48 Facts About Corentin Moutet


Corentin Moutet has a career high ATP doubles ranking of world No 425, attained on 12 June 2017.


Corentin Moutet has won 6 ATP Challenger Tour and 5 ITF World Tennis Tour singles tournaments.


Corentin Moutet idolised legendary tennis player Rafael Nadal growing up.


Corentin Moutet made his ATP Tour main draw debut at the 2017 French Open after receiving a wildcard to the doubles main draw with Constant Lestienne.


Corentin Moutet continued to prove himself in doubles competition, taking two titles and finishing runner-up once.


Corentin Moutet reached the quarterfinals of only four events and pushed further in just two, never making a final.


Corentin Moutet began to shift his focus to ITF Men's Circuit events in 2015, resulting in a shortened season of only three tournaments.


Corentin 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.


Corentin Moutet started his 2017 season at the AGL Loy Yang Traralgon Junior International in January.


Corentin Moutet moved into his first final of the season after defeating Moller in straight sets.


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


Corentin 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.


Corentin Moutet then faced second-seeded Pierre-Hugues Herbert, who defeated him in straight sets.


At his next event, Italy F3, only the fourth Futures event of his career, Corentin Moutet reached his first final.


Corentin Moutet was then granted a wildcard into the qualifying draw of the French Open, where he lost Michael Berrer of Germany in the first round.


Corentin Moutet won his first round match against third seed Lorenzo Giustino, but fell in the second round to Maxime Authom of Belgium.


At France F5, Corentin 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.


At his next event, Croatia F8, the unseeded Corentin Moutet took home the second title of his career.


En route, Corentin 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.


Two weeks later, Corentin Moutet was granted a wildcard into both the singles and doubles at the Brest Challenger.


The next week, Corentin Moutet competed at the Norway F2 event, advancing to the quarterfinals.


Corentin Moutet competed at the Mouilleron-le-Captif Challenger as a wildcard, where he lost in the first round to Alex de Minaur.


Corentin Moutet nexted competed at France F6, losing in the first round in both singles and doubles.


Corentin Moutet then competed at the Tunisia F5 Futures, where he lost in the second round.


Corentin Moutet then competed at the Bordeaux Challenger, where he advanced to the second round.


Corentin Moutet was granted wildcards for the men's singles qualifying and the men's doubles main draw at the French Open.


Corentin Moutet then competed at the Blois Challenger, where he lost in the first round after coming through qualifying.


Corentin Moutet then went on a two-tournament win streak, taking home both the Spain F30 and Italy F32 titles without dropping a set.


Corentin Moutet continued his success at his next event, Italy F33, where he made a run to the final.


Corentin Moutet found the biggest success of the season at the Brest Challenger.


Unseeded and unable to replicate the success of the previous week, Corentin Moutet lost in straight sets in the first round to another unseeded player, Nicolas Jarry of Chile.


Corentin Moutet won the first ATP World Tour singles main draw match of his career at that tournament when he defeated Adrian Menendez Maceiras in the first round.


Corentin Moutet received a wildcard for the singles main draw of the French Open.


Corentin Moutet won the first Grand Slam singles main draw match of his career when he defeated Ivo Karlovic in straight sets in the first round.


Corentin Moutet was the youngest competitor and one of six teenagers in the men's singles main draw of the 2018 French Open.


Corentin Moutet reached his first career ATP Tour singles final 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.


Corentin Moutet then followed with a good result in his first clay-court tournament of the year in Cordoba, where he lost in the quarterfinals to Andrej Martin.


Corentin Moutet enjoyed his joint-best showing in a Grand Slam tournament at the 2020 US Open by defeating 23rd seed Dan Evans in the second round before losing to 15th seed Felix Auger-Aliassime in the third round.


In February, Corentin 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 Felix Auger-Aliassime in the semifinals.


At the 2021 Estoril Open in April, Corentin Moutet defeated another Canadian, the top seeded wildcard Denis Shapovalov, in the second round, before losing to Albert Ramos Vinolas in the quarterfinals.


Corentin Moutet reached a career-high ATP singles ranking of No 67 on 3 May 2021.


At the 2022 Australian Open Corentin Moutet defeated wildcard and 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, Corentin 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.


Corentin Moutet went one step further defeating Pedro Cachin to move into a Grand Slam fourth round for the first time in his career and making history by becoming the first male lucky loser to reach the fourth round at this Grand Slam and the first to do so at any Grand Slam since Stephane Robert at the 2014 Australian Open.


Corentin Moutet lost his fourth round match to Casper Ruud in four sets.


Corentin Moutet reached a career-high ATP singles rankings of world No 64 on 19 September 2022.


Corentin Moutet won his second round match defeating world No 13 and 12th seed Cameron Norrie a match that finished at 3:03 AM, the latest ever match finish in Paris Bercy.


Corentin Moutet began playing tennis at the age of three, when he started playing with his father.