World Number 26 and British Daniel Evans will face the 51st-ranked French Jeremy Chardy in the first round of 2021 Madrid Open on Monday, May 3. Get the live streaming options of this Dan Evans v Jeremy Chardy match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Dan Evans v Jeremy Chardy Head to Head
The pair has met on several occasions on the ATP Tour main draws and qualifying matches.
While Evans leads 2-1 on the main draw matches, Chardy has beaten Evans thrice overall including the qualifying matches. They last played at Doha earlier this year in round of 32 where Evans won a tightly contested match in three sets.
Daniel in Decent Form
The Brit has been in a considerably good form in the past few weeks.
Evans was on a four-match losing streak till the second week of April but entering Monte Carlo, which proved to be a dream week for him, he reached the semi finals defeating David Goffin, Hubert Hurkacz, Novak Djokovic and David Goffin.
The victory over Djokovic was the highlight of his career. He served well, returned almost every ball and forced the world number one into committing errors.
An unforgettable week ended at the hands of Tsitsipas with Evans losing 6-2, 6-1.
Everyone expected Evans to continue his form at Barcelona but he fell out in the second round to Corentin Moutet in three sets. Can he begin well in Madrid?
Good Year For Chardy So Far?
Jeremy has 13 wins and nine losses this year. He also got considerable court time having reached quarter finals at both Rotterdam and Dubai.
His Dubai run was specifically impressive as he beat Alex de Minaur and Karen Khachanov on his way to the quarters.
What has been interesting to watch is Chardy has had his ups and downs this year, from winning tough matches and beating good players to failing to cash in at critical moments.
The Frenchman is coming off a difficult Barcelona campaign where he was knocked out by Shapovalov in straight sets.
Evans v Chardy Prediction and Tip
The pair have met twice this year with Evans coming out on top both times. We expect Evans to put up a solid performance against his wary opponent. However, both the players have been the cause of upsets this year as well as have choked at crucial moments. It could easily be a three-setter with Evans edging it.