Roger Federer plays his first match in over a year when he faces Dan Evans at ATP Doha on Wednesday (Thursday AEDT) and the match is available to watch online via desktop and mobile.
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Roger Federer vs Dan Evans Match Details
🇶🇦 Competition: ATP Doha R2
🗓 Date: Wednesday March 10 (Thursday March 11 AEDT)
⏰ Time: 2.00am AEDT
🏟 Stadium: Centre Court, Doha
Head to Head
Federer leads 3-0
- 2019 | US Open | Federer 6-2 6-2 6-1
- 2019 | Australian Open | Federer 7-6 7-6 6-3
- 2016 | Wimbledon | Federer 6-4 6-2 6-2
Roger Federer vs Dan Evans Tips & Predictions
Federer plays his first official match in 13 months when he takes on Evans in the second round of the Qatar Open in Doha on Wednesday.
It’s not a bad opponent for Federer to start with. The Swiss superstar has absolutely dominated Evans in their three previous meetings, winning nine straight sets.
Evans is in career-best form and won a title in Melbourne to start the season, but his variety and slice backhand doesn’t match up well with Federer’s own all-court game.
Federer is 26-3 lifetime in Doha and his practices over the last three weeks have seemingly gone according to plan.
The 39-year-old is of course past his best and it won’t be easy to return after such an extended break off two knee surgeries, but as mentioned, this is a favourable match-up for Federer and I’m confident he can find a way to come out on top – but it won’t be his most polished performance.