On or off the court, Lucas Pouille always displays style and elegance. Off-court, he stands out by his dirty blond hair and remarkable sense of fashion. On-court, style takes an entirely different meaning: his stunning forehands have a je-ne-sais-quoi, his serves are stunning, and he seems to fly across the court. Now 26 years old, the French touched the Top 10 in 2018, and reached the semi-final of the Australian Open in 2019. The public will immediately fall under Lucas’ charm, ingenuity, freshness, and… his flair.Watch live
Elegant, flawless, effortless, Lucas Pouille has a state-of-the-art technique.
Pouille can always count on his backhand to push through tough opponents.
Everything Pouille does seems effortless, from the way he moves on the court to how much power he can generate on his shots.
Former World No. 1, Amélie Mauresmo is the most successful tennis player to be present at UTS1. Only, she won’t be there as a player, but as a coach. The former French player won 2 Grand Slam within the same season, in 2006, when she was crowned champion at both the Australian Open and Wimbledon. She also won the WTA Finals in 2005, for a total of 25 career titles. She is the French woman with the most titles in the Open Era, ahead of compatriots Mary Pierce and Marion Bartoli. Mauresmo won the silver medal at the 2004 Athens Olympics games and was introduced in the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 2015.
After coaching former World No. Andy Murray, Mauresmo took on a new challenge by joining Lucas Pouille’s team in December 2018. Her only condition? Hard work. According to Pouille, Mauresmo has brought him a lot of confidence both as a player and as a person. Shortly after they started working together, Pouille reached the semi-finals of the Australian Open, his best Grand Slam finish so far, and re-entered the ATP’s Top 20.