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Three weeks after Wimbledon, Djokovic won his first ATP title at the Dutch Open in Amersfoort without losing a set, defeating Nicolás Massú in the final.He is a monthly contributor for several tennis magazines, as well as blogs all over Europe (Eurosport) and Yahoo Sports in the US. As far I heard Patrick is married, in pictures taken just last December we was wearing his wedding ring, his wife is Clarisse Mourataglou, mother of his three children, Charlotte and Juliette.So either he is really caring coach (that’s silly, she sure has her hand in his back pocket) and friend of Serena or he is no longer with his wife, hopefully there is no affair going on, I very much doubt Serena will head that way.His first tour-level tournament was Umag in 2004, where he lost to Filippo Volandri in the round of 32.Djokovic made his first Grand Slam tournament appearance by qualifying for the 2005 Australian Open, where he was defeated by eventual champion Marat Safin in the first round in straight sets, after defeating future rival Stanislas Wawrinka in qualifying.He won his second career title at the Moselle Open in Metz, and moved into the top 20 for the first time in his career.
On 9 April 2006, Djokovic clinched a decisive Davis Cup win against Great Britain by defeating Greg Rusedski in four sets in the fourth match of the tie, giving Serbia and Montenegro an insurmountable 3–1 lead in their best-of-five series, thus keeping the country in the Group One Euro/African Zone of Davis Cup.Afterwards, Djokovic briefly considered moving from Serbia to play for Great Britain.The nineteen-year-old Djokovic, who was ranked sixty-third in the world at the time, mostly dismissed the story at first by saying that the talks were not serious, describing them as "the British being very kind to us after the Davis Cup." Britain was offering me a lot of opportunities and they needed someone because Andy [Murray] was the only one, and still is.Genčić worked with young Djokovic over the following six years before realizing that, due to his rapid development, going abroad in search of increased level of competition was the best option for his future.To that end, she contacted Nikola Pilić and in September 1999 the 12-year-old moved to the Pilić tennis academy in Oberschleißheim, Germany, spending four years there.42-year-old Mouratoglou was born in France in June 8th, 1970.