Kyle Edmund v Daniel Evans Live Streaming, Preview, H2H and Timings: Edmund Could Be Stretched by Fellow Brit

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Kyle Edmund plays Daniel Evans in the quarter finals of the ATP 250 at Eastbourne on Thursday, June 27. The match will be played at 4 pm local time (BST). You can find the Kyle Edmund v Daniel Evans live streaming options along with its preview, head to head and tips here.

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Kyle Edmund v Daniel Evans Head to Head

The two players have met once on the ATP tour, on the clay of Monte Carlo with Edmund winning in straight sets.

Edmund Hoping To Turn Season Around

British number one Kyle Edmund had a breakthrough year in 2018, winning his first ATP title at Antwerp, making the Australian Open semi-finals, as well as being ranked within the top 15 in the ATP rankings. Although the season ended a little prematurely for him with a knee injury, Edmund’s year promised a strong 2019 ahead.

2019 has not lived up to expectations for Edmund, with indifferent form and inconsistent results. With a solid offensive baseline game and one of the best forehands in the business, it is expected to be only a matter of time before Edmund begins to see more consistent results again.

Being at home and having a game well suited to the grass, Edmund will feel the home pressure and expectations but also be hopeful and confident that he can turn his season around here.

Edmund had a good opening win against fellow countryman Cameron Noorie in straight sets and plays another British player, Daniel Evans next.

Can the “Bad Boy” of “British Tennis” Win Local Hearts?

British player Daniel Evans, once ranked in the top 50 on the ATP circuit, started 2019 ranked outside of the top 500. He has had some good wins this year including a 12-1 run on grass since the French Open and is back at number 63 in the ATP rankings.

Once looked upon as being “extremely talented and promising”, and winning the LTA Male Junior Player of the Year in 2008, Evans’ career has unfortunately run into disciplinary issues, largely due to his off-court behavior. The most notable incident being his 12 month ban, in April 2017, after testing positive for cocaine.

Such recurring incidents got him the unwanted nickname of the “Bad Boy of British Tennis”

Evans’ has been part of successful British Davis Cup teams and is well remembered for his 2nd round victory against Marin Cilic in the 2017 Australian Open. Evans made the round of 16 that year, his best Grand Slam result.

Since his return on the circuit after serving out his ban, Evans’ insists his behavior is more controlled, and is still regarded as someone who has ‘talent’, being someone who hits the ball out of the middle of the racket with immense ease.

Evans has had two convincing wins here already beating Radu Albot and Pierre- Hugues Herbert in straight sets, in the midst of a strong run on grass in these last few events.

Kyle Edmund v Daniel Evans Predictions & Tips

It promises to be an exciting contest between the two players on the grass, with Edmund having all the tools and in search of a confidence boosting win, and Evans in good form on the grass. Expect it to be the Edmund forehand versus the Evans single handed backhand. An intriguing match ahead, with Edmund winning in three sets.

Tip: Edmund to win in three sets: 3/1 (888Sport)

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