His points from Lexington last year have dropped off and now currently Dan's ranked 366.
In the last singles match he played was in R1 in a Futures in Frinton where he lost to Richard Gabb 6-4 6-3 and here's one spectator's description of it:
Evans just wasn't at the races. His main tactic seemd to float the ball back into play and hope Gabb would make an error. He rarely went for a winner. Dan didn't want to be there.
And I've found an extract The Times:
The Net Post wondered what he was doing next and he said he really didnt know. If ever there was a player who requires a sense of direction, firm guidance, encouragement and the right decisions being taken about his career, it is Evans, who is a fine talent that, unless something positive happens soon, one fears will drift out of the game and be lost to it, which would be a terrible sin.
So yet more sad times for him.
I get the feeling that might need to take a break from the game to refresh and re-energize himself.