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Ultimate Tennis Showdown 2 live stream, latest news, schedule and draw

hannahwilks in News 24 Jul 2020
Alexander Zverev (Credit Image: © Jason Heidrich/Icon SMI via ZUMA Press)

It’s back – the Ultimate Tennis Showdown (UTS) 2 stars Alexander Zverev, Felix Auger-Aliassime and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova.

Brainchild of Serena Williams’s coach Patrick Mouratouglou, the original Ultimate Tennis Showdown (UTS) was played in the French Riviera for five successive weekends throughout June and early July. The new exhibition league featured an innovative scoring system and format and was won by Matteo Berrettini, the world no. 8 nicknamed ‘the Hammer’.

The UTS returns for a second edition to be played 25-26 July and 1-2 August (UTS 2), to be played once again at the Mouratouglou Academy behind closed doors.

UTS 2 features a strong field led by world no. 7 Alexander Zverev and world no. 20 Felix Auger-Aliassime and will include women for the first time.

Ultimate Tennis Showdown Live Stream: How to watch the UTS 2 Live Online

UTS matches are streamed live on their own UTS Live platform for subscribers. Viewers have the option to subscribe to UTS’ Premium Pass for unlimited and exclusive access to UTS year-round. Click here to go to the UTS streaming website.

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Ultimate Tennis Showdown 2 Players

Many of the players who featured at the original UTS are returning, but with some new additions, most notably world no. 7 Alexander Zverev.

The top two players are Zverev and world no. 20 Felix Auger-Aliassime, who will compete in the semifinals on 2 August.

Their opponents will be determined by round-robin matches on 25-26 July and 1 August. The groups are:

Group A

  • Grigor Dimitrov
  • Richard Gasquet
  • Feliciano Lopez
  • Alexei Popyrin

Group B

  • Benoit Paire
  • Fernando Verdasco
  • Corentin Moutet
  • Dustin Brown

For the first time, women will be featured at the UTS. The following players will be competing at the UTS 2:

  • Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
  • Alize Cornet
  • Ons Jabeur
  • Brenda Fruhvirtova

Ultimate Tennis Showdown 2 Draw, Schedule and Results

 

UTS 2 Schedule: 25 July

17.00 BST: Feliciano Lopez vs Alexei Popyrin

19.30 BST: Grigor Dimitrov vs Richard Gasquet

20.45 BST: Benoit Paire vs Dustin Brown

22.00 BST: Corentin Moutet vs Fernando Verdasco

UTS 2 Schedule: 26 July

17.00 BST: Corentin Moutet vs Dustin Brown

19.30 BST: Grigor Dimitrov vs Feliciano Lopez

20.45 BST: Richard Gasquet vs Alexei Popyrin

22.00 BST: Benoit Paire vs Fernando Verdasco

Ultimate Tennis Showdown 2 Rules & Format

The UTS has a very different scoring system to traditional tennis matches.

Matches are played in four quarters of 10 minutes, with sudden death if players are level 2-2. Players take it in turns to serve for two points at a time, except for ‘sudden death’, when each player serves once before alternating and the first player to win two consecutive points wins the match.

There are also a number of ‘cards’ that can be played once a set, for example taking away your opponent’s second serve or forcing them to serve and volley. Players will be presented with six different cards before each match, and before each quarter, the coach chooses two for the player to use during the upcoming quarter.

Each player is allowed a 30-second coaching timeout per quarter, with the players speaking to their coaches through headsets.