Daniel Evans (tennis)

Daniel Evans (Tennis)

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Daniel Evans (born 23 May 1990, Solihull) is an English professional tennis player. He is ranked 6th in the UK, and plays right-handed. Evans was until recently one of the highest ranked teenagers on the ATP rankings list. He made his Davis Cup debut for Great Britain in September 2009. He hails from Hall Green, Birmingham, England.

Career

2006

In March 2006, Evans won the junior title at Marcq-en-Baroeul, putting him at the top of the European under-16 rankings.

2008

Evans started the year by reaching the quarter-finals of the boys' singles at the Australian Open, where he lost to Yuki Bhambri. He went on to win the fourth junior title of his career in Nottingham.In June, he was awarded a wildcard into the Artois Championships, playing Belgian Xavier Malisse in the first round at Queen's Club. He played in the boys' tournament at Wimbledon, but was suspended, until November 2008, by the LTA having been photographed in the early hours of the day he later competed in a boys' double match.

In August he won his first senior title, a Futures event in Wrexham. Later that month he won in London, with a third senior title coming that October...
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