Dan Evans: I want to coach – not chase money like some pundits
Britain’s No 2 discusses what he will do when he retires and the injury that has forced him to swap the court for stands in GB’s Davis Cup tie against Serbia
Dan Evans should be in sunny Malaga preparing to play a key role for Great Britain in their bid for Davis Cup glory this week. Instead the 33-year-old is sitting in a darkened pub in London Paddington station reflecting on the cruel moment that robbed him of the chance to finish what he had started in tennis’s world cup.
All had seemed well for Evans in the first round of the Vienna Open four weeks ago. Looking to build some momentum before the Davis Cup, the British No 2 was cruising at 4-1 up against the American Frances Tiafoe. But within an instant his season was over. Pushing off his right leg to run forward and chase down a short ball, he felt a strange