Serena Williams Boyfriend: Patrick Mouratoglou Gets Payback? French Tennis Coach Tweets About Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova Defeating Maria Sharapova
By Staff Writer | February 04, 2014 08:28 PM EST
Serena Williams' coach and rumored boyfriend Patrick Mouratoglou made a post on Twitter about Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova defeating Maria Sharapova in a recent Open GDF Suez tennis match.
The Russian tennis player criticized Patrick Mouratoglou last year for dating Serena Williams while going through divorce paperwork.
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Serena Williams was spotted grooving to a performance by British singer Estelle at a Dr. Dre Beats party for Superbowl Sunday, leaving many fans wondering if she was dancing with other men.
The American tennis star is rumored to be dating coach and rumored boyfriend Patrick Mouratoglou.
Last week, the French tennis star posted a video on Twitter teasing an upcoming web series entitled "In My Shoes."
"Little Clip you can find on Serena's website part of the web series," he wrote.
Earlier this week, he mentioned on Twitter that he is returning to Paris after spending time in Australia during a recent tournament.
"Stop in Doha on my way back to Paris. I left France the 9th of december and will be back today," he posted on Twitter.
"Paris. France. Back to Mouratoglou Tennis Academy."
The French tennis legend listed Serena Williams' name to leave open the possibility of playing at the Indian Wells tournament she has boycotted since 2001, the New York Times reports.
"It's an option," Mouratoglou said regarding her involvement, according to the newspaper.
"It can be yes, it can be no."
The American tennis star has not participated in the tournament because she and her sister Venus were booed during a final match where she defeated Kim Clijsters - on her way out she heard racial slurs aimed at her father Richard.
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