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Dan Evans was hauled from their China Open in straight sets by John Isner.
In a tight game at Beijing, Evans could not break the big Americans function and lost 7-6 (7-3) 7-5.
When hed attained the semi-finals, the 29-year-old could have jeopardized Kyle Edmund as number one.
Evans conquer leaves Andy Murray, who faces high seed Dominic Thiem of Austria from the last eight on Friday, as the sole Briton from the attraction.
Evans fashioned two break points in the ninth game of the group, but could not take either, and the big-serving Isner, 34, chose the.
The group looked to be heading for a until Isner discovered a magic to fasten the only break of serve from the game and book a quarter-final place of Georgia against the Stefanos Tsitsipas or Nikoloz Basilashvili of either Greece.
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