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Daniel Evans breaks Lloyd Harris' serve six times on Wednesday to beat the South African in Delray Beach.

The Last Time... With Daniel Evans

Brit seeks his third ATP Tour semi-final

Daniel Evans on Wednesday advanced to his third tour-level quarter-final, defeating 2018 Next Gen ATP Finals alternate Lloyd Harris 6-0, 6-2 at the Delray Beach Open presented by VITACOST.com. The Brit has won four matches this week after coming through qualifying.

“Still a lot of tennis left this week and hopefully [I'll] keep going," said Evans before speaking of the windy Florida conditions. "I’m moving really well, I think. It’s just the way it is. I’m moving great and the wind actually suits my game quite well. It’s difficult to hit off the slice as well. I feel I’m playing good."

Evans will play Italian Andreas Seppi for a spot in his third ATP Tour semi-final, as he is trying to stay undefeated (2-0) in the last eight at this level. The World No. 148, who upset defending champion Frances Tiafoe in the first round, has never faced Seppi.

“He’s a great player," Evans said. "I love the way he plays. It’s going to be good fun.”

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After his victory, Evans revealed to ATPTour.com the last time...

I missed a flight?
Dubai in 2016. Just slept through the alarm.

I lost something important?
My bank card last week. I had to borrow my coach’s credit card for the week. I had to close it.

Being famous helped me?
Never helped.

I strung a tennis racquet?
A long time ago, probably when I was a junior. It was pretty easy, I enjoyed it. Took me about 20, 25 minutes.

I cooked for myself and others?
I can’t cook, don’t cook, won’t cook.

Favourite meal someone cooked for you?
Chicken fajitas, pretty good.

I met a childhood idol?
Tim Henman was here this week, so that was pretty good.

I shared a hotel room with another player?
I shared an apartment in the pre-season this year, stayed in an apartment with some other players in Bradenton. It was a group of us, so that was cool.

I asked someone famous for an autograph or selfie?
I would have been very young. Probably at a tennis tournament when I was watching. It was great fun seeing the guys who were the stars of the tournament at that time. It probably would have been Wimbledon.