Ultimate Tennis Showdown Day 5 Recap

If you missed out on the Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, or Day 4 Recaps, make sure to check out the articles below and then come back and read this one!

Ultimate Tennis Showdown Day 1 Recap

Ultimate Tennis Showdown Day 2 Recap

Ultimate Tennis Showdown Day 3 Recap

Ultimate Tennis Showdown Day 4 Recap

Here are the standings heading into Day 5 of the Ultimate Tennis Showdown:

UTS Day 5 Recap

Number two dethroned number one, Corentin Moutet won another match in a straight quarter sweep, and much more happened on Day 5 of the Ultimate Tennis Showdown.

Make sure to check out the results below & at the bottom you can find out how to keep up with the scores live!

UTS Day 5 Results

Corentin Moutet vs. Dustin Brown

Corentin “The Tornado” Moutet had his way with Dustin Brown on Day 5 of the Ultimate Tennis Showdown.

Moutet cruised past Brown in all four quarters, beating him 18-10, 13-10, 20-10, 18-8. This puts Moutet at a 2-1 record in the Ultimate Tennis Showdown.

Benoit Paire vs. Alexei Popyrin

After a couple of disappointing matches last weekend, Alexei Popyrin turned things around on Day 5 of the Ultimate Tennis Showdown.

The first three quarters of the match were pure domination, Popyrin took the first three quarters 19-11, 17-13, 22-11. In the fourth quarter, Benoit Paire showed a little fight, but it was too little too late as Popyrin won the match 19-11, 17-13, 22-11, 18-16.

Richard Gasquet vs. Matteo Berrettini

Richard Gasquet has looked like one of the best players at the Ultimate Tennis Showdown lately, but Matteo Berrettini made him look like he’d never touched a racket today.

Although a couple of the quarters were close, Berrettini cruised to a 13-12, 21-11, 12-11, 16-14 victory to only help his position in the rankings.

Feliciano Lopez vs. Stefanos Tsitsipas

Despite being tested by Feliciano Lopez, Stefanos Tsitsipas held his ground to defeat the Spaniard.

Lopez took the first two quarters of the match, 16-13, 16-14, but Tsitsipas would fight back and take the next two quarters, 13-12, 16-11.

In the decisive fifth quarter, Tsitsipas came out on top to win the match 13-16, 14-16, 13-12, 16-11, 2-0.

David Goffin vs. Dominic Thiem

Dominic Thiem had no trouble putting away David Goffin on Day 5 of the Ultimate Tennis Showdown.

In the first three quarters, Thiem defeated Goffin 15-10, 16-10, 13-10 to win the match.

In the fourth quarter, David Goffin would finally get on the board by winning 16-14, but it wasn’t enough, as Thiem won 15-10, 16-10, 13-10, 14-16.

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