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Corentin Moutet
Corentin Moutet
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Moutet at the 2018 US Open
Country (sports) France
ResidenceBoulogne-Billancourt, France
Born (1999-04-19) 19 April 1999 (age 23)
Neuilly-sur-Seine, France
Height1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Turned pro2016
PlaysLeft-handed (two-handed backhand)
CoachLaurent Raymond
Prize moneyUS $2,195,231
Singles
Career record37-51 (42.0%) (at ATP Tour level, Grand Slam level, and in Davis Cup)
Career titles0
Highest rankingNo. 67 (3 May 2021)
Current rankingNo. 116 (25 July 2022)[1]
Grand Slam singles results
Australian Open2R (2021, 2022)
French Open3R (2019)
Wimbledon2R (2019)
US Open3R (2020)
Doubles
Career record1-2 (at ATP Tour level, Grand Slam level, and in Davis Cup)
Career titles0
Highest rankingNo. 425 (12 June 2017)
Grand Slam doubles results
French Open2R (2017)
Last updated on: 25 July 2022.

Corentin Moutet (French pronunciation: ​[k?t mut?]; born 19 April 1999) is a French tennis player.

Moutet has a career high ATP singles ranking of world No. 67, attained on 3 May 2021. He also has a career high ATP doubles ranking of world No. 425, attained on 12 June 2017.[2] Moutet also idolised legendary tennis player Rafael Nadal growing up.

Moutet made his ATP main draw debut at the 2017 French Open after receiving a wildcard to the doubles main draw with Constant Lestienne. They defeated Dustin Brown and Lu Yen-hsun in the first round, but were defeated by Jean-Julien Rojer and Horia Tec?u in the second round.[3]

Moutet won his first ATP Challenger Tour singles title at the 2017 Brest Challenger tournament in October 2017, defeating Stefanos Tsitsipas in the final.[4]

Junior career

2013: First ITF tournaments, first titles

In April, Moutet entered the singles qualifying of the ITF Junior Cap d'Ail.[5] Two tournaments later, he reached his first singles final at the Podgorica Open.[6] At the Copa Santa Catarina Internacional in October, Moutet again reached the singles final, losing to João Menezes in straight sets. In doubles, he took his first title with Fernando Yamacita.[7] At the Copa Guga Kuerten, his final tournament of the year, he proved victorious in both doubles, again partnering Yamacita, and singles, where he defeated Yamacita in the final.[8]

2014: Doubles success, junior Grand Slam debut

Moutet continued to prove himself in doubles competition, taking two titles and finishing runner-up once. In April, at Beaulieu-sur-Mer, he and partner Johan Sébastian Tatlot took out Maxime Janvier and Alexandre Müller in straight sets.[9] Moutet and Tatlot again partnered at Roehampton in June, reaching the final before losing in straight sets.[10] In October, he won his second title of the year at the Dunlop Srixon Japan Open Junior Championships, this time partnering Akira Santillan.[11]

While successful in doubles, singles success proved to be elusive. Moutet reached the quarterfinals of only four events and pushed further in just two, never making a final. In June, he made his junior Grand Slam debut when he lost to Lee Duck-hee of South Korea in the first round of the French Open. Later that month, he fell in the second round of Wimbledon qualifying to Hong Seong-chan.[12]

2015-2016: Shortened seasons

Moutet began to shift his focus to ITF Men's Circuit events in 2015, resulting in a shortened season of only three tournaments. His best results came at the AGL Loy Yang Traralgon Junior International in January, where he reached the third round in singles and quarterfinals in doubles, with Orlando Luz.[13] Later that month, he made his Australian Open debut, losing in the first round in both singles and doubles. His final event of the year was the Trofeo Juan Carlos Ferrero in April, where he fell in the first round in singles and second round in doubles.[14]

