NEW YORK -- This one will stick with Daniel Evans for a long time.The Briton twice led world No. 3 Stan Wawrinka by a set and had a match point in the fourth-set tiebreaker but went on to lose the biggest match of his life 4-6, 6-3, 6-7(6), 7-6(8), 6-2.Just a bit of a heartbreaker really, Evans later told a press conference. I dont really know what to say. It was a tough one to take. Probably hurt a bit for a while. Disappointing how it played out.Evans left Louis Armstrong Stadium to a standing ovation after a warm exchange with the Swiss at the net. But his mind was still dwelling on those missed opportunities.As well as his failing to convert a match point, the 26-year-old was left to dwell on botching what seemed to be a simple smash at 7-7 in that tiebreaker.Listen, Im thinking about that smash to put it away, he said candidly. Ive never been in that situation before, especially against someone as good as him. Its just not easy, is it? I mean, being that close, I was thinking about winning the match. Whoever says you dont think about winning the match at that point is full of it.I just hit it to the wrong side. Actually hit it down the middle. The small things in those matches make big differences. Why I hit it down the middle -- I never hit the smash ever down the middle. Its beyond me, so... Such is life.After four hours, three minutes, the two-time Grand Slam champion finally prevailed, with Evans body and mind giving up on him.I was physically pretty tired, said Evans. Subconsciously, mentally as well I was hurt a bit. Just one of those things. In the fifth set, hes obviously a class opponent. I sort of knew that was the chance in the fourth set. Its just a difficult one really to take.History was on the line -- if Evans had won, it would have been the first time in the Open Era, at any Grand Slam, that three British men reached the last 16, following Andy Murray and Kyle Edmunds wins.The 26-year-old was visibly devastated at missing out, and suggested he is a doubt to feature in Britains Davis Cup semifinal due to a foot injury.Disgrace! Evans had shouted at the chair umpire, after calling for the trainer in the fifth set only to have his problem diagnosed as cramp. Its my body, not his body.The physio said I had cramp, which I didnt have, he added. My foot is sore. I actually asked for the trainer in the middle of the game, and he just wouldnt treat me. He said he was just going to treat me for the normal timeout. I didnt want to be treated by him because he was wrong.But Evans shouldnt be too disheartened. He truly arrived at this tournament -- no longer can it be considered that he has squandered his talents.He will reach a new career-high ranking near the top 50, but that will be no consolation to him right now.To come off again losing that, after being in that position, is just something I need to get out of my head pretty quick, get away for a bit, he said. I think its a good idea. Patrick Mahomes Chiefs Jersey . "I wrote 36 on my sheet at the beginning of the game," the Cincinnati coach said, referring the yard line the ball would need to be snapped from. Anthony Sherman Chiefs Jersey . Datsyuk will miss Tuesdays game against New Jersey and could be sidelined longer, while Cleary will likely miss at least the next three games. Its been an injury-plagued season for Datsyuk, who has suited up for just 39 games. http://www.prochiefsauthentic.com/Youth-Derrick-Thomas-Elite-Jersey/ . 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Friedman.Shes a point guard whos not going to score a ton of points but can recognize the open player and get them the ball and can do it without a whole lot of fanfare, UF head coach Mary Wise said in the story. She just delivers a killable ball, and as the season has gone on, shes learned not just how but when to do it.In a pair of UF road victories last week, Monserez, the national leader in assists per set (12.35), posted a double-double in a sweep of LSU and logged a 57-assist outing in a four-set win over defending SEC champion Texas A&M. The Windemere, Fla. natives 57 assists against the Aggies matched her career high-which also tied the highest total by an SEC player in a four-set match this season.Monserez is one of three players in the country to post more than 55 assists in multiple four-set matches this season, and she is the first Gator since Angie McGinnis (2007) to accomplish that feat.Monserezs double-double versus the Tigers, her third of the season, came by way of 32 assists and 16 digs.The Bishop Moore Catholic High School was also named the SEC Player of the Week on MMonday and Sports Imports/AVC National Player of the Week on Tuesday.dddddddddddd.2016 PLAYER OF THE WEEK AWARDSOct. 19 | espnW Player of the Week, Allie MonserezOct. 18 | Sports Imports/AVCA National Player of the Week, Allie MonserezOct. 17 | SEC Player of the Week, Allie MonserezOct. 17 | SEC Defensive Player of the Week, Rhamat AlhassanOct. 10 | SEC Defensive Player of the Week, Rhamat AlhassanSept. 26 | SEC Freshman of the Week, Rachael KramerSept. 26 | SEC Defensive Player of the Week, Caroline KnopSept. 19 | SEC Co-Defensive Player of the Week, Rhamat AlhassanSept. 19 | SEC Setter of the Week, Allie MonserezSept. 12 | SEC Setter of the Week, Allie MonserezAug. 29 | SEC Setter of the Week, Allie MonserezUP NEXTFlorida, now up to No. 8 in the latest RPI rankings, returns to the Lemerand Athletic Center for a four-match homestand.The Gators get their streak of home matches rolling Friday (Oct. 21) against Mississippi State at 7 p.m. ET on SEC Network +, with Tom Collett and Missy Whittemore on the call. 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