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British number three seed Dan Evans was knocked out of the US Open today by Spaniard Tommy Robredo, but tweeted following the match in which he lost in four sets.
Be good if I could feel my toes!
Britain's tennis sensation Dan Evans has been beaten by Spaniard Tommy Robredo in the third round of the US Open. Robredo beat Evans 7-6 (8-6) 6-1 4-6 6-5.
British tennis champion Andy Murray has been following new sensation Dan Evans during his third round match at the US Open.
Evo should be so proud whatever happens from now,amazing fighting,great attitude ,looks fresher than trob.. Never though that would happen!
Defending champion Andy Murray has beaten Argentina's Leonardo Mayer to reach the third round of the US Open in four sets.
Murray, seeded third, dropped his first set of the tournament as he came through 7-5 6-1 3-6 6-1 in two hours and 41 minutes.
He will face Germany's Florian Mayer, the world number 47, in the last 32 on Sunday.
Britain's new tennis sensation, Dan Evans, will take on Spaniard Tommy Robredo in the third round of the US Open.
The Birmingham man has surprised the tennis world with his performances so far at this year's tournament - which he only qualified for because another player dropped out.
His defeat of 11th seed Kei Nishikori in the first round earlier this week was Evans' first ever US Open match.
He followed that up by defeating Australian, Bernard Tomic, yesterday - a player whose father blocked a practice session with Evans, claiming he was not good enough.
Nineteenth seed Tommy Robredo beat Marinko Matosevic in four sets in his first round match, and dominated Frank Dancevic in the second round in straight sets.
The sister of the British number three Dan Evans has told Daybreak his success at the US Open is the result of "maturity."
She and her family "broke down in tears" with "complete and utter elation" at Evans' four set win over Bernard Tomic yesterday.
British player Dan Evans' US Open dream continued with victory over Bernard Tomic - 17 months after being told he was not good enough to practise with the Australian.
The 23 year old revealed after reaching the third round of the Grand Slam that last year at the Masters tournament in Miami he had been due to practise with Tomic - only to be told to leave by the Australian's father John.
"I was there playing qualies," Evans said. "His dad sort of fobbed me off and said I wasn't good enough to practise with him. I remembered that."
"We went to practise, it was all booked. I got to the court. His dad said, 'No, no, he's a qualifier, I'm not hitting with you.' It was a bit embarrassing," he added.
Birmingham's Dan Evans has beaten Australia's Bernard Tomic 1-6, 6-3, 7-6, 6-3 to progress to the third round of the US Open.
Evans, ranked 179 in the world, was a surprise entry into the second round after an unexpected victory over 11th seed Kei Nishikori on Tuesday.
The former coach of Dan Evans, who knocked the 11th seed out of the US Open, said it was clear from an early age that the British player had a natural ability.
The 23-year-old, who is ranked 179th in the world, clinched a 6-4 6-4 6-2 victory against Kei Nishikori in New York.
Scott Key told ITV News: "I think this a big opportunity for him to take on this as a big move forward in his career. Undoubtedly we all knew he had the talent but I think it's actually having the belief in his own talent and that's what's changing."
A British player ranked 179 in the world produced the performance of his life to defeat the 11th seed in the first round of the US Open.
Dan Evans was not even ranked high enough for the qualifying tournament originally but withdrawals got him in and three wins put him in the main draw in New York.
The 23-year-old clinched a 6-4 6-4 6-2 victory against Kei Nishikori - the first British man other than Andy Murray, Tim Henman or Greg Rusedski to beat a top-15 player at a grand slam for more than 20 years.