The UTS Grand Final is heading to London with the first four players confirmed as Andrey “Rublo” Rublev, Yibing “The Great Wall” Wu, Gaël “La Monf” Monfils and Casper “The Iceman” Ruud.
Ticket sales are now open for the ground-breaking tennis and entertainment event which will take place from December 15th – 17th, at ExCeL London.
UTS is the world’s newest, most exciting, innovative tennis league, playing an entirely reinvented game format (more details below). Eight players will compete for the title of 2023 UTS Champion after the first three stages in Los Angeles, Frankfurt and Seoul.
Tickets for UTS London are available now on http://www.uts.live website. The ExCel London, one of the UK’s leading international exhibition and conference centres, will host the fourth and final event of the 2023 UTS Tour.
Gael “La Monf” Monfils from France has also already qualified. As La Monf is playing in Seoul, he cannot be overhauled in the UTS rankings race and has therefore confirmed his participation in London.
Casper “The Iceman” Ruud is also into the Grand Final, becoming the first player to receive a wild card for the event.
There are three ways to qualify for the UTS Grand Final:
1) Winning a tournament: each winner of a 2023 UTS event is automatically qualified for the Grand Final.
2) UTS Race ranking qualification: the top three players in the race ranking (excluding winners of UTS 2023 tournaments).
3) Wild Card: there will be at least two wild cards handed out.
It is still all to play for in the UTS live rankings race.
The next UTS event of the year will be Seoul as eight men fight for the title and a place in London’s Grand Final: Nick “King” Kyrgios, “La Monf” Gael Monfils, “The Machine” Soon-Woo Kwon, “The Bublik Enemy” Alexander Bublik, Richard Gasquet “The Virtuoso”, Jan-Lennard Struff “The Thunder”, Reilly Opelka “The Bot” and Milos Raonic “The Missile” all signed up for the first ever Asian leg of the UTS Tour.