Daniel Evans gets by Tommy Paul 1-6 6-3 6-4 in the quarter in Montreal on Friday. Evans will square off with Pablo Carreno-Busta in the semifinal. The battle lasted 2 hours and 17 minutes. This will be his best result in this competition. In the past, the best he could do in the past was reaching the 2nd round in 2019. Here you can see his history at this event.
Daniel added to his prize money $ 124,235 after winning this match. He has won already $ 273,320 till now in this tournament. If he wins the next match, Daniel will add $ 226,510 to his earnings to get in total $ 499,830.
Highlights Daniel Evans vs. Tommy Paul National Bank Open – Montreal
Stats: aces, double faults, breaks, winners
The Brit won this match even if he won less points than the American (85 vs. 88).
The Brit served exceptionally well to win 75% of the points (45/60) behind his first serve. Nonetheless he won only 41% points (14/34) on his second serve. Daniel was effective when converting 50% of the break points that he conquered (2/4).
On the other side, Paul had a tough time converting his break points (only 25% – 2/8). That was one of the key issues for his loss.
After this match, the head to head between Evans and Paul is 2-0 for Daniel.
Draw and next match H2H: Daniel Evans vs. Pablo Carreno-Busta – stats
Evans will play Carreno-Busta in the semifinal.
There is no head to head record between Daniel Evans and Pablo Carreno-Busta since this will be the first time that they will face off in the main tour.
Live score progression and stats
Tommy was far too good to concede just 1 game before breaking the Brit 2 times and win the set 6-1.
Evans was completely wiped out in the last 5 games of the set when the score went from 1-1 to 6-1.
Tommy was unerring in converting all his break points in the 4th (2-1 30-40, 40-A and 40-A) and the 6th game (4-1 30-40 and 40-A). On the other side, Paul didn’t concede a single break point during this set.
They played 56 points. The American was the winner of the set after clinching 12 points more than Evans (34-22). The American surrendered 6 points on serve (17-6). on the other side of the net, the Brit conceded 17 points on serve (16-17).
The set was even with both players refusing to concede anything to the opposition. Eventually, the only discrepancy was one break that Daniel grabbed in the 6th game (4-2) before ultimately winning the set (6-3).
Daniel converted 50% of his break points (1/2). He had 2 break points opportunities in the 2nd (1-0 30-40) and the 6th game (3-2 30-40). On the other side, Paul wasn’t able to convert 1 break point in the 1st game (0-0 30-40).
They contested 53 points. Evans conquered the set after winning 7 more points than Paul (30-23). Evans surrendered 8 points on serve (21-8). On the losing side, the American conceded 9 points on serve (15-9).
Similarly to the 2nd set, the set was even with both players refusing to concede anything to the opposition on serve. Eventually, the only discrepancy was one break that Daniel conquered in the 3rd game (2-1) just before eventually winning the set (6-4).
Evans converted 50% of his break points (1/2). He had 2 break points opportunities in the 3rd (1-1 40-A) and the 9th game (5-3 30-40). On the other side, Tommy was unable to convert any of his 2 break points. He had 2 break points opportunities in the 8th game (3-4 15-40 and 30-40).
They played 64 points. The set was a huge battle since finally the Brit won just 2 points more than Tommy (33-31). Evans lost 10 points on serve (22-10). on the other side of the court, Tommy conceded 11 points on serve (21-11).
Tennis Scores in Montreal
- Pablo Carreno-BustaCarreno-Busta – Jack DraperDraper (7-64 6-1) – Stats and score progression
- Daniel EvansEvans – Tommy PaulPaul (1-6 6-3 6-4) – Stats and score progression
- Casper RuudRuud – Felix Auger AliassimeAuger Aliassime (6-1 6-2) – Stats and score progression
- Hubert HurkaczHurkacz – Nick KyrgiosKyrgios (7-64 6-75 6-1) – Stats and score progression