No. 29 seed Daniel Evans of Britain will meet unseeded Swede Mikael Ymer in the second round of the 2022 French Open on Wednesday, May 25. Get the live streaming options of this Daniel Evans v Mikael Ymer match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Daniel Evans v Mikael Ymer Head to Head
The two haven’t met at the tour level, but they met at a lower level in 2019, with Evans winning in Nottingham.
Evans Battles Past Cerundolo
Daniel Evans finally has a win at Roland Garros. Coming in with a 0-4 record at the French Open, the World no. 32 ended his first round jinx at the Paris major with a straight sets win over Argentina’s Francisco Cerundolo.
In a match that lasted two hours and 41 minutes, Evans converted seven of 19 break points and saved three of eight to win 7-6 (7-3), 6-4, 6-4. While the scoreline may give an impression that it was an easy win for the Briton, in reality it was anything but easy as the Argentine gave his all to stay in the contest. But Evans won the key moments in each set to march into the next round.
The win improved the 32-year-old’s season record to 12-12.
His best this year was a semifinal appearance in Sydney, while on clay his best was a round of 16 appearance in Madrid, where he had beaten Roberto Bautist Agut. While Evans doesn’t have a huge reputation on clay, it will be interesting to see hw deep can he go at the French Open.
Ymer Makes a Quick Start
World No. 95 Mikael Ymer had not won a match since the first week of February in Montpellier, losing seven on the trot, across levels.
But the French Open seems to bring the best out of the Swede, as he snapped the losing streak with a straight sets win over James Duckworth on Monday to reach the second round at Roland Garros for the third time in his four appearances.
Broken just once in the match, Ymer converted six of eight break points to beat the Australian 6-2, 6-4, 6-2 in an hour and 37 minutes.
The Swede’s best result at the Paris major was a third round appearance last year. The 23-year-old, who was a semifinalist in Montpellier and a quarterfinalist in Adelaide-1 earlier this year, has struggled to win matches in the other tournaments. But Monday’s win would have bolstered his confidence. Can he get another on Wednesday?
Evans v Ymer Prediction and Tip
This should see more than three sets in the contest, with Evans edging past Ymer.