledon 2012, the Olympics, the US Open 2012 & 2013, the Istanbul Masters 2012 & 2013, Roland-Garros 2013 and came back in the WTA first rank.