How The Virtuoso turned back the clock at UTS

Nobody has embraced the fast, furious UTS format better than the Virtuoso Richard Gasquet. The Frenchman has turned back the clock and consistently produced breathtaking tennis that has left his opponents befuddled, outplayed and out of answers.

July 11, 2020

Nobody has embraced the fast, furious UTS format better than the Virtuoso Richard Gasquet. The Frenchman has turned back the clock and consistently produced breathtaking tennis that has left his opponents befuddled, outplayed and out of answers.

Gasquet’s legendary one-handed backhand has been the UTS’ most dominant shot, its jaw-dropping versatility and weight of shot forcing opponents on the back foot. But the Virtuoso has been far from a one-trick pony.

Gasquet has proven adept at working the UTS cards well, often stringing the winner counts three and steal serve cards together for a run of points, and his slice serve to the deuce court has been just plain filthy.

Richard Gasquet - UTS

In the Virtuoso we have a player that is clicking on all cylinders. UTS is his short track and Gasquet is the sprinter that knows how to take the inside lane and play frontrunner.

He’ll enter the Final Four as The Underdog, the lowest-ranked player of the bunch. But don’t sleep on the Virtuoso, his stunning run to the semis may prove to be just the beginning of his surge.

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