Who is Dan Evans? His Wiki/Bio, Net Worth, Early Life and More

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Dan Evans

“Outlaw King” is a movie from 2018 where we saw Dan Evans and his brilliant acting skills. It’s about Scottish king Robert the Bruce in the 14th century. The film shows his fight during the Scottish Wars of Independence. Also, the story mostly happens from 1304 to 1307, when Bruce rebels against Edward I’s rule over Scotland.

It was made by David Mackenzie and has actors like Chris Pine and Florence Pugh. Moreover, the movie premiered in September 2018 at a festival and was released on Netflix in November 2018. Furthermore, some people liked the movie’s looks, acting, and action scenes, but others didn’t like how it changed history and used common story elements.

Biography

Real Name Dan Evans
Nickname Dan Evans
Net Worth $7 million (As of 2023)
Date of Birth 23 May 1990
Age 33 years (As of 2023) 
Birthplace Britain
Current Residence Britain
Nationality British
Profession Tennis player
Marital Status NA
Girlfriend/Wife NA
Religion Christianity
Zodiac sign NA

Dan Evans was born in Birmingham, UK, on May 23, 1990. He grew up there with his parents and two older sisters. Furthermore, his dad was an electrician, and his mom worked as a nurse. While he used to play squash with his dad, he got interested in tennis a bit later. Also, his parents saw his talent and sent him to tennis schools when he was 10 and 13. He’s now in a relationship with Aleah Evans, and people wonder if they’ll get married, but he hasn’t said anything about that.

Biography

Education

Dan Evans hasn’t told us about where he went to school at first. He might have gone to school in Birmingham or Edgbaston. Later, he went to Loughborough University. There, he trained in tennis and did great things afterward. Also, as you can see he was always destined to do great things. One might even say he was born to be a tennis player. Furthermore, this is not at all an overstatement. 

Career

Dan Evans started playing tennis in 2006, but his junior journey began in 2004 when he was on the British team and won a world junior tennis competition at 14. In 2006, he won another junior title, although the Lawn Tennis Association took his name away from Wimbledon that year. In 2007, he was in the Davis Cup and played in junior grand slams. Also, he won lots of junior titles. As a pro, he got his first ITF Futures title in 2008. Furthermore, he won more futures titles and his first challenger titles in 2009. Moreover, he won 9 ATP Challenger and 13 ITF Futures titles. In 2021, he got his first ATP 250 singles title, and in 2023, he won the Washington Open. In men’s singles grand slams, he hasn’t gone past the 4th round.

Career

Tournaments and Wins

In April, Dan Evans got invited to be part of the Davis Cup tie against the Netherlands. He was there to help Tim Henman and Jamie Murray practice. Furthermore, in June, he had his first win in an ATP tournament in Nottingham, but he lost in the next round. In July, he had his first wins in the Futures tour after trying seven times. Also, this happened at the Great Britain F11 in Felixstowe, where he won two matches but lost in the next round. He also did well in junior tournaments in different countries and had a successful doubles partnership. His coach was Mark Hilton at the Nottingham Tennis Centre.

At the beginning of the year, Dan Evans started training with Paul Annacone at the National Tennis Centre. Also, Annacone used to work with famous players like Pete Sampras and Tim Henman. In May, Evans did well in the Bournemouth Futures tournament, and his ranking improved to 1339. A week later, he also did good in the Edinburgh Futures, reaching the quarterfinals and winning in doubles. In June, he played in the Artois Championships. 

Net Worth

Dan Evans is a famous tennis player from England. He began playing tennis when he was young and turned professional in 2006. Also, he has won many singles titles and has a good ranking in doubles as well. He has earned a total of $7,510,385 in prize money throughout his career. His net worth is estimated to be $7 million.

Net Worth in 2023 $7.0 Million
Net Worth in 2022 $6.5 Million
Net Worth in 2021 $5.5 Million
Net Worth in 2020 $5.0 Million
Net Worth in 2019 $4.5 Million
Net Worth in 2018 $3.8 Million

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