At 21 years old, Corentin Moutet is France’s newest tennis revelation. He took the ATP tour by storm, and has made a lot of damages in the last year. Earlier in 2020, Moutet reached the finals of the Qatar Exxon Mobil Open, ousting top players Stan Wawrinka, Fernando Verdasco, and Milos Raonic. In 2019, he upset Grigor Dimitrov in Wimbledon’s first round, as a qualifier. He also reached the 3rd round of Roland-Garros’ main draw. The youngster is climbing up the ATP rankings as fast as a tornado taking shape in the horizon, reaching a career-high ranking of No. 70, a few months ago. Moutet’s game is never to be underestimated: he funnels to the net, hit dangerous hot drop shots, and rip apart his opponents with a game high in flair and finesse. Off court, Moutet isn’t the traditional teenager: he’s a musician, and a poet. In all aspects of his life, Moutet aims to leave his mark. And that’s exactly why he’s playing UTS.Watch live
Corentin Moutet’s game can be best described by the following two words: finesse and flair. He has a good connection with his racket and can place the ball however he wants.
Moutet has great net play capabilities. He always seems to know what to do with the volley, and places it at will.
One of Moutet’s main strengths through this UTS1 may be his unpredictability. He’s new to most other UTS players and he could cause some surprises.