Serena Williams’ coach does not see Maria Sharapova with the stamina to make the U.S. Open semifinals. And, nothing personal, she probably shouldn’t be in the main draw in the first place. The outspoken Patrick Mouratoglou also noted new mother Serena’s pregnancy-related absence from the Open was the luckiest thing to happen to the 6-foot-2...
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