On Wednesday January 22, 2020, British bulldog, Daniel Evans, meets Yoshihito Nishioka of Japan in the second round of the 2020 Australian Open.
Daniel Evans had an unpleasant first round match; the brit went 2-0 down and retaliated to dominate the game in more than 3 hours. Evans looked deconcentrated and not in the disposition to play in those initial two sets, however from the third set onwards he turn the riggings up and gave us why he helped Britain find a good pace of the ATP Cup. Evans is an intriguing player to watch, on his day he can beat the best, yet when the brit doesn’t appear, he can lose to the most exceedingly terrible. How far will he get in his 2020 Australian Open battle?
One the other hand, Yoshihito Nishioka, won his first-round match in an all the more persuading style. The Japanese beat Laslo Djere in 4 sets. Nishioka is fantastically quick, spry and enjoyable to watch when on the court. Yoshihito gave us what he is equipped for at the ATP Cup where he was testing Rafael Nadal in a match which could have gone the method for the Japanese. Nishioka is an exceptional ability and battles on account of his size and absence of serve.
Statistics and personal meetings
- These two players have met twice previously.
- Nishioka won both of those matches in convincing fashion.
- Nishioka is quicker, increasingly experienced and has a superior range of abilities.
Daniel Evans vs Yoshihito Nishioka Game Prediction
Adding onto this, Evans gave us that he isn’t understanding on the enormous stages, and that it takes him some time to get moving in matches. This absence of focus and capacity to demonstrate up to play will end up being a lot for Evans. Nishioka will direct play and stun us with his shot making capacities. Nishioka will dominate this game in 4 sets.
- Our prediction – Yoshihito Nishioka will win this game in 4 sets. Yoshihito Nishioka in 4 sets (+500)