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MEN’S FINAL

THE LION, KING OF UTS

Alexander Zverev “The Lion” repeated Saturday’s victory against Felix Auger-Aliassime “The Panther” in a second consecutive sudden death. Zverev recovered from a 1-2 lead from Auger-Aliassime and saved a championship point to lift the Lightning Bolt Trophy.

 

 

WOMEN’S FINAL

THE THUNDER CLAIMS HER LIGHTNING

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova “The Thunder” became the first-ever UTS women’s champion in an epic sudden death battle against Alizé Cornet “The Volcano”. Is there anyone more fitting than The Thunder to lift The Lightning Bolt Trophy?

 

 

The Lion is king of UTS’ jungle

The Lion is king of UTS’ jungle

Sudden death has been the story of Ultimate Tennis Showdown. All three finals have required it, the third being Sunday night’s UTS2 title match between Alexander Zverev and Felix Auger-Aliassime.

The Lion, who also beat the Canadian in sudden death on Saturday, saved one championship point to prevail over The Panther 19-10, 11-13, 10-18, 18-8, 2-1.

 

 

The Thunder makes UTS history

The Thunder makes UTS history with win over The Volcano in first-ever women’s final

The lightning bolt trophy is going to The Thunder.

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova won the first-ever women’s UTS event on Sunday, outlasting Alizé Cornet 16-8, 12-11, 11-14, 9-16, 3-1 in sudden death. A back-and-forth final saw The Thunder lead two quarters to love, lose the next two, and then save a championship point before finally triumphing.

 

 

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