Serena Williams’s coach Patrick Mouratoglou reveals Cristiano Ronaldo dribbled up and down SIX football pitches after training every day aged 20 at Manchester United
- Patrick Mouratoglou has given insight into hard work Cristiano Ronaldo put in
- The strict fitness regime and diet the Man United star sticks to is no secret
- Serena Williams’ coach has now lifted the lid on the extra yards on training field
Cristiano Ronaldo dribbled up and down six football pitches after training every day in his first spell at Manchester United, according to tennis coach Patrick Mouratoglou.
Mouratoglou, who is Serena Williams’s tennis coach, has given insight into the hard work Ronaldo put in during the early stages of his career.
The strict fitness regime and diet Ronaldo sticks to is no secret but Mouratoglou has now lifted the lid on the extra yards on the training field before he became one of the greatest players in the world.
Cristiano Ronaldo (left) dribbled up and down six football pitches after training every day in his first spell at Manchester United, according to tennis coach Patrick Mouratoglou (right)
‘I know many soccer players who played with him,’ he said in a clip on social media platform Instagram.
‘They told me we start practice at 10am, we arrive, the guy is here since 9am every morning. He’s doing more exercises just for him.
‘He does the practice with everyone and then stays after everybody leaves.
‘It was in Manchester, he was 20, there were six soccer fields, one next to each other and he was taking the ball and going right, left with the ball on all six soccer fields one after the after, back and forth six times after the practice every day alone.’
Mouratoglou, who is Serena Williams’s tennis coach, gave insight into Ronaldo’s hard work
In his first spell at United, Ronaldo won three Premier League titles, one Champions League, one FA Cup and two League Cups, scoring 84 Premier League goals in the process.
Ronaldo made a sensational return to United in a £19.8million deal in August after deciding to leave Juventus.
He wasted little time in making his mark on the Premier League once again and has notched 13 goals and supplied two assists in 20 matches.
Ronaldo joined United from Sporting Lisbon in 2003 and scored 84 league goals in first spell