Nicolas Mahut is France’s tennis musketeer. He is strong, he is loyal, he is patient, and he is an honor for his country. His serve is sharper than a knight’s sword, and his weapons at the net are as prolific as France’s artillery. 38 years-old Mahut has a unique baggage of experience that not very many players can brag about. First of all, he has won all four Grand Slams in doubles, and ranked No. 1 in the world in 2016. And he’s still in his golden days, currently ranked No. 3. He reached a career-high of world No. 37 in singles, in 2014, and is considered one of the best grass players on tour. Mahut is notably famous for taking part in history’s longest tennis match, his 11-hour Wimbledon classic against John Isner. At UTS, he will be playing some of the shortest matches of his life. Can he be as dangerous? With a power serve and aggressive play, he is bound to make some serious damages.Watch live
Mahut is known for playing the longest match in tennis' history, a Wimbledon classic of over 11 hours. No doubt, he has the patience to hold his ground against any opponent.
38 year-old Mahut is one of the most experienced players in the field. He reached a career-high ranking of world No. 1 in doubles and won all four Grand Slam titles, a feat very few can brag about.
A doubles specialist, Mahut is in his comfort zone at the net: nothing can get past him.