2016 also proved to be a shortened Junior season for Moutet. He began his season in May at the French Open, moving through two rounds before losing to countryman and eventual champion Geoffrey Blancaneaux in three sets. Moutet found singles success again in July when he competed at the European Junior Championships. Though unseeded, he received a bye in the first round before moving swiftly through to the semifinals, where he met Marvin Möller of Germany. Möller pushed Moutet to three sets, but Moutet came out on top. In the final, he faced Stefanos Tsitsipas. Tsitsipas won the first set in a tiebreak, saving two set points, and lead 5-3, 30-0 in the second set when Moutet, upset with the chair umpire, quit the match.[15][16] Moutet then competed in the European Summer Cups, helping France win the title, before finishing his year at the US Open, where he lost in the third round.[17]

2017: Final junior year

Moutet started his 2017 season at the AGL Loy Yang Traralgon Junior International in January. Seeded sixth, he moved quickly through the first four rounds, dropping only twelve games en route to the semifinals, where he again met Möller. Moutet moved into his first final of the season after defeating Möller in straight sets. In the final, he faced 16th seeded Zsombor Piros, taking out the Hungarian to win his first tournament of the season. Partnering with Ergi Kirkin, he also reached the doubles semifinals, losing to Italian pair Francesco Forti and Mattia Frinzi.[18] The Australian Open would also prove to be successful for Moutet. Seeded fifth in singles, he faced little trouble en route to the semifinals, where he again faced Piros. Unable to replicate his success in Traralgon, Piros, the eventual champion, came out on top, defeating Moutet.

Focusing on Pro Circuit events, Moutet did not return to junior competition until June, when he competed at the French Open. In the first round, he defeated Emil Ruusuvuori, whom he had previously defeated at the Australian Open, before falling to Alexey Zakharov of Russia in the second round.

July brought additional success for Moutet. After falling in the first round of the Nike Junior International Roehampton, he made a deep run at Wimbledon.[19] As the top seed, he pushed through to the semifinals, defeating 11th seeded Jurij Rodionov of Austria in the quarterfinals before falling to unseeded Argentinian Axel Geller. After a successful Wimbledon, he then entered the European Junior Championships, where he was again the seeded first. On his way to the final, he exacted revenge on Zakharov in the semifinals, defeating him without losing a game. In the final, Moutet met Piros for the third and last time in 2017, again falling to him in straight sets.[20]

Moutet's final junior level matches came at the European Summer Cups in August. Here he did not drop a set, winning three matches in singles and, with Matteo Martineau, three matches in doubles to help his home country lift the trophy.[21] After the victory, Moutet announced that he would no longer play junior events, instead focusing his efforts exclusively at the professional level.[22]

Moutet reached a career high of No. 7 in the ITF Combined Junior Rankings on 14 August 2017.

Professional career

2014: Metz qualifying, Futures events

Moutet began his professional career when he was given a wildcard into the qualifying event at the Moselle Open, where he won his first round match against Ukrainian Gleb Alekseenko in two sets. He then faced second-seeded Pierre-Hugues Herbert, who defeated him in straight sets.[23] Moutet then played three consecutive Futures. Qualifying for each event, he reached the second round at both Dominican Republic F1 and F3 and the quarterfinals at Dominican Republic F2.[2] Moutet finished the year ranked No. 1254.[24]

2015: First Futures final, French Open qualifying

The 2015 season started in Spain for Moutet. Competing in the Spain F5, he won two qualifying matches before advancing to the quarterfinals, defeating the second seed, Oriol Roca Batalla, in the first round.[25]

At his next event, Italy F3, only the fourth Futures event of his career, Moutet reached his first final. En route, he toppled three seeded players: fifth-seeded Nicolas Reissig, second-seeded Omar Giacalone, and fourth-seeded Riccardo Sinicropi. Waiting for Moutet in the final was top-seeded Gianluca Naso. Moutet raced to a quick lead, winning the first set 6-0, but Naso found his footing and rebounded to take the next two sets and the title.[26] Moutet saw action in two more Futures events in April.

