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Serena Williams Boyfriend 2013: Patrick Mouratoglou Forgotten? US Open Tennis Star Spends Personal Time Alone Without Coach

By Staff Writer | September 26, 2013 12:41 AM EDT

Serena Williams has spoken about all about her personal and social life on Twitter, except for her coach and rumored boyfriend Patrick Mouratoglou.

Serena Williams and her coach Patrick Mouratoglou have long been rumored to be dating, but one website suggests the couple might not have ever dated.

"The pair have never openly admitted to being anything more than player and coach, but the media and especially the tennis writing press have largely ignored this fact and assumed that they are a couple, to the point that there are now rumors about the so-called 'couple' having split up," SteveGTennis.com reports.

"Following the US Open Serena Williams returned to her family home and complained in her blog about would issues which forced her and her kids to share her sister Venus' bedroom, but meanwhile Mouratoglou was adding fuel to the media fire by continually posting photographs on Facebook of he and Serena together away from the tennis court."

Serena Williams might have made a new friend - a hockey player named Dan Ogee posted a photo of a trophy he appears to have won and tagged the US Open star in his post, saying "my trophy is bigger than yours."

She responded, saying "Wow can I have it?" and he answered back, saying "Nope, but you can drink from it."

Perhaps the Twitter back-and-fourth exchange might have made Serena Williams' coach and rumored boyfriend Patrick Mouratoglou jealous?

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