‘People Gathered Together’ – Former Serena Williams coach Patrick Muratoglu celebrates founding with UFC star Frances Ngannou among standout celebrities

Patrick Mouratoglou, former coach of Serena Williams, is already one of the most influential tennis coaches around the world. He often shares his knowledge of the game on his social media. In 2014, he created a foundation called the Champ’Seed Foundation with the goal of helping tennis players who are financially unstable. Several players from this establishment have become great players on the tour, including Stefanos Tsitsipas, Coco Gauff and others.

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It recently celebrated its eighth anniversary with the presence of many stars.

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Patrick Mouratoglou celebrates the 8th Anniversary of the Champ’Seed Foundation with Francis Ngannou and others

In a recent Instagram post, the French tennis coach shared some sweet moments from the celebration. Interestingly, current UFC Heavyweight Champion Frances Ngannou was also there during the celebration. Apart from him, former women’s basketball player, Lisa Leslie, 2018 World Cup winning footballer Adel Rami, and a few other celebrities also joined the anniversary party.

Commenting on his Instagram post, Moratoglu wrote, “Live the dream, surrounded by the people who dared to dream with me. An unforgettable night to celebrate the 8th anniversary of the Champ’seed Foundation, whose philosophy is to bring together people who have made it in life – our donors – with the young tennis children of great advantage. I can’t wait to Future generations of players will follow in the footsteps of Stefanos, Coco and Holger.”

“Special thanks to @francisngannou, adilrami, gadelmaleh, lisaleslie, boriskodjoe, bobsinclar and all the celebrities from the world of sports and entertainment who honored us with their presence last night,” He also wrote thanks to all the celebrities for attending the party.

It is worth noting that Stefanos Tsitsipas, Coco Goff and Holger Ron were mentioned in the commentary. Coincidentally, they came from the same establishment, with Mouratoglou being one of the reasons they rose on the tour. While Tsitsipas is already a superstar, Gauff and Rune are slowly making their mark on the tour. Recently at the French Open, Gauff played the final, and Ron reached the quarter-finals as well.

Mouratoglou split from Serena Williams

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Earlier in April, Muratoglu broke shocking news, announcing the spread of 23-time Grand Slam winner Serena Williams. Instead, he became the full-time coach for Romanian tennis star Simona Halep. The two-time Grand Slam winner defeated Serena in the 2019 Wimbledon final, shattering her dream of winning 24 Grand Slam titles.

Paris, France May 27. USA’s Serena Williams with coach Patrick Mouratoglou during training at Stade Philippe Chatrier in preparation for the 2021 French Open Tennis Championships at Roland Garros on May 27, 2021 in Paris, France. (Photo by Tim Clayton/Corbis via Getty Images)

Last week, Serena announced her return to Wimbledon. Currently, she is playing without a coach. At the same time, Halep with Muratoglu. Sure, it will be a fun showdown if they face each other at Wimbledon this year.

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