“Tennis Majors was born during a discusssion with Patrick two years ago at the US Open and to see such a major project become a reality is super exciting,” Williams told Forbes. “Tennis fans are passsionate about their sport and its players and they want to know what happens behind the scenes. I am looking forward to starting this adventure.”

The site features video interviews, news and long-form features, in addition to two interview series with Mouratoglou himself, one called “Eye of the Coach” and the other called “The Coach and the Star.”

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It is expected that Mouratoglou, who founded the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy in 2016, will enlist Williams to beef up his content library.

Mouratoglou and Williams have won ten majors since they first started working together in 2012. Williams is still bidding to catch Margaret Court at the top of the all-time Grand Slam titles won list with 24.

The American has dropped her last four major finals after returning from giving birth to her daughter Alexis Olympia in September of 2017. Williams will turn 39 in September.

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