British No.3 Dan Evans will hope to maintain his 10-match winning streak when he takes on Stan Wawrinka in the first round of the Fever-Tree Championships at Queen’s Club on Tuesday, June 18. The match will start at 12pm local time (12:00 BST). You can find the Dan Evans v Stan Wawrinka live streaming options here.
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Dan Evans v Stan Wawrinka Head to Head
Wawrinka and Evans have met twice on tour. The Swiss won both matches which went the distance. Their first meeting was the US Open in 2016 where Wawrinka won in a marathon five-setter. Their second meeting was at the 2019 Miami Masters where the former World No.3 won in three sets.
Evans Is On A 10-Match Winning Streak
Dan Evans is a changed man. It took plenty of character and courage to bounce back from a failed drug test to dream of returning on tour. Not only has the British No.3 done just that, but he will now head to Queen’s Club on heels of back-to-back Challenger titles.
Evans won the grass court title at the English lawns of Surbiton a fortnight ago. He completed a historic double when he beat Evgeny Donskoy to win the Nature Valley Classic at Nottingham in a rain-interrupted tournament last weekend.
The 29-year-old is proving to be quite a force on grass using his flat ground strokes and cutting backhand slice to find top form on the surface. His success on grass in the last two weeks comes just a year after finishing runner-up to Alex De Minaur in Nottingham.
Will the Brit maintain his unbeaten run when he takes on Stan Wawrinka?
Wawrinka Returns To The World’s Top 20
Stan Wawrinka’s highly impressive run to the quarterfinal of the French Open gave him the platform to make a huge jump in the rankings, shooting up to nine spaces back into the top-20 of the ATP rankings (currently ranked No.19).
Since undergoing double knee surgery in 2017, that run at Roland Garros was the Swiss man’s best performance in a Grand Slam. This year Wawrinka made to his first final post surgery when he finished runner-up to Gael Monfils in Rotterdam.
Wawrinka’s mental fortitude was always questioned especially when he failed to make his mark at the business end of the major titles. However, that notion changed a few years back when he became a proven Grand Slam champion. This is why, at the age of 34 the 3-time Major winner has battled his way back from the brink. He is yet to win a title in 2019 but he has been making inroads this year.
Evans v Wawrinka Predictions & Tips
Dan Evans is in the form of his life and he is coming into this match on a 10-match winning streak. Wawrinka is more at home on clay than on grass as evidenced by his poor record on the surface where he has never been consistent. The British No.3 is good value to cause an upset and extend his winning streak.
Tip: Evans to win: (888Sport)