Serena Williams' coach and rumored boyfriend Patrick Mouratoglou believes the American is capable of winning 24 Grand Slam titles, while Novak Djokovic are open to clear the air between him and rival Andy Murray after tension went high during their final showdown at the 2015 Australian Open.

Williams Eye on the Record

Mouratoglou, the man behind Williams' resurgence late in her career, has no doubts his ward can win at least 24 Grand Slam titles before she closes her legendary tennis career. However, the French coach stressed that it would need a great deal of motivation for Serena to keep raising the bar despite her advanced age.

"Of course she can, but I'm not saying it's going to be easy. For sure it's going to be very difficult. She will have to stay fit; she will have to keep the motivation as high as it is now. She has been playing 17 years on tour, so to wake up every morning, go to practice, all these things. But she still has for the moment," Mouratoglou said in a recent interview via Tennis Tonic.

After winning her sixth Australian Open title last month, the 33-year old Williams moved five Grand Slams away to tying Germany's Stefi Graf, who carved a reputation as the greatest female tennis player of all time by racking up a WTA record 24 Grand Slam title.     

Murray-Djokovic Feud

Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic wanted to settle his score with runner-up and long-time foe Andy Murray following the Scott's comments regarding the Serb's behavior that distracted him in the match.

Djokovic, who now holds a record five Australian Open championships in the Open era, said he would try to talk and make peace with Murray, whom he respected highly.

"From my perspective, no. How he feels about it, it's obviously still very fresh to talk about that. He's definitely disappointed about losing that match. It's normal that some time has to pass. We'll see.

If there is a chance, if he's willing to talk, I'll talk, no problem. I have nothing to hide. I'm not the sort of guy who is pretending, who is trying to do something behind anyone's back or is saying bad things about anybody, especially about someone I have known for a long time. I have respect for him."