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42-year-old Mouratoglou was born in France in June 8th, 1970.He funded The Mouratoglous Tennis Academy in 1996 in France, studied at USPTR Professional and resides in Thiverval- Grignon.A curious fact about Patrick is that he is Grigor Dimitrov’s current coach, Grigor was linked to Serena just a few weeks ago. He should get credit for the success of top tennis players like Mario Ancic, Paul-Henri Mathieu, Marcos Baghdatis, Gilles Muller, Ivo Karlovic, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Pauline Parmentier; he was Serena’s adviser during Winbledom this year.These days Patrick Mouratoglou is coaching Grigor (2012) and Jeremy Chardy since last February plus he supervised Yanina Wickmayer and Laura Robson’s training programs."Serena inhales deeply and quickly & says "Will you go out on a date with me?! When they stopped they were both blushing."Well Serena, I love you too. Once it closed, they went to Cafe Ultimo and ate supper. " asked Ash."Because I don't think the pokemon centers in Lumiose have rooms we can stay in & all the hotels in Lumiose City are way too expensive.""Okay I agree.""Before we go can we go visit the Prism Tower?You can find Patrick Mouratoglou on Facebook here and his Twitter here.

Not just Tennis champion 30-year-old Serena Williams looks very happy with her new French boyfriend but it quite clear she can’t keep her hands off him, both looks so in love walking down the streets of Valbone in France.

After that they tried to decide where to go to sleep."I think we should just camp," said Serena."Why?

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