In May, Moutet was granted a wildcard into his first Challenger event at Bordeaux, where he lost to fourth-seeded Robin Haase in the first round. He was then granted a wildcard into the qualifying draw of the French Open, where he lost Michael Berrer of Germany in the first round.

Following the French Open, Moutet played four additional Futures events to finish the year, winning only two main draw matches.[2]

Moutet finished the year ranked No. 886.[24]

2016: Turning Pro, Two Futures titles

The season began in February with Moutet attempting to qualify for the Cherbourg Challenger. He won his first round match against third seed Lorenzo Giustino, but fell in the second round to Maxime Authom of Belgium.[27]

Moutet saw action in three Futures events in March. At France F5, Moutet defeated three seeded players en route to the second final of his career, where he lost to Raymond Sarmiento of the United States in straight sets. Two weeks later, he attempted to qualify for the Saint-Brieuc Challenger, but fell in the second round to Edward Corrie.[28]

From April to July, Moutet participated in seven Futures events in France, Croatia, and Italy, advancing to two quarterfinals.[2]

Absent from play in August, he returned in September at the Ukraine F4 event. Seeded sixth, Moutet advanced to the semifinals after dropping only four games. In the semifinals, he faced top seed Lukas Mugevi?ius. After winning the first set in a tiebreak, Moutet sealed the win in quick fashion, taking the second set 6-0 to advance to the third final of his career. Facing seventh seed Leon Schutt in the final, Moutet wasted no time in capturing his first Futures title, taking the match.[29]

At his next event, Croatia F8, the unseeded Moutet took home the second title of his career. En route, Moutet defeated eighth-seeded Filipp Kekercheni in the first round, top-seeded Riccardo Bellotti in the semifinals, and fifth-seeded Nino Serdarusic in the final.[30]

Two weeks later, Moutet was granted a wildcard into both the singles and doubles at the Brest Challenger. In singles, he advanced to the second round, where he lost to second seed Luká? Lacko in straight sets. In doubles, partnering Grégoire Jacq, he advanced to the quarterfinals. The next week, Moutet competed at the Norway F2 event, advancing to the quarterfinals.[31]

November brought the end of the season for Moutet. He competed at the Mouilleron-le-Captif Challenger as a wildcard, where he lost in the first round to Alex de Minaur. His final event was Egypt F33. Seeded sixth, he lost in three sets to Piotr Matuszewski.[32]

Moutet finished the year ranked No. 529.[24]

2017: French Open doubles debut, Brest Challenger champion

The first event of the year was the Nouméa Challenger, where Moutet advanced to the second round in singles and lost in the first round in doubles. His next competition was the Canberra Challenger, again competing in both singles and doubles. Facing sixth seed Steve Darcis in the first round, Moutet was easily defeated, losing 6-1, 6-1. In doubles, he partnered Vijay Sundar Prashanth and advanced to the quarterfinals.

Moutet was given a wildcard into the qualifying of Montpellier in February, where he lost in the first round to second seed Vincent Millot 6-2, 6-2. He next competed at the Cherbourg Challenger. After coming through qualifying, Moutet advanced to the first Challenger quarterfinal of his career, losing to Kenny de Schepper in three sets.

France F5 in March was Moutet's next event. Seeded sixth, he advanced only to the second round.[33] He nexted competed at France F6, losing in the first round in both singles and doubles.[34]

Granted a wildcard, Moutet next competed at the Saint-Brieuc Challenger. After defeating third seed Norbert Gombos in the first round and fellow wildcard Rémi Boutillier in the second, Moutet faced James McGee in the quarterfinals. McGee took the first set easily, but Moutet fought back and eventually won the match 2-6, 7-6(9-7), 7-6(7-5) to reach his first Challenger semifinal. It was in the semifinals Moutet's run would end, losing to eventual champion Egor Gerasimov in three sets, 6-4, 4-6, 3-6.

