Aslan Karatsev and Daniel Evans will square off in the semifinal of the Sydney Tennis Classic for the 2nd time in their career. They are scheduled to compete on Friday at 9:00 pm on KEN ROSEWALL ARENA. Here the head to head stats and relative prediction.
Prediction, odds and live streaming
The pick for Tennis Tonic is Daniel Evans who should win in 3 sets.
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Prediction and head to head Aslan Karatsev vs. Daniel Evans
The last time that they locked horns, Karatsev won 6-4 4-6 6-4 in the 2nd round in Dubai back in 2021.
2 - 0win/loss
In the quarter, Karatsev defeated Sonego (6-2 3-6 6-2). During the match, Karatsev scored 107 points vs Sonego’s 95. The Russian was quite aggressive to blast 41 winners.
Talking about the service games, Karatsev recorded 5 aces and he committed only 3 double faults. Aslan Karatsev lost the serve twice and he saved 7 break points. Furthermore, Karatsev put 68% of his first serves in, winning 64% (41/64) of the points behind his 1st serve and 57% (17/30) on the 2nd serve. The Russian broke Sonego 5 times after converting 20% of his break points (5/25).
Overall Performance in this tournament
Karatsev started his run at this tournament from the qualifications. In the main draw, he has dropped 1 set in this event to conquer 54% of the points he played.
Karatsev has a solid match record in the last 10 years having won 62% of his matches (335-201). 2-0 on hard in 2022. Regarding his performance on the same surface of this event, Karatsev has an aggregate 136-63 match record in the last years on hard.
Karatsev has an aggregate 2-0 win-loss record in 2022, 2-0 on hard (See FULL STATS).
Previously in Sydney
The Russian has never competed in this tournament before.
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In the quarter, Evans had a good straight sets win against Cressy (6-4 7-65). During the match Evans scored 74 points vs Cressy’s 61. The Brit was quite aggressive to blast 31 winners.
Talking about serving, Evans made 2 aces and he committed only 4 double faults. Overall, Daniel Evans was exceptionally efficient on serve to win 84% (31/37) of his 1st serve and 62% (16/26) on the second serve. However, this didn’t prevent his to concede the serve once. The Brit broke Cressy twice after converting 33% of his break points (2/6).
Overall Performance in this tournament
Evans started his run at this tournament from the qualifications. In the main draw, he hasn’t dropped yet a set in this tournament to win 57% of the points he played.
The Brit has an overall 5-0 win-loss record in 2022, 5-0 on hard (See FULL STATS).
H2H Performance in the tournament
Matches, sets, games and points
Both Karatsev and Evans played 2 matches. At the moment, Aslan Karatsev dropped 1 set while Daniel Evans hasn’t surrendered a set so far. Karatsev has played 1 set more than Evans (5 vs 4). Therefore, Karatsev played 7 games more than Evans. Karatsev scored 69 winners (38% of the total points). On the other side, The Brit bagged 54 winners (42%).
|Avg per match||5.5||2|
Karatsev made 11 aces (5.5 per match). Evans blasted 4 aces (2 per match). Karatsev won 72% points on his first serve. He had a solid display on his second serve to win 54% of the points. On the other side, Evans won 81% of the points behind his first serve. He had a solid display on his second serve to win 60% of the points.
How they played the important points
Karatsev broke his opponents 8 times with a 27% conversion rate. Aslan dropped his serve 3 times and he saved 75% of the break points that he conceded. Daniel broke his opponents 6 times with a 60% conversion rate. The Brit conceded his serve once and he saved 67% of the break points that he conceded.
|Score||7-5 6-4||6-2 3-6 6-2|
|% 1st in||54%||68%||63%|
|% 1st pts||88%||64%||72%|
|% 2nd pts||52%||57%||54%|
|Score||6-2 6-3||6-4 7-65|
|% 1st in||61%||59%||60%|
|% 1st pts||77%||84%||81%|
|% 2nd pts||58%||62%||60%|
Head 2 Head
Tennis Scores in Sydney
- Reilly OpelkaOpelka – Brandon NakashimaNakashima (7-64 6-2) – See score progression
- Andy MurrayMurray – David GoffinGoffin (6-2 ret.) – See score progression
- Aslan KaratsevKaratsev – Lorenzo SonegoSonego (6-2 3-6 6-2) – See score progression
- Daniel EvansEvans – Maxime CressyCressy (6-4 7-65) – See score progression