“Coaching is a vital component of any sporting performance. Yet banning it almost makes it look as if it had to be hidden or as if it was shameful,” he wrote in a Twitter put up on Thursday.
“Authorising coaching in competition and actually staging it so that the viewers can enjoy it as a show would ensure that it remains pivotal in the sport.”
Sloane, who’s in Singapore for the season-ending eight-player WTA Finals, echoed Mouratoglou’s sentiments.
“I think that a lot of coaching does happen from the stands, anyway,” she advised reporters on Saturday.
“Whether it is proper, incorrect, no matter, I feel that teaching is a giant a part of tennis, and also you’re on the market alone. You know, lots goes into it behind the scenes, preparation and all the pieces.
“So I feel that I can not say undoubtedly there must be or shouldn’t be, however I feel there must be a little bit little bit of a change to the rule, undoubtedly.”
Sloane mentioned on-court teaching created a connection between gamers and followers.
“I feel the on-court teaching brings in that side of you’re feeling such as you’re extra concerned like with the participant and coach, and I feel that makes it extra like a private sort of factor,” she mentioned.
“Whereas when they’re off the court docket and you do not see the coach, do not see the interplay, do not see the crew dynamic, it makes you distant.”
The 25-year-old will make her WTA Finals debut on Monday in opposition to Osaka in a battle between the previous two US Open champions.