According to a Romanian tabloid, Simona Halep might have divorced because of Mouratoglou.

The Wimbledon champion’s coach may have influenced her choice to file for divorce from her husband Toni Iuruc, claims Romanian tabloid Cancan. First, Cancan asserts that Toni Iuruc, Simona Halep’s husband, has not been to any of the former Wimbledon champion’s matches since she signed the deal with Patrick Mouratoglou (April 7, 2022).

Second, the Romanian daily claims that Patrick Mouratoglou sent a message in which he accepted responsibility for Roland Garros, which was a “disaster” because Halep was defeated by an unimpressive Chinese woman in the second round.

Unexpectedly (to use Cancan’s words), manager Virginia Ruzici was fired and Simona Halep defended the coach. The third reason Mouratoglou would be at fault for the divorce is because Simona Halep signed a management agreement with a Swede, Nina Wennerstrom, who was one of Mouratoglou’s closest associates, following her Roland Garros campaign (former tennis player, Wennerstrom is the most influential woman in Scandinavian sports).

Furthermore, Toni Iuruc was never present during any of Simona Halep’s training sessions at Mouratoglou’s academy in Biot, which is 15 kilometers from Nice, according to Cancan.

Last but not least, Toni Iuruc was not with Simona Halep when she departed for the United States at the beginning of August. Prior to the US Open and only after Simona Halep withdrew from Cincinnati (two days after she won the title in Toronto) did the champion’s husband arrive in New York.

One year after her legal marriage, Halep got divorced.

Toni Iuruc, the rich husband of Simona Halep, and she have announced their divorce.

After just over a year of marriage, Halep and Iuruc announced in this week’s Romanian media that they were divorcing. Halep and Iuruc exchanged vows on September 15, 2021. Study more: Simona Halep responds to speculations that she and a Romanian business mogul are divorcing