E6: Patrick Mouratoglou

E6: Patrick Mouratoglou



In this episode, Caro and Borja interview renowned tennis coach Patrick Mouratoglou, who shares his journey from a shy child passionate about tennis to founding his own academy at 26 and becoming one of the most successful coach ever. He emphasizes the importance of passion, confidence, and competitiveness in tennis, drawing on experiences with top players like Serena Williams and Coco Gauff. Patrick discusses adapting tennis to attract younger audiences through UTS (Ultimate Tennis Showdown), a dynamic format for modern viewers. The conversation also highlights the crucial role of empathy and mental resilience in coaching and achieving success.

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Hello Caroline and Borja,
Congratulations on the success of your podcast!

We’d love to collaborate with you, either through paid advertising or through a partner/affiliate scheme.

My name is Peter Clarke; I’m a former professional tennis player turned entrepreneur from Ireland/Australia.

Along with an amazing team, we’ve recently launched CoachLife, a subscription-based video instructional site featuring the junior coaches to famous athletes.

So far, we’ve shot content with over 25 of the best tennis coaches of all time, including the junior coaches of Nick Kyrgios, Frances Tiafoe, Maria Sharapova, Pete Sampras, Jessie Pegula, Iga Swiatek, Tommy Paul, Coco Gauff, Taylor Fritz, Pat Rafter, Andy Roddick, Mardy Fish, Kei Nishikori, and many more great players.

We also have some of the world’s leading tennis-specific fitness trainers, sports psychologists, nutritionists, footwork specialists, racket customizers and physiotherapists/trainers on the site.

Our site is: www.coachlife.com and we have a 7 days free trial available

Would you be free for a zoom call over the next week to discuss ideas I have around us working together?

Thanks for taking the time to read this, and I look forward to speaking soon.

Kind regards,

Peter Clarke

Excellent episode! Patrick’s life story was so interesting and I understand him better and like him even more. Careful to not interrupt too much, especially with someone like Patrick who can talk easily and does not need prompting. Thank you!

Ken perilli

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