Patrick Mouratoglou Net Worth

April 30, 2023
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Patrick Mouratoglou is a France-born tennis coach best known for coaching the ATP player Marcos Baghdatis and for being the current coach of Serena Williams. Born on 8 June 1970, Patrick is of both Greek and French descent. A well-known personality in the sport of tennis, Patrick is the founder-owner of Mouratoglou Tennis Academy which happens to be the largest coaching academy in Europe. He has been serving as a tennis coach since 1996.

A very well-respected personality famous for his tennis coaching skills, one may wonder how rich is Patrick Mouratoglou? As estimated by sources, Patrick counts his net worth at an amount of $5 million as of early 2016. He has amassed his wealth being a world renowned tennis coach. Being personal coach of top tennis players in the world such as Serena Williams, Marcos Baghdatis, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and others has added quite a lot to his present net worth.


Patrick Mouratoglou Net Worth $5 Million


France-raised Patrick is the son of Paris Mouratoglou, a businessman and the founder and president of EDF Energies Nouvelles. Patrick started his career in coaching as he founded Mouratoglou Tennis Academy in 1996. He gained popularity as he coached ATP player Marcos Baghdatis who became the winner of the 2003 Australian Open boy’s title. Patrick was his coach for more than seven years starting from 1999. Later, in 2007 Patrick started coaching Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova. Thanks to Patrick’s coaching skills and her talent, Anastasia reached the World’s Top 30 within two years of their association beginning. From 2009 to 2012, Patrick coached tennis stars like Aravane Rezai, Yanina Wickmayer, Laura Robson, Jeremy Chardy and Grigor Dimitrov.

Moreover, Patrick earned a big name in the sport as he started coaching world famous tennis star Serena Williams in 2012. He still continues to be her coach, and Serena has managed to win her fifth and sixth Wimbledon titles, an Olympic Gold Medal and more under Patrick’s guidance. Patrick also guided Williams to win the US Open three times, French Open for twice, and one Career Golden Slam. She also won 2015 Australian Open, which happens to be her sixth Australian Open title. These wins have made Serena World No. 1 in the WTA rankings, all thanks to Patrick’s coaching and Serena’s capability. Of course, being the personal coach of these highly regarded tennis players over the years has earned quite significantly for Patrick making him a multi-millionaire coach at the present.

During his career as a coach, Patrick has also won several titles including 29 Coachee Singles titles and 3 Coachee Doubles titles. Winning all these titles has obviously helped Patrick maintain a good name in tennis as a coach. His tennis academy in France has also been earning well for Patrick as it is now one of the largest and most successful tennis academy’s in Europe earning millions of dollars in revenue each year.

In his personal life, 45 year-old Patrick is married to Clarisse and they have two children. For now, he enjoys his life as one of the most successful tennis coach in the world while his present net worth of $5 million caters to his daily life.

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