Mouratoglou began instructing ATP player Marcos Baghdatis in 1999 when Mouratoglou welcomed him to his Tennis Foundation in France in October 1999 on one-week premise. Baghdatis was, by not a competitor by any means, however inside of seven years he would turn into a lesser World No. 1, win the 2003 Australian Open young men's title, achieve the last of the same competition in 2006 and achieve the World's main ten.
In the year 2010 he began training Laura Robson, who was World No. 217 at the time and as yet attempting to break into the senior tour. They cooperated for six months prior to isolating presently before Wimbledon in 2011, when Robson was all the while attempting to gain any ground on the Ladies' Tennis Affiliation (WTA) Visit, having slipped further to World No. 257. He is a great man with great skill as a coach and loves what he does and has won many coaching titles.