Dan Evans of Great Britain takes on Adrian Mannarino of France in the first round of the 2022 ATP Eastbourne International on Monday, June 20. Get the live streaming options of this Dan Evans v Adrian Mannarino match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Dan Evans v Adrian Mannarino Head to Head
They played four times and Evans won three of those. Most recent one came last year in Davis Cup with Evans winning 7-5 6-4.
Evans Feeling Good on Grass
Dan Evans went into Queen’s with an undefeated 5-0 record on grass after winning the Challenger event in Nottingham. He ran straight into Matteo Berrettini and despite putting up a solid fight he lost. The Italian is yet undefeated this year on grass and was too much for Evans.
Other than that it’s been a fairly strong showing from Evans on grass. It’s not been always pretty but his fight and patience ultimately paid off against the majority of opponents e faced. Even against Berrettini, Evans had really strong moments with the Italian sometimes left wondering how and why.
Overall it’s not been that great for Evans so far this year. He’s 17-14 but if you take away the grass season he’s only 12-13. A top 30 player should be, in theory, capable of a better level. His game is fairly suited to beating lower players but any time he faces a better player he usually gets beat.
There is just not enough weapons to defeat the best in the world. On grass the variety helps but away from it, not so much.
Woeful Year For Mannarino
Adrian Mannarino is having a very poor year so far and even coming back onto grass where he had a lot of succes int the past did not change much. Yes, he played fairly well in Den Bosch but he’s capable of far more. The French player is only 14-17 on the year and if you take away that run in Den Bosch he’s 11-16.
That’s far from the level we are used to but it can be somewhat explained. Most of his matches came on clay and he’s never been good on clay, no matter how much he tried. He has a strong game for grass with a precise serve and a fairly strong forehand.
The playstyle overall is quite unique and it takes some getting used to. Dan Evans faced him four times and every match except the first one was won by him. It shows the problem with Mannarino as he generally does best when he first plays a player.
Once you get to know his style, you can beat him. His game is consistent, but the peak is not that high. Top 50 level certainly but not much more than that.
Evans v Mannarino Prediction and Tip
Evans has dominated this matchup in the past and he’s beaten him on grass last year. He is the better player overall although on grass they can be similar. If Mannarino plays his best he can certainly challenge here but except for a few wins in Den Bosch, his best has been largely absent this year.
Take Evans to get the job done at home.