As Mouratoglou's briefing also pointed out, tennis is unique among the major sports in its insistence that players must not be given direction during matches - with the exception of team competitions such as the Davis Cup or the lengthy trial of on-court coaching, allowed once per set, that has been running since 2009 on the women's tour.
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Mouratoglou added he also wanted to make it obligatory for coaches to speak in English during changeovers, even if both player and coach usually communicate in a different language.
The sport's various governing bodies and Grand Slam tournaments have been looking at the issue, with some sounding more willing than others to consider permitting coaching.
Patrick Mouratoglou, whose hand signals led to the American great's meltdown in the final after she was sanctioned for being illicitly coached, has ignored the pleas of Wimbledon with a public demand that the practice become fully accepted.
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"It is time for tennis leaders to amend the status of coaching". Some do it after every point'.
'Occasionally the players are punished for it, but for the most part they are not, because the federations are perfectly aware of the situation and don't ask umpires for a strict application of the rule, ' he stated in a social media post. You see it all the time in team sports: "Football coaches instruct their players from the sidelines, and they take advantage from half-time to adjust their team or systems; basketball coaches can call timeouts several times during a game", he said.
"If people consider that a step too far, I would advocate the WTA rule, though I would prefer it if coaches could come on the court more often", he said. "If we don't get people involved, then tennis is only ever going to be followed by pure tennis lovers".
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The Frenchman says on-court coaching "adds to the drama" of the sport.