Moutet's next tournament was the Sophia Antipolis Challenger, where he lost in the first round to third seed Guillermo García López. He then competed at the Tunisia F5 Futures, where he lost in the second round.[35]

May brought renewed success for Moutet. Competing at France F10, he moved swiftly through the draw to take his first title of the season, dropping just one set along the way.[36] Next on Moutet's schedule was the Aix-en-Provence Challenger, where he was granted a wildcard. Facing qualifier Maxime Hamou in the first round, he fell in two sets. He then competed at the Bordeaux Challenger, where he advanced to the second round.

Moutet was granted wildcards for the men's singles qualifying and the men's doubles main draw at the French Open. In singles qualifying, he lost to Stefan Kozlov in the first round. Partnering with Constant Lestienne in the doubles, he advanced to the second round, where the pair was defeated by the eleventh seeds, Jean-Julien Rojer and Horia Tec?u.

Next for Moutet was the Lyon Challenger. Granted a wildcard, he lost in the first round to Elias Ymer of Sweden. Moutet then competed at the Blois Challenger, where he lost in the first round after coming through qualifying.

In July, Moutet competed at the France F16 event, advancing to the semifinals before losing to Corentin Denolly in three sets.[37]

Moutet next played at the Como Challenger. After coming through qualifying, he defeated sixth-seeded García López en route to his second Challenger semifinal of the season. He then competed in the Seville Challenger, where he again made the semifinals before losing to Íñigo Cervantes in two sets, 2-6, 2-6.

Moutet then went on a two-tournament win streak, taking home both the Spain F30 and Italy F32 titles without dropping a set.[38][39] He continued his success at his next event, Italy F33, where he made a run to the final.[40]

Moutet found the biggest success of the season at the Brest Challenger. Entered as a wildcard, Moutet again defeated Gombos in the first round, winning 4-6, 6-4, 6-1. He then defeated Tristan Lamasine in the second round, 6-4, 6-7(6-8), 6-3. In the quarterfinal, Moutet faced Gleb Sakharov, winning the match in straight sets. Advancing to another semifinal, he defeated Yannick Maden in three sets, 4-6, 7-6(7-2), 6-4, to advance to the first Challenger final of his career. Awaiting Moutet in the final was Tsitsipas, whom he had not yet faced at the professional level. Eager to take his first Challenger title, Moutet won the match in straight sets, 6-2, 7-6(10-8).

The next week, Moutet competed at the Eckental Challenger. After defeating sixth seed Luká? Lacko in the first round and Yann Marti in the second, Moutet's run came to an end in the quarterfinals, where he lost to eventual champion Maximilian Marterer. His final event of the year was the Mouilleron-le-Captif Challenger, where he lost to seventh seed Alexander Bublik in the first round.

Moutet finished the year ranked No. 155.[24]

2018: ATP World Tour and Grand Slam singles main draw debut

Moutet began his season at the Noumea Challenger. Seeded 5th, he lost in the quarterfinals to the eventual champion Noah Rubin in three sets.[41] The following week, he competed at the Canberra Challenger. Unseeded and unable to replicate the success of the previous week, Moutet lost in straight sets in the first round to another unseeded player, Nicolás Jarry of Chile.[42]

On 15 January, Moutet made his debut in the singles main draw of an ATP World Tour tournament and a Grand Slam tournament at the Australian Open. As a wildcard entry, he faced Italian veteran Andreas Seppi in the first round of that tournament. Despite winning the first set, Moutet was unable to prevail, falling 6-3, 4-6, 2-6, 2-6. In early February, Moutet received a wildcard for the singles main draw at the Ecuador Open. He won the first ATP World Tour singles main draw match of his career at that tournament when he defeated Adrián Menéndez Maceiras in the first round. He upset 7th-seeded Ivo Karlovi? in the second round before losing to the Slovak qualifier Andrej Martin 3-6, 4-6 in the quarterfinals.[43]

Moutet received a wildcard for the singles main draw of the French Open.[44] He won the first Grand Slam singles main draw match of his career when he defeated Ivo Karlovi? in straight sets in the first round.[45] Moutet was the youngest competitor and one of six teenagers in the men's singles main draw of the 2018 French Open. 39 year-old Ivo Karlovi?, by contrast, was the oldest. Moutet lost his second round match to the no. 8 seed David Goffin in straight sets.[46]

2019: French Open third & Wimbledon second round

Corentin Moutet serving at the 2019 French Open.

