Patrick Mouratoglou: "Serena Williams 25 years ago..."

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Patrick Mouratoglou: "Serena Williams 25 years ago..."

Serena Williams is described and considered by most insiders and fans to be the best tennis player of all time. The American tennis player has achieved incredible numbers and records, sometimes together with her sister Venus, and the two have changed the world dynamics of this sport.

The current coach of Serena Williams, the well-known coach Patrick Mouratoglou recently talked about Serena and told of her disappointment and in general her regrets for not having believed first or at least discovered what later turned out to be a legend of the women's tennis.

She will not be able to reach 24 Slam in her career but without a doubt Serena and Venus have changed the history of this sport. Mouratoglou explained that he now believes that it will soon be possible to invest in young tennis players before their explosion, thanks to the famous NFT, or Non Fungible Token.

Patrick Mouratoglou: "Serena Williams 25 years ago..."

Mouratoglou posted an interview with Serena from years ago and made it clear that he always wanted that girl. Serena Williams answering the question: Who would you like to be? of a reporter, she declared: "Well, I wish others were like me!" Mouratoglou continued: "25 years ago I could have bet on Serena Williams but I didn't, I didn't even know her.

Now all this is possible thanks to NFT." This system is slowly emerging in the world not only of sport, but of entire world economy. NFTs are part of digital content connected to the Blockchain, the digital database behind cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.

There is currently no specific way to bet on tennis players, but it appears quite likely that all of this will happen in the recent future. There are many very interesting young tennis players on the circuit, from our Jannik Sinner to the Spanish phenomenon Carlos Alcaraz without forgetting young but already established tennis players as the number four in the world Stefanos Tsitsipas, a Greek talent of which Mouratoglou is precisely the coach.