DANIEL EVANS

Complete Game Analysis

Date of Birth:

05/23/1990

Birthplace:

Birmingham, England

Residence:

Birmingham, England

Height:

5'9'' / 175 cm

Weight:

165 lbs / 75 kg

Turned Pro:

2006

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Last Update:

July 2019

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Number of Points Analyzed for this Study:

2900

Shots' Ranking 2020

Return

84

Forehand

13

Backhand

15

Volley

29

Daniel Evans' Strengths

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Serve

2 Stars

Strengths:

Weaknesses:

    * First Serve Won Points (72%)
    * 30% fewer Aces/Service Winners than his Rivals on Average
    * Ratio of Aces/Service Winners on First Serve (29%)
    * Ratio of Double Faults (14%)
    * Ratio of Aces/Service Winners on Second Serve (2%)
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Return

2 Stars

Strengths:

    * High Ratio of Points with the Forehand Return
    * First & Second Serve Return Won Points (29%/48%)

Weaknesses:

    * 30% fewer Points for the Same Ratio of Errors with the Return than his Rivals on Average
    * High Ratio of Errors with the Backhand Return
    * Very low Ratio of Points with the Backhand Return
    * First & Second Serve Return Won Points (29%/48%)
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Forehand

5 Stars

Strengths:

    * 20% more Points & 15% fewer Errors with the Forehand than his Rivals on Average
    * High Ratio of Points with the Forehand Down the Line
    * Low Ratio of Errors with the Forehand Cross & Inside In
    * Wins 59% of the Points after playing a Forehand Down the Line
    * Wins 66% of the Points after playing 2 Forehands Cross in a row
    * Wins 63% of the Points after playing a Forehand Inside In
    * Wins 65% of the Points after plaing 2 Forehands Inside Out in a row
    * Forehand Effectiveness in any kind of Rallies (short, medium & long)
    * Wears his Rivals down with the Forehand
    * Forehand Touch on a short ball, Forehand Drop Shot (71% of the points won), Forehand Pass

Weaknesses:

    * Low Ratio of Points with the Forehand Cross
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Backhand

2 Stars

Strengths:

Weaknesses:

    * 15% fewer Errors for the Same Ratio of Points with the Backhand than his Rivals on Average
    * Very Low Ratio of Points with the Backhand Cross & Down the Line
    * Backhand Touch on a short ball
    * Wins 41% of the Points after playing a Backhand Down the Line
    * Wins 48% of the Points after playing 2 Backhands Cross in a row
    * Wins 43% of the Points after playing a Backhand Slice
    * Backhand Drop Shot (37% of the points won)
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Volley

5 Stars

Strengths:

    * 10% more Points with the Volely than his Rivals on Average
    * Total of Points Won at the Net (21%)
    * Varies well all kind of Net Approaches
    * 1-2 Punch Approach (79% of the points won)
    * Baseline Approach (8% of his total won points)
    * Volley Points/Errors Ratio (73%)

Weaknesses:

    * None

Daniel Evans' Game Style

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Server

Medium-low

When compared with his rivals, Daniel Evans is the most dominated with his Serve. He makes on average 30% fewer aces/service winners than them and when his first serve is in, 29% of the times it is unreturned (below average).

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Puncher

High

Daniel Evans can be regarded as a dominant Puncher. When compared with his rivals, he takes his biggest edge by making on average 20% more points than them. This is with the forehand down the line that he is the most dangerous, he often uses that direction to come in.

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Tempo Player

Medium-low

Daniel Evans' forehand is so effective that he can also sometimes take the ball on the rise like a Tempo player. However, because of his single-handed backhand he is much more a Puncher than a Tempo player.

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Offensive Player

High

Besides being a Puncher, Daniel Evans also possesses an Offensive side. His best combination of shots is the forehand followed to the net (1-2 punch or baseline approach). We can say that he is a Puncher / Offensive and as a result 21% of his points are won at the net (with or without a volley to play).

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Retriever

Medium

Daniel Evans is not only capable of attacking with the forehand, he also takes an edge against his rivals by making 15% fewer errors with this shot. Besides, the way he plays the backhand slice is mainly by Retrieving.

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