At the French Open, Moutet (who entered the singles main draw as a wild card) upset 19th-seed Guido Pella in the second round before losing to the unseeded Juan Ignacio Londero in five sets in the third round. As a qualifier, Moutet upset Grigor Dimitrov in the first round before losing to the 19th seed Félix Auger-Aliassime in the second round at Wimbledon.

2020: First ATP tour singles final and US Open third round

Moutet reached his first career ATP Tour singles final (where he lost to Andrey Rublev in straight sets) as a qualifier at the 2020 Qatar ExxonMobil Open, after defeating fourth-seeded Milos Raonic in the second round and top-seeded Stan Wawrinka in the semifinals. Moutet then followed with a good result in his first clay-court tournament of the year in Córdoba, where he lost in the quarterfinals to Andrej Martin. He enjoyed his joint-best showing in a Grand Slam tournament at the 2020 US Open by defeating no. 23 seed Dan Evans in the second round before losing to 15th-seeded Félix Auger-Aliassime in the third round.

2021: Australian Open first win, Top 70 career-high ranking

In February, Moutet reached the semifinals at the 2021 Murray River Open lead-up tournament to the Australian Open in Melbourne defeating the No. 2 seeded Grigor Dimitrov in the quarterfinals before losing to Canadian No. 3 seeded Félix Auger-Aliassime in the semifinals. The following week, he finally won his first round match at the Australian Open for the first time at the 2021 edition, defeating Australian player John Millman in five sets. He did not progress further at that tournament, losing his second round match to Canadian no. 14 seed Milos Raonic in four sets.[47] At the 2021 Estoril Open in April, Moutet defeated another Canadian, the top seeded wildcard Denis Shapovalov, in the second round, before losing to Albert Ramos Viñolas in the quarterfinals. Moutet reached a career-high ATP singles ranking of No. 67 on 3 May 2021. Moutet was the highest ranked player still without a top 10 win, (replaced by South Korea's Kwon Soon-woo on 14 June),[48] the highest-ranked player whom he had defeated in his career being the then world No. 13 David Goffin at the 2021 Halle Open.[49]

2022: Australian Open second round

At the Adelaide International 1 tournament on 5 Jan 2022, Moutet was disqualified for swearing at the chair umpire immediately after he had lost the second set of his second-round match against Laslo ?ere. As of result of Moutet's disqualification, ?ere was awarded a walkover 4-6, 7-5 win and a passage into the quarterfinals.[50] Moutet enjoyed a fine run in his next tournament (the Adelaide International 2), winning two qualifying and three main draw matches to reach the semifinals, where he was defeated by his unseeded countryman Arthur Rinderknech 1-6, 3-6.

At the 2022 Australian Open Moutet defeated a wildcard, compatriot Lucas Pouille in the first round before losing to Sebastian Korda in the second round in a five-set match which ended in a super tiebreak in the fifth set.

