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How to watch Dan Evans vs Tallon Griekspoor in the Citi Open final: Preview, UK times & live stream


British No.2 Dan Evans will contest for his first ATP 500 title on Sunday night at the Citi Open in Washington.

Evans is set to face 12th seed Tallon Griekspoor in the final, after a brilliant week in the States, where he has defeated world No.10 Frances Tiafoe and fifth seed Grigor Dimitrov.

Evans is the first British player to reach the final in Washington since Andy Murray in 2006. This is the 33-year-old's first ATP 500 final of his career.

The Brit will be looking to double his career title tally - adding to the trophy he won at the ATP 250 in Melbourne back in 2021.

Following a comeback victory over France's Gregoire Barrere in the first round, the British star hasn't dropped a set since. In the second round, he blasted past Alexander Schevchenko 6-3, 6-4, setting up a battle with this year's Houston and Stuttgart champion - Tiafoe - later the same evening.

Up against the second seed, Evans played arguably his best match of the season to beat the American 6-4, 7-5 and continued his momentum into the semi-finals, where he defeated Dimitrov 6-3, 7-6(4).

Washington 2023 Semi-Final Highlights

His opponent in the final will be Dutch star Griekspoor, who is going in search of his third title this season - building on his trophies in Pune and s'Hertogenbosch.

So far this week has beaten Liam Broady, Gael Monfils, JJ Wolf and top seed Taylor Fritz in the semi-final.

Evans and Griekspoor have played each other twice before in Antwerp and at the Davis Cup Finals last year, with the British star winning in straight sets on both occassions.

What time is the Citi Open final in the UK?

The Citi Open final will get underway at 22:00 UK time.

How to watch the Citi Open final

Live coverage of Dan Evans vs Tallon Griekspoor will be available exclusively on Prime Video.

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