Mouratoglou had an open relationship with reporters and often gave a welcome insight to Williams’ recovery back to full health.
Williams took time out of the game to give birth to her first child and has slipped down the world rankings to 183rd.
But upon her return, the 36-year-old wants a closed camp as she attempts to fight her way back to the top of the standings.
Williams booked her place in the Wimbledon final this afternoon and gave a tetchy response when asked about the media backout.
“We’re trying something new,” she said.
Williams will play Angelique Kerber on Saturday – which is a repeat of the 2016 final.
And she is hoping to end a two-year Grand Slam title drought against the German.
“We played each other in the final so she is clearly a really good grass-court player,” Williams added.
“She has been going in the draw really well. I love watching her play and I get to play her now.
“It is good motivation to keep going for the rest of my career.
“It’s crazy. I don’t even know how to feel.
“I literally didn’t expect to do this in my fourth tournament back
“When I don’t have anything to lose I play so free and that’s exactly what I’m doing.”
Source : EXPRESS