In May, Moutet was awarded a wildcard into the singles main draw of the 2022 French Open, where he defeated Stanislas Wawrinka in the first round before losing to Rafael Nadal in the second round.[51]

Personal life

Moutet began playing tennis at the age of three, when he started playing with his father.[5][52] As of 2013, his father owns a restaurant in Paris.[53]

Grand Slam tournament performance timeline

Key
W  F  SF QF #R RR Q# DNQ A NH
(W) winner; (F) finalist; (SF) semifinalist; (QF) quarterfinalist; (#R) rounds 4, 3, 2, 1; (RR) round-robin stage; (Q#) qualification round; (DNQ) did not qualify; (A) absent; (NH) not held; (SR) strike rate (events won / competed); (W-L) win-loss record.
To avoid confusion and double counting, these charts are updated at the conclusion of a tournament or when the player's participation has ended.
Tournament 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 SR W-L Win%
Australian Open 1R Q1 1R 2R 2R 0 / 4 2-4 33%
French Open 2R 3R 1R 1R 2R 0 / 5 4-5 44%
Wimbledon A 2R NH 1R A 0 / 2 1-2 50%
US Open 1R 1R 3R 2R 0 / 4 3-4 43%
Win-loss 1-3 3-3 2-3 2-4 2-2 0 / 15 10-15 40%

ATP career finals

Singles: 1 (1 runner-up)

Legend
Grand Slam
ATP Masters 1000
ATP 500 Series
ATP 250 Series (0-1)
Finals by surface
Hard (0-1)
Clay (0-0)
Grass (0-0)
Finals by setting
Outdoor (0-1)
Indoor (0-0)
Result W-L    Date    Tournament Tier Surface Opponent Score
Loss 0-1 Jan 2020 Qatar Open, Qatar 250 Series Hard Russia Andrey Rublev 2-6, 6-7(3-7)

Challenger and Futures finals

Singles: 15 (10-5)

Legend (singles)
ATP Challenger Tour (5-2)
ITF Futures Tour (5-3)
Titles by surface
Hard (3-1)
Clay (7-4)
Grass (0-0)
Carpet (0-0)
Result W-L    Date    Tournament Tier Surface Opponent Score
Loss 0-1 Apr 2015 Italy F3, Santa Margherita di Pula Futures Clay Italy Gianluca Naso 6-0, 4-6, 4-6
Loss 0-2 Mar 2016 France F5, Balma Futures Hard (i) United States Raymond Sarmiento 4-6, 4-6
Win 1-2 Sep 2016 Ukraine F4, Cherkassy Futures Clay Germany Leon Schütt 6-1, 6-3
Win 2-2 Oct 2016 Croatia F8, Solin Futures Clay Croatia Nino Serdaru?i? 6-2, 7-6(7-1)
Win 3-2 May 2017 France F10, Grasse Futures Clay France Alexandre Müller 6-4, 6-3
Win 4-2 Sep 2017 Spain F30, Madrid Futures Clay (i) Spain Guillermo Olaso 6-4, 6-1
Win 5-2 Oct 2017 Italy F32, Santa Margherita di Pula Futures Clay Italy Gianluca di Nicola 6-1, 6-0
Loss 5-3 Oct 2017 Italy F33, Santa Margherita di Pula Futures Clay Italy Andrea Pellegrino 5-7, 6-2, 3-6
Win 6-3 Oct 2017 Brest, France Challenger Hard (i) Greece Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-2, 7-6(10-8)
Loss 6-4 Jul 2018 Båstad, Sweden Challenger Clay Spain Pedro Martínez 6-7(5-7), 4-6
Win 7-4 Sep 2018 Istanbul, Turkey Challenger Hard France Quentin Halys 6-3, 6-4
Win 8-4 Feb 2019 Chennai, India Challenger Hard Australia Andrew Harris 6-3, 6-3
Loss 8-5 May 2019 Samarkand, Uzbekistan Challenger Clay Brazil João Menezes 6-7(2-7), 6-7(7-9)
Win 9-5 Jun 2019 Lyon, France Challenger Clay Sweden Elias Ymer 6-4, 6-4
Win 10-5 Jun 2022 Lyon, France Challenger Clay Argentina Pedro Cachín 6-4, 6-4

Record against top 10 players

Moutet's record against players who have been ranked in the top 10, with those who are active in boldface. Only ATP Tour main draw matches are considered:

Notes

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