Simona Halep (30) was embarrassed by Patrick Mouratoglou (51) the day the two went as mere spectators to the men’s tournament in Monte-Carlo.
Simona Halep and Patrick Mouratoglou are still in a period of adaptation, and the French coach of Greek origin started from the left collaboration with our athlete.
Mouratoglou made an inelegant move on Wednesday. in the Monte Carlo Country Club complexwhich hosts the Masters Tournament this week.
Simona Halep, put in an embarrassing situation by Patrick Mouratoglou! The lack of elegance of the French in public
Simona Halep and Patrick Mouratoglou went together to watch Monte Carlo matches live, but Serena Williams’ former coach ‘hired’ her on the way to the central arena box. As Simona and her manager, Virginia Ruzici, stopped to greet an acquaintance, Patrick made an inelegant gesture. The Frenchman continues on his way and leaves Halep behind! Visibly embarrassed, the Romanian intervened to catch Mouratoglou.
Patrick Mouratoglou’s gesture betrays a lack of politeness, but also a rigid relationship he has with Simona Halep! The Frenchman has been training Serena Williams for 10 years, while Simona Halep has a long-standing collaboration with Darren Cahill! The Australian was very close to Halep, but also to her family, but the two ended their collaboration, after six years, in September last year.
Simona Halep, Patrick Mouratoglou and Virginia Ruzici watched the Monte-Carlo matches together
Simona Halep and Patrick Mouratoglou combined business with pleasure in Monte-Carlo, seeing live some of the best tennis players on the ATP circuit. Still not fully recovered from a thigh injury, Halep is set to make his slag season debut in Madrid (April 26 – May 8), so he wanted to get in the redshift tournament mood , going to the stands of Monte-Carlo. .
Simona Halep, Patrick Mouratoglou and Virginia Ruzici watched from the stands the matches played on Wednesday, in the second round in Monte-Carlo. There was a big upset in the center arena as teenage miracle Carlos Alcaraz (Spain) was knocked out by Sebastian Korda (USA) with 7-6(2), 6-7(5), 6-3.