Simona Halep discusses the contributions Patrick Mouratoglou made to her squad.

Simona Halep, a two-time Grand Slam champion, asserts that she has complete faith in coach Patrick Mouratoglou. Halep, 30, had thoughts of retiring from tennis last season and at the beginning of this season.

Halep seems to have rekindled her passion for the game since bringing on Mouratoglou, and she is motivated to resume winning Grand Slams. Team Halep is benefiting from Mouratoglou’s energy, and the Romanian player genuinely enjoys being around her coach.

According to Halep, “Mouratoglou is everything right now.” “He is the only member of the team. Everything that is happening around me has to do with his academy and him. I changed this because I had a strong urge to.

At thirty, I believed my tennis career was over. But now I’ve started something good and fresh. Everything is brand-new. So I’ll have fun. Actually, I’m already having fun. I’ll test my potential in the future.”

Halep: Meeting Mouratoglou was the finest possible outcome.

One of the most well-known coaches on the WTA Tour, Mouratoglou quickly made Halep feel at ease in his presence.

Halep acknowledged, “Yeah, I trusted him from the first second.” “Before I attended his academy in April, I knew nothing about him; we had never met or spoken. So everything is new, yes.

But I had faith in him. I’m at ease. We’ll find out.” Halep attained the number one spot and won two Grand Slams while working with former coach Darren Cahill. Halep refused to compare Cahill and Mouratoglou when prompted to do so.

“First of all, I didn’t leave Darren; he left me in September of last year. Second, I won’t compare them because they are so dissimilar, “said Halep. “I can say right now that meeting Patrick was the best thing that could have happened to me.

He is extremely energized. He’s quite generous. Therefore, working with people like them means a lot to me.” Halep is competing this week in the Citi Open in Washington.