Coco Gauff was spotted by Patrick and his team at age 10. She then ventured out of America for the first time and traveled to Mouratoglou Academy. Coco became the youngest player in Wimbledon history to qualify for the main draw and the youngest women’s player since 1991 to reach the Round of 16 at Wimbledon in 2019. In August 2022, she claimed #1 in the world in doubles. Coco Gauff is a popular American sensation on the women’s tour. On the court, Coco is calm and composed while competing with grit and determination. Off the court, her maturity reflects beyond her age. Coco stands up for what she believes in by using her influential voice.


  • Ranking (WTA): 6

  • Country: United States

  • Age: 17 (born 13 March 2004)

  • Height: N/A

  • Nickname: Coco

  • Plays: Right handed, two-handed backhand

  • In 2018 she became the youngest female player to win Junior Roland-Garros since Martina Hingis in 1993


Stefanos Tsitsipas was seen by Patrick at age 15 on … Youtube. Since then, he has regularly trained at Mouratoglou Academy and has made it his family’s home base. In 2021, Stefanos reached a career-high of No. 3 in the World in the men’s singles rankings. From a kid whose dream was to stun the Big 3, Tsitsipas became the youngest player to ever defeat Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal in 2019. Although Stefanos continues to be coached by his father Apostolos, he has a special relationship with Patrick, who acts as his mentor, and works closely with Mouratoglou coaches: Frederic Lefebvre (fitness) and Louis Fresneau (physio).


  • Ranking (ATP): 3

  • Country: Greece

  • Age: 23 (born 12 August 1998)

  • Height: 193 cm

  • Nickname: TsitsiFast

  • Plays: Right handed, one handed backhand

  • At the 2019 Australian Open, he became the youngest male Grand Slam semi-finalist since Novak Djokovic in 2007


In 2017, Popyrin began training at Mouratoglou Academy. After winning the Junior Roland Garros title, his career took off. In 2019, Alexei won at least a round in all four Grand Slams and broke into the ATP Top 100 for the first time. He also successfully qualified for 10 ATP main draws, which is more than any other player on the tour (tying Mischa Zverev in 2016), showing tenacity, consistency, and enormous potential. In 2020, Popyrin competed in UTS alongside some of the world’s top tennis players, earning wins against experienced players like Benoit Paire and Feliciano Lopez. He received the nickname “The Sniper” because of his dangerous serve and ability to perform under pressure.


  • Ranking (ATP): 65

  • Country: Australia

  • Age: 22 (born 5 August 1999)

  • Height: 196 cm

  • Nickname: Popy

  • Plays: Right handed, two-handed backhand

  • Made the second-best progress on the 2018 ATP circuit (from No. 621 to No. 149)


Patrick discovered “The Machine” when he was just 13 years old. Holger Rune left his home country Denmark to join Champ’seed at the Mouratoglou Academy in 2016. In 2022, he made a name for himself on tour by winning his first ATP title in Munich. He then reached the quarter-final of Roland Garros and hit his career-high singles ranking, No. 26. As of October 2022, Patrick joined Holger’s team. Shortly after, Rune won his maiden Paris Masters Title, defeating Novak Djokovic in the final, becoming the youngest winner of the Paris tournament since 18-year-old Boris Becker in 1986. Holger broke into the top 10 at the end of 2022, becoming the first Danish man to enter the Top 10 in the open era. Holger is known for his incredible work ethic, and his passion for the game is like an inner fire.


  • Ranking (ATP): 10

  • Country: Denmark

  • Age: 19 (born 29 April 2003)

  • Height: 188 cm

  • Nickname: The Machine

  • Plays: Right handed, two-handed backhand

  • The first man to beat five top 10 players in the same tournament when he won the Paris Masters 1000 title 2022


Linda (2005) began training with her younger sister Brenda at the Mouratoglou Academy in 2017. In 2019, she made a name for herself, winning the singles and doubles title at Les Petits As, became the first player born in 2005 to compete in a junior Grand Slam in Paris and eliminated the No.2 seed at Junior Wimbledon as the youngest player in the draw. After conquering the junior tennis circuit, winning 5 titles, and becoming No. 10 in the world in 2021 at 14, she quickly proved herself to battle on the WTA tour. In September of 2022, Linda won the Chennai Open and moved into the world’s top 100 for the first time. At Australian Open in 2023, the Czech superstar reached the fourth round making her the youngest player in the second week. Linda is the youngest player in the top 100, with a career-high of No. 51. She has an endless fighting spirit and an ambitious mindset; her future is exceptionally bright.


  • Ranking (WTA): 52

  • Country: Czech Republic

  • Age: 17 (born 1 May 2005)

  • Height: 172 cm

  • Plays: Right handed, two-handed backhand

  • The youngest player in the WTA top 100 rankings


Brenda (2007), the youngest of the Fruhvirtova sisters, has been unstoppable since age 13, winning the singles (2020) and doubles title (2019) at Les Petits As and the Eddie Herr singles title in 2018. On the ITF circuit, Brenda has won 8 W25 titles and 54 of her first 64 matches since December 2021. This totals 5 consecutive titles, building a 25-match winning streak, and she is now ranked in the Top 200. At the Australian Open in 2023, Brenda was the youngest competitor and qualified to make her Grand Slam main draw debut at age 15. With a bulletproof baseline game and an incredible work ethic, Brenda is a rising superstar.


  • Ranking (WTA): 160

  • Country: Czech Republic

  • Age: 15 (born 2 April 2007)

  • Height: 170 cm

  • Plays: Right handed, two-handed backhand

  • Best women's player born in 2007

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