Serena Williams has time on her side in pursuit of Grand Slam history, says Patrick Mouratoglou

Serena Williams has time”operating because of the” in pursuit of an elusive 24th Grand Slam singles title, says her long-time coach Patrick Mouratoglou.
The former world this month, No 1, who will turn 38, endured her fourth consecutive defeat in a significant final at the US Open since her wait to coincide with the all time drag of Australian Margaret Court was prolonged.
Williams will now have to wait before the Australian Open – her final Grand Slam title in 2017’s scene – in January for the second shot at history.
After her defeat to teenager Bianca Andreescu at Flushing Meadows, the world No 9 resisted anxieties on her capacity to overcome one barrier in her profession: reevaluate the tally of Court then to match.
Mouratoglou, who’s coached Williams to 10 Grand Slam titles since starting their partnership from June 2012, insists the American is becoming more powerful.
“I believe time is working for me personally,” Mouratoglou told Sky Sports’ Mathieu Wood in a private interview in the Mouratoglou Academy.
“I think she was much better in the US Open than she ever had been at Wimbledon and Wimbledon greater compared to Roland Garros.
“She is getting back in shape and also the more in shape she are the more dangerous she will soon be. I believe she’s started to play very good tennis.”
Williams has not won a set she has attained since the return.
She lost to Angelique Kerber in the Wimbledon showpiece calendar year, before being beaten by Naomi Osaka at New York two months later, while this season she has dropped on exactly the phases against Simona Halep and adolescent Andreescu.
Has to resolve the formula once more on the stage as she intends to strengthen her legacy.
“She’s to win that previous match in the tournament which is always really tough,” he said.
“It is 1 game for history and the strain is quite high. I am not in my head but I can figure she’s currently playing one game for history.
“That is the maximum pressure anybody may have in life and on the opposing side of this court she plays with women who have zero pressure since it’s their first closing.
“They are going to play several [Grand Slams]they are young, they are excited, enthusiastic so that they play without stress and that makes a major difference. However, at a certain point she will figure out how to cope with that.”
Patrick Mouratoglou was talking to Sky Sports in the launch of Asics being named official apparel and footwear associate of the Mouratoglou Academy.

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