Dan Evans commented on his third round loss to Joao Sousa in Wimbledon. The British player could have faced Rafael Nadal in the fourth round. After his five-set loss, Evans said: "I obviously didn’t serve very well.
That was it. I didn’t play any big points that great. Fought as hard as I could fight. That’s all I can do on the day, is leave everything out there. I haven’t served that great the whole tournament, to be honest.
It’s been a bit up and down. Yeah, I mean, a little unlucky. A few games were tight. Didn’t hold when I was up, as well. That was it really. I have to say Joao I thought played really well. I mean, it was just a battle at the end, wasn’t it? Hard one to take.
Great atmosphere, as well. Feel privileged to be able to play under the new Court 1 roof, to be honest. But what can I do? I mean, feeling sorry for myself is not going to do anything for anyone, is it? Just got to come through those matches if you want to be top 50, top 30. You got to come through them. I was found wanting when I needed to find my serve in all five sets."