Second-seeded Daniil Medvedev will take on British tennis player Dan Evans in their round of 16s clash at the US Open 2021.
Daniil Medvedev vs Dan Evans: Match Details
- Tournament: US Open 2021
- Match: Daniil Medvedev vs Dan Evans
- Round: Round 04
- Date: September 5, 2021
- Prize money: $265,000
- Venue: New York City, USA
- Surface: Hardcourt
Daniil Medvedev vs Dan Evans: Preview
World No. 2 Daniil Medvedev is known for his unorthodox style of play. The Russian has been in good form this season. After his surprising exit from the Wimbledon 2021 after reaching the round of 16s, Medvedev made a brilliant comeback by winning the title at the Canadian Masters.
Medvedev stepped into the US Open after a moderately successful Cincinnati Masters, however, he started off in great style at the final Grand Slam of the season. Medvedev has already thrashed Richard Gasquet, Dominik Koepfer, and Pablo Andújarin in his first, second and third-round matches, respectively, without much trouble.
Moreover, such has been Medvedev’s dominance at the US Open that he is yet to lose a set in the tournament. On the other hand, Dan Evans has also put up impressive performances in his first three matches. However, he was stretched to 5 sets in his last game by unseeded Alexei Popyrin which would have dented his confidence a little bit.
Daniil Medvedev vs Dan Evan: Head-to-Head
These two players are yet to take on each other on the court. Hence, the head-to-head record between these two stands at 0-0.
Daniil Medvedev vs Dan Evans: Prediction
Dan Evans has done a great job at the US Open thus far. Although he had to battle hard in the last couple of games, the way he kept his cool under pressure proves that he has what it takes at the highest level. However, Medvedev will walk into the encounter as a firm favorite as the Russian tennis star has been in sublime form and going past him won’t be easy at all.
Prediction: Daniil Medvedev to win in 3 sets
Daniil Medvedev vs Dan Evans: Live Streaming & Where to Watch
- Japan: TBD
- Delhi: TBD
- New York: TBD
- London: TBD
|USA||ESPN+, ESPN2, ESPN3|
|Continental Europe(52 countries)||Eurosport|
|UK and Ireland||Prime Video|
|Indian subcontinent||Star Sports|
|The Middle East and North Africa||beIN Sports|
|Mexico, Caribbean Islands, and Central America||ESPN International|
|South America and Oceania||ESPN International|
|Southeast Asia||Fox Sports|
|Canada||TSN and RDS|
Also read: US Open 2021: Schedule, Live Streaming, When, Where, and How to Watch