Evans is comfortably the better player statistically in all areas of his game and with the Serbian losing in the first round of his last three tournaments, confidence will play a big part in this match.
Kecmanovic is a player who has a big game on paper with his serve and forehand doing a lot of damage when it’s on form. However the World No. 48 has not managed to put it together with the Serb only managing two wins on this surface from five tournaments this season.
Tactically Evans’s slice will do a lot of damage against the Serb and in a best of five set match overall you would expect the Brit to be able to reign in his aggression more to dictate the tempo of the match.
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