Australian Open 2017: No shirt sponsor but big wins for Dan Evans - CNN

Melbourne (CNN) Described as a "cheeky chappie" by Andy Murray but better known in the past as the bad boy of British tennis, Dan Evans appears to be on the road to stability -- even if he is shopping for items most pros wouldn't have to worry about.

Dan Evans continues action-packed fortnight by stunning Bernard Tomic to reach Australian Open fourth round after ... - Daily Mail

Dan Evans has packed quite a bit into the past fortnight, and it may or may not be rounded off when he meets Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the Australian Open fourth round. So far, he has reached a first ATP final in Sydney, earned £172,000 prize money, beat ...

KP snub riles British tennis player - ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

Kevin Pietersen has won and lost plenty of fans over the years, so he may not be too disturbed by the news that he is no longer Dan Evans' favourite cricketer. Evans, the British tennis player, has told of being turned down for a photograph with ...

Dan Evans the entertaining maverick has matured at Australian Open - The Guardian

Dan Evans celebrates during his third-round victory over Bernard Tomic at the Australian Open in Melbourne Park. Photograph: Ella Ling/BPI/Rex/Shutterstock. Australian Open 2017 · The Observer ...

Dan Evans' £20 Uniqlo shirt has already sold out in his now-famous white following his stunning run at the 2017 ... - The Sun

DAN EVANS has been on of the the biggest stories of the 2017 Australian Open thus far. First of all, he dismantled Argentine ace Dacundo Bagnis, before toppling Croatian giant and world No7 Marin Cilic – and then topped that by thumping home-favourite ...

Why is Dan Evans wearing an unbranded T-shirt at the Australian Open? - The Sun

IN a world where tennis' biggest stars get kitted out with thousands of pounds worth of rackets, clothes and accessories thanks to their sponsorship deals, spare a thought for Dan Evans. The British No3 is on the run of his life following his first ATP ...

Dan Evans gets the most important approval of them all as his mum tells the British No 2 he has 'done OK' following ... - Daily Mail

Dan Evans' mother told her son he had 'done OK' when he called home after the biggest win of his career. Bernadette Evans, 57, watched her son's victory over Bernard Tomic at the family's semi-detached house on Friday in Hall Green, Birmingham with his ...

John Tomic says abuse towards Dan Evans wasn't from Bernard Tomic's courtside box - Herald Sun

JOHN Tomic has rejected Dan Evans' claims that people in Bernard Tomic's courtside box abused Evans at the Australian Open. Evans alleged Tomic's team had “acted like complete idiots” during the Englishman's excellent third-round win on Friday night.

Australian Open 2017: End of the road for the Aussie men, so where to now? - The Sydney Morning Herald

"Disappointing", Lleyton Hewitt called the deflating end to an Open that closed in a singles sense for the 10-strong Australian men's contingent with Bernard Tomic's loss to world No.51 Dan Evans on Friday night. For the first time in three years ...

Australian Open: Bernard Tomic eliminated by Dan Evans - The Sydney Morning Herald

Bernard Tomic has vowed to heed his Davis Cup captain Lleyton Hewitt's call to play less passive tennis, as Australia's men's singles representation at its home grand slam ended at its earliest stage since 2014. Tomic went from defending Nick Kyrgios ...

2017 Australian Open: Dan Evans given cold shoulder by Kevin Pietersen - The Sydney Morning Herald

Great Britain's Daniel Evans has caused somewhat of a stir at this year's Open. Not only has he taken out No. 7 seed Marin Cilic and local hope Bernard Tomic in back-to-back rounds, but he's also had run-ins with spectators and officials.

Dan Evans left with 'serious rage' after selfie request with Kevin Pietersen was denied - NEWS.com.au

HE might be the breakout star of the Australian Open but Englishman Dan Evans still has nightmares about a selfie request gone wrong with a “worse for wear” Kevin Pietersen. Evans recalled having “serious rage” after his request for a picture with ...

'I had to persuade Dan to ditch squash and take up tennis' - The Times (subscription)

I have known Dan Evans since he was eight. Back then he was already a fine squash player with clear natural ability — everyone always talked about how he could play any shot in squash. I saw his potential and told Dan and his dad that he needed to ...

Australian Open 2017: 'veteran' Bernard Tomic says tennis has aged him - The Sydney Morning Herald

Bernard Tomic may still be on the "right" side of 25 but he said playing in his ninth Australian Open had made him feel practically ready to apply for a seniors card. The Australian world number 27, who has peaked at number 17, was beaten by unseeded ...

Dan Evans might need his prizemoney to buy some new gear - Courier Mail

The Brit said after his second round victory over Marin Cilic he was hoping to find a new kit sponsor because he was wearing a $20 shirt he bought in a Melbourne shop. “I'm just out of contract with Nike. They didn't offer me another contract. I just ...

australian open - NEWS.com.au

DAN Evans is no fashionista. The Brit said after his second round victory over Marin Cilic he was hoping to find a new kit sponsor because he was wearing a $20 shirt he bought in a Melbourne shop. “I'm just out of contract with Nike. They didn't offer ...

Dan Evans: Britain's latest tennis star snubbed by Kevin Pietersen - BBC Sport

But that was not enough to get a photograph with former England cricket captain Kevin Pietersen, who turned down Evans' request when they met outside a restaurant in Melbourne this week. However, the 26-year-old might soon be the one getting asked for ...

Dan Evans shows he has changed after beating Bernard Tomic at Australian Open - Express.co.uk

DAN EVANS pointed to the Melbourne sky. He had just beaten Bernard Tomic to reach the fourth round of the Australian Open and he hoped his former coach and his old mate could see what he had just achieved. By Alix Ramsay in Melbourne. PUBLISHED: ...

Bernard Tomic just never learns - NEWS.com.au

OPINION. BERNARD Tomic doesn't look anything like a threat to the ATP World Tour's top 10 ranked players right now. Here's how he described his performance in being bundled out of the Australian Open on Friday night: Solid, satisfied and OK.

Dan Evans defies the sledgers to reach Australian Open last 16: 'I don't think they conducted themselves well' - Daily Mail

Dan Evans struggled to contain his emotions after another fine victory carried him into the last 16 of the Australian Open. The 26-year-old Midlander defied a partisan crowd to upset world No 27 Bernard Tomic 7-5, 7-6, 7-6 and join Andy Murray in round ...