PHOTOS: Serena Williams And Boyfriend/Coach Patrick Mouratoglou Spotted


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Despite having been seen several times in intimate manner with her coach Patrick Mouratoglou, 42, Serena Williams have kept fans confused by denying rumors that her coach is her boyfriend.

On Sunday, the two were spotted on a shopping spree in Melbourne, Australia…

Passing by comment: Those legs of Serena Willaims…

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3 comments

  1. LJC says:

    Feel sorry for you , Serena…

  2. LJC says:

    You’re a phony, Serena…All the fame and money and whatever will come to an abrupt end…

  3. Elejandro says:

    Chad, I think it is fair to say that Mormons are so personally idefnitied with their beliefs, because their entire religion’ is premised upon a semi-clever conman who literally MADE THE WHOLE THING UP OBVIOUSLY by way of stealing and reinventing’ concepts and text, from multiple venues, to manifest his own little domain of I can do anything because I am special and destined to be god’ which caught on because other men found that desirable, as well, and Smith knew that, hence set it up for them to earn that right as well’ rather than the lot of them simply attempt to strive towards divine perfection, knowing all mortals will fail in obtaining perfection, by virtue of the reality that they are mortals, not gods, but at least the pursuit itself lends to the overall improvement of both the individual and society itself, when premised on true faith in goodness and love rather than on fear, hatred, and false presumption of superiority over any one else which is hateful and especially upon the notion of such hatefulness being Divine Will, when it is so obviously and insidiously reflective of mankind’s own worse inequities. You are not alone, in such fallacy of life’s purpose Christians suffer this same delusion of grandeur’ as does any religion’ that suggests spirituality is evil or void unless controlled’ by religious doctrine’. +2Was this answer helpful?

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