Patrick Muratoglu, the tennis coach at the center of the infamous US Open 2018 drama starring Serena Williams, is back in the center of the coaching dispute.
The incident happened after Greek star Stefanos Tsitsipas accused the American Open Chair of the American chair of being addicted to him during a tirade in which he told an official, "You're all weird!"
In the video above: Tsitsipas breaks down
Tsitsipas told Damien Dumas in the morning that his reason for his bias was "because you are French and you are all weird!"
Tsitsipas was angry that Dumusoa believed he was getting a coach during the match from his player's box, which was not allowed.
Although it was not clear who exactly was accused of giving Tsitsipas the coaching meetings, Mom Nini's tennis fans believed that a familiar figure was guilty.
Patrick Moratoglou, Serena Williams coach, Serena Williams full-time The Greek star's coaching box and was immediately suspected of giving a coach a match, although some tennis players suggest the allegations
The accusation stunned Ing, considering that Muratoglu is at the center of one of the most controversial moments in recent tennis history during the US Open 2018 final, when he was accused of training Serina Williams during the match.
This contention by competitor Carlos Ramos caused a collapse by Serina, who eventually lost the finals after suffering multiple punishments for her violent response to the charges.
Tsitsipas did not react as angrily as Serena did a year earlier, but he was still alive with Dumas' proposal.  "The artist of the chair was very incorrect in what he said to me during the match," Tsitsipas said afterwards.
"I don't know what exactly this judge of the chairman has against my team, but he complains and tells me The team tells me all the time when I'm out
"He's very – I do not know. I believe he is wrong because I never hear anything from my team outside. "
Tsitsipas added that he thinks tennis needs more ampers that are fair to all players.
" I feel like some of them have preferences when on the court, "he said.
Cicipas lost in the first round to the second consecutive major tournament after opening his season by defeating Roger Federer en route to the Australian Open quarterfinals.
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"Well, it's not very pleasant when they As the referee warns you and disturbs your time and coaching violations during a match, "Tsitsipas said." It can affect your thinking. It can affect your decision making. "