Patrick Mouratoglou says the "vast majority" of coaches break rules around on-court coaching during grand slams and says it should be allowed to "add to the drama" and make tennis more appealing.
Mouratoglou raised the issue after he was deemed to have given Serena Williams coaching during a dramatic US Open final defeat to Naomi Osaka last month.
Williams reacted furiously to being given a code violation, denying receiving any input from her trainer during a 6-2 6-4 loss at Flushing Meadows.
Mouratoglou confirmed he had attempted to send signals to the 23-time grand slam champion and the Frenchman says it is time to change a ruling he claims is breached on a regular basis.
The status of coaching in tennis needs reforming. Read my opinion below pic.twitter.com/qLKIINwqbx— Patrick Mouratoglou (@pmouratoglou) October 18, 2018
He posted on Twitter: "It is a very basic truth that the vast majority of tennis coaches are actually coaching on court, despite the rules.
"Look at how many times players look towards their boxes during a match. Some do it after every single point. Of course, coaches are usually discreet in the way they give messages to their players - they do it with signs or with coded signals - but most of them also communicate verbally.
"Occasionally the players are punished for it, but for the most part they are not, because the federations are perfectly aware of the situation and don't ask umpires for a strict application of the rule.
"It is time for tennis leaders to amend the status of coaching. It is time to authorise and structure - something that the WTA has initiated in 2008 when it allowed on-court coaching for all tournaments apart from the grand slams - practices that have been tolerated all over the world for decades. This, I believe, would ensure that tennis sustains its development."
He added: "If we want to attract new people to tennis, we have to realise that our sport is complex; it's sometimes not easy for new people to get into the sport if they are not already fans. To attract new people, you need to get them emotionally involved.
"You want spectators and TV viewers to have opinions about the players - and the coaches - and to know who they like and who they don't. Watching the interactions between players and coaches is a very good way of achieving this.
"Emotions run high when coaches talk to their players during matches. Sometimes the players don't like to hear what their coaches are saying, but this all adds to the drama."
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