The world No. 42, Adrian Mannarino of France will take on Dan Evans of France, the world number 25 in the second round of the 2021 ATP Queen’s on Thursday, June 17. Get the live streaming options of this Adrian Mannarino v Dan Evans match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Adrian Mannarino v Dan Evans Head to Head
The pair have met twice before, and their head-to-head record is one win apiece. Mannarino won at this tournament in 2018, but Evans got his revenge at the US Open a year later.
Mannarino Ends Long Losing Streak
Mannarino, the winner of the grass court tournament at Rosmalen in the Netherlands in 2019, the only senior title of his career, came into this tournament in terrible form, having lost his last eight matches in a run stretching back to Miami and his second round defeat to Diego Schwartzman,
His first round victory over Liam Broady, the British number three, was thus most welcome.
Mannarino began well, securing an early service break. He had chances to go two breaks ahead, but could not take them, although it made no difference in the end as he was still able to claim the first set.
He then broke Broady again in the opening game of the second set and, in the end, that proved to be enough.
Although he missed further break points, Broady never once threatened him on hs own serve and it proved to be a comfortable victory in the end.
Evans Playing Some of His Best Tennis
Evans broke his tournament duck earlier this year in Melbourne at the Murray River Open, and then enjoyed some surprise wins on clay, including a run to the semi-finals in Monte Carlo, and then a third round appearance in Madrid.
He has a good record on grass, having won four titles on the junior tours on the surface, as well as featuring in two more finals.
His campaign at Queen’s this year began with a match against the Australian world number 67, Alexei Popyrin.
The first set was largely dominated by serve, although Evans had to save a break point in the sixth game. However, he then broke Popyrin to love, and served out for the set.
The second set hinged on the fifth and sixth games. The first of those saw Evans save four break points and Popyrin’s failure to convert any of them came back to haunt him immediately as Evans broke him again next game.
From there the Englishman managed the rest of the match. Can he continue with that run against a player struggling for form?
Mannarino v Evans Prediction and Tip
Although Mannarino beat Evans in this tournament three years ago, he was in much better form then than he is now, whereas the Brit is close to hs all-time high world ranking.
Both have enjoyed success on grass in the past, but, given home advantage, Evans should make that count.