Britain's Dan Evans was unable to find a way past Alex de Minaur as the Australian won their clash at the Ultimate Tennis Showdown.
De Minaur, nicknamed 'The Demon' at the event, made a perfect start to his UTS3 campaign as he crushed Britain’s Dan Evans 4-0.
The Australian took the first quarter, then proceeded to dominate the next three to win 13-12, 23-9, 21-10, 20-13.
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"It’s different, that’s for sure,” De Minaur said. “It’s definitely fun, I’m glad it went well for me.
"It wasn’t easy getting used to the conditions and tactics but I’m glad I made a good start.
"I forgot to use the cards and I also forgot what card I had,” he said, after snatching the sudden death point."
De Minaur will next face Pablo Andujar of Spain, while Evans is set to take on Andujar in his next match.
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