Dan Evans is currently ranked no.26 in the world and was a part of the British Davis Cup winning team in 2015 and here is all about his net worth, salary, MMA record, endorsements and more
|Dan Evans facts|
|Birth Place||Birmingham, England|
|Father’s Name||David Evans|
|Mother’s Name||Bernadette Evans|
|Net Worth||$2 million|
|Prize Money (2021, YTD)||$274,933|
|Prize Money till date||$3,492,505|
|Date of Birth||May 23, 1990|
|Achievements||Davis Cup Winning Team (2015)|
|Endorsements||LUKE, Wilson Sporting Goods|
Dan Evans was born on the 23rd of May in 1990. The Birmingham based man turned pro in 2006, when he was just 16. He found his calling during his time at Loughborough University, prior to which he had shown immense interest in squash.
Evans had a slow start to his career. It was only during the mid 2010s, his career picked up steam. He represented the Great Britain team which won the Davis cup in 2015.
And, in 2016 he made it to the third round of the Wimbledon, and finally broke into the top 50 of the ATP rankings after a decent showing at the 2017 Australian Open.
He is now currently ranked number 26 in the world.
Net Worth and Earnings
Dan Evans has a net worth of $2 million, thanks to his career earnings of $3,492,505. The Brit earns an average salary of $300,000 per year.
An active participant in the 4 major Grand Slams reaching the 4th round of the Australian Open once in 2017, and making it past the 2nd round thrice at the US Open and twice at Wimbledon.
He was also an integral part of the British team which won the Davis Cup in 2015. So it is no big surprise that the Brit is easily worth more than a million.
Dan Evans broke into the ATP rankings when he was a very young teenager. He achieved a ranking of 1542 to begin with in the year 2006. He slowly rose through the ranks. Evans broke into the top 100 for the first time in May 2016.
He improved by leaps and bounds after that and in the very next year he broke into the top 50 of the ATP rankings, after an impressive fourth round finish at the Australian Open.
2018 was quite a disappointing year for Evans, as he slipped out of the top 1000. He then made a resolute comeback, and there was a strong upward surge in his rankings since then.
He is currently ranked number 26, which happens to be his career best, thanks to his recent upset of Novak Djokovic at Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters.
Despite coming up decent at Grand Slams, Evans has just one career title to his name, despite turning pro, way back in 2016.
His first and only title win came at the recently concluded Melbourne Murray River Open in February this year. He defeated favourite Felix Auger Aliassime in the final to hit the jackpot.
As far as his doubles career is concerned, he has no titles, and a third round finish at US Open 2016 has been his best performance till date.
He did win the Davis Cup representing Britain in 2015, however that isn’t a part of ATP career titles.
Family and Relationships
Evans’ father David is an electrician. And, his mother Bernadette Evans is a nurse. He also has two sisters – Clare and Laura. Growing up, Evans showed a lot of interest in squash, and once he moved to Loughborough he began pursuing Tennis as a full-time career.
His idols are Tim Henman and Pete Sampras. He is a supporter of Birmingham based football club Aston Villa.
Evans has been in a relationship with his girlfriend Aleah for quite a long time. Aleah can often be seen supporting Evans from the stands, during his matches.
Dan Evans was sponsored by Nike until 2017. He ran out of contract with Nike, and the company did not renew his contract. But he found a new sponsor pretty quickly in Japan based manufacturer Yoxoi.
His contract with Yoxoi ran out in 2019, and that’s when Evans was left without a clothing sponsor. A year later British clothing brank LUKE partnered with Evans.
Besides this Evans is also sponsored by Wilson Sporting Goods.
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