Born in Paris on June 8, 1970, Patrick Mouratoglou long dreamed of pursuing a professional tennis career.His father's influence attempted to steer him in another direction despite a potential which ranked him amongst the best French junior players at the age of 15. This frustration strengthened his desire to never stray from his dream: to be part of the high-level, professional tennis world. After having completed business studies, he reunites with his passion by boldly creating his own tennis academy in 1996. If he could not himself become a tennis champion, he now made it his duty to train them. His motivating, atypical idea is to propose personalized training to the chosen athletes. Where other training centers or academies put forth a system based on natural selection by mixing a large quantity of players, Patrick Mouratoglou promises completely personalized training to a chosen few. If academy members dutifully respect his methods as a innovator, he in turn guarantees them a very small percentage of failure.
Jan KRISTIAN SILVA
Wow!!! The man has more sayings than a Buddha!!!
Master of self promotion and the only European academy owner who is claiming a throne, "The biggest and the most famous academy in Europe". He uses the names of Baghdatis and Jan Silva to sell his books. His website is created like a shrine to himself. Extremely clever businessman and if he concentrates on managing players only he will rise to the level of IMG. My advice to parents is to read any contract that he offers you twice because he has made them in that way that he is always in a win, win situation. Tennis wise their isn't much to say but I give him credit for self- promotion and marketing. A little inside info: Baghdatis was not happy with how he was portrayed in Mourataglou book.