French tennis starlets appear to come along on a regular basis, but the precocious talent of Corentin Moutet certainly looks like one to keep an eye on in the near future. The impressive youngster has reached as high as 105th in the ATP Singles rankings, doing so in late 2018. He’s also made a very impressive start to his title winning career, with 7 wins from 11 Finals.
His first win came in 2016, when he defeated Leon Schutt in the Ukraine F4. That set off on an impressive winning streak of five titles on the spin, with his latest win of that streak coming against Gianluca di Nicola in the Italy F32. Since then, he’s won two and lost two of his most recent finals, with his most impressive win arguably coming in 2018, when he defeated compatriot Quentin Halys in the Instanbul final.
Growing all the time and already a prolific winner for one so young, it would be hard to put a limit on what Moutet could achieve. His impressive athleticism, technical prowess and ability to maintain long matches without running out of gas surely makes him one of the most interesting young players in France.