Unseeded Karen Khachanov and Dan Evans meet in the second round of the 2020 Rotterdam Open on Wednesday, February 12. The start time for the match is approximately 0230pm local time (0130pm GMT). You can find the Karen Khachanov v Dan Evans live streaming options along with its preview, head to head and tips here.
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Karen Khachanov v Dan Evans Head to Head
This is the first meeting between both players.
Khachanov Falling Out Of Next Gen Hopefuls
When Karen Khachanov won the Paris Masters 1000 in 2018 defeating Novak Djokovic and breaking into the top ten of the ATP rankings, he was talked about as a leading Next Gen member along with the likes of Tsitsipas, Medvedev, Zverev and others.
2019 was a disappointing season with early losses, unimpressive runs at the majors and a first round loss while defending his Paris crown saw him drop just within the top 20 in the ATP rankings.
Khachanov’s Australian Open ended in a titanic battle at the hands of Nick Kyrgios in an epic five setter, where he showed glimpes of the form he displayed in 2018.
A 6-3,6-3 win against fifth seed Fabio Fognini here is indicative that the Russian is feeling confident and looking at a strong run here this week.
Evans in Midst Of Career High
It has been a positive last few months for Dan Evans who is ranked at a career high number 33 in the world.
Being ranked outside the top 500 in the world at the start of 2019, a number of consistent performances in 2019, including being runner-up at the Delray Beach Open saw Evans move up to being Britain’s number one player.
2020 got off to a good start for him with strong showings at the inaugural ATP Cup, with Team Great Britain just inches away from upsetting Team Australia in the quarter-finals.
After a marathon five-setter against Mckenzie McDonald in the Australian Open first round, Evans fell at the hands of Yoshihito Nishioka in the next round, ending his Melbourne run prematurely.
A convincing win against Phil Kohlschreiber in the opener here at Rotterdam has set him up for what maybe a good week ahead for Evans.
Karen Khachanov v Dan Evans Predictions & Tips
Both players will be looking for a good run this week given them confidence with the Sunshine Masters coming up in less than a month from now.
Expect some scintillating shot making, with the Khachanov forehand up against the Evans single handed backhand. A match that is hard to pick, will really depend on who plays the big points better.
Khachanov to edge Evans out in three sets seems a likely outcome.
Tip: Khachanov to win in three sets. (Click here to get these odds with Unibet)