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Mouratoglou To Co-Coach Novak Djokovic?

By Scoop Malinowski

Patrick Mouratoglou has been defending and speaking high praises for Novak Djokovic lately. It’s very interesting because he’s the only major tennis figure to take the risk of saying positive things about the controversial Djokovic who seems to be the target of the tennis establishment for cancellation.

This combined with the big news that Djokovic has parted ways with his long time coach and co-coach Marian Vajda leads one to wonder if Djokovic and Mouratoglou are working out some kind of business agreement to join forces. It’s not known how much Mouratoglou can help improve Djokovic tactically or mechanically however one area the prolific academy owner can assist Djokovic is in the public relations department.

Right now Djokovic needs a powerful figure to speak for him and to defend and protect his name, image and brand. Djokovic can’t be bothered fighting the media and establishment, he has to concentrate all his power and energies to the court and to beating all of his challengers. The very respected, colorful, dynamic Mouratoglou has excellent relations with the media and his voice and positive verbal support for Novak can influence how the public perceives Novak.

Djokovic hiring Mouratoglou to be a new member of his team makes sense. Djokovic needs Mouratoglou to keep talking positively about him, to counter and combat the relentless media negativity smear campaign attacks lead by media manipulators Wertheim, Rothenberg, Clarey, Patrick McEnroe, Navratilova, and many others. Armed with the powerful and respect Mouratoglou and the truth, Djokovic can actually conquer the fake news negative media which has been hounding him for years.

I predict Djokovic is soon going to hire Patrick Mouratoglou to replace Vajda and to become a key member of his team.

Check out what Mouratoglou said about Novak this week:

“He’s a much more authentic guy than they thought he ever was. Maybe he did a few mistakes in terms of communication that lead people to think that he’s not authentic. But I believe that acts always always speak louder than words.”

“A lot of people are good at pretending they’re authentic but look at what they do not at what they say. And in his case, I think that his acts speak much louder than what he might have said.”

“That’s why I think it’s going to be a game changer and I think people will realize who Novak is really.”

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  • Doug Day · March 7, 2022 at 8:36 am

    Nole gives up his ranking, coach, doctor easily bribed vaccine release and video game image royalties. And they call HIM inauthentic. His principled stand on bodily autonomy will outlast the shameful covid theatre.

  • Scoop Malinowski · March 7, 2022 at 10:13 am

    Greatest sports hero standing up for his beliefs and principles since Muhammad Ali but the hate media and tennis establishment backstabs him relentlessly.

  • Scoop Malinowski · March 12, 2022 at 1:15 pm

    Cool stats

    Wins against top-10 opponents:
    Novak Djokovic- 229
    Roger Federer- 223
    Rafael Nadal- 181
    Andy Murray- 104

    Active men with 700+ singles match wins:
    Roger Federer- 1,251
    Rafael Nadal- 1,043
    Novak Djokovic- 991
    Andy Murray- 700

  • Scoop Malinowski · March 12, 2022 at 5:02 pm

    Wins against top-5 opponents:
    Novak Djokovic 108 (35 in GS)
    Roger Federer 104 (29 in GS)*
    Rafael Nadal 90 (31 in GS)



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