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Re: Kyle Edmund

Edmund beat Janez Semrajc 4-6 7-6 6-2, I'm not sure if he saved any match points? He will play Egor Gerasimov tomorrow in the 2nd Round in Portoroz.
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Re: Kyle Edmund

Kyle won 7-5 6-4 against Gerasimov, a tougher match next in the Quarters against Niels Desein.
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A fantastic win for Kyle against Desein 6-4 6-4 who is ranked 78 places above Kyle in the rankings, this means that Kyle is through to his first ever Challenger Semi Final and he will play either fellow Brit Dan Cox or Gilles Muller.
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Re: Kyle Edmund

plays Gilles Muller in the SF, hoping he pull off the win

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Re: Kyle Edmund

Kyle lost 7-6 3-6 3-6 to Muller but can be proud to make his first SF and push Muller, who has been winning Challengers for fun lately, to 3 sets. Kyle will next play in Recanti where he has been given a SE and will play Marc Giner in the 1st Round.
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Kyle beat Marc Giner 6-1 6-4 in Recanti and that is a great win a against a player ranked 5 places above Kyle, next up he will play Ilija Bozoljac in what should be a much tougher but still winnable match.
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Re: Kyle Edmund

Playing a challenger in Astana this week won first two matches in straights . Great to see him doing well at challenger level now. Encouraged for his future.

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Yeah he seems to be able to beat any players ranked below him and players ranked just ahead of him fairly comfortably now. Next up should be Blaz Kavcic which will be a much tougher match and Blaz is ranked 81 and recently won the Challenger in Portoroz where incidentally he beat Muller in the final who beat Kyle in the SF.
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Re: Kyle Edmund

he will play segovia next week, could be a dangerous player there...

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Kyle has just had a fantastic win over Kavcic 6-3 6-4. Next up is Berankis which is definitely winnable, what a chance Kyle now has for a 1st challenger final.
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Re: Kyle Edmund

lost in the SF sadly, he was up 7-5 4-2, I guess he might have gotten nerve. still an good week nonetheless

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Kyle Edmund ditches coach Greg Rusedski after five consecutive first round defeats


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Kyle Edmund, Britain’s most highly rated young tennis talent, has dispensed with Greg Rusedski as his head coach after less than six months following a recent slump in form.
The 19 year-old from Yorkshire, who is currently in Australia, has ended the high profile arrangement and is said to have opted for now to concentrate on working with his other coach, James Trotman.
Edmund has lost five consecutive first rounds and is believed to have concluded that Rusedski’s other commitments will prevent him from putting in the necessary time at this key stage of his development.






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The split is something of an embarrassment to Lawn Tennis Association Chief Executive Michael Downey and an early blow to recently appointed Player Development Director Bob Brett, both of who were enthusiastic promoters of Rusedski’s role with the former outstanding junior.

More profoundly, it is yet another example of how the centralised LTA system, with its inevitable political complications and vested interests, so often seems to hinder rather than help the production of elite players in Britain.
Edmund has looked the brightest prospect of a highly promising cluster of British juniors who a few years ago looked to have a good future, only to hit problems when trying to make the senior ranks with a depressing predictability.
Former U.S Open junior champion Oliver Golding, who got through a bewildering number of coaches from the LTA and elsewhere, is currently on an indefinite career break and may not return, while ex Orange Bowl winner George Morgan largely restricts himself to doubles.

Liam Broady, one time junior Wimbledon finalist, endured a major struggle for two years, although he has bounced back impressively this summer is now doing the best of them, currently ranked 235 in the world and the British No 4.
He is seven places above Edmund, whose past form had him projected to have advanced to around 150 at this point but has slipped behind the best of his international contemporaries.
In April, Downey enthusiastically declared that Rusedski had asked to be ‘given the keys’ to take Edmund on, after the player split from his long standing coach Colin Beecher, under who he had been making solid enough upward progress.

Both Downey and Brett wanted the ex-British No 1 to have a more focussed role in his part-time contract with the governing body, despite being warned that prized youngsters require full-time dedicated coaches. Andy Murray is known to have been among those deeply sceptical about the move.
From the outset there were issues about the restraints on Rusedski’s time and, in fairness, the former world No 4 never claimed he would be able to devote himself full-time to the youngster from Beverley, due to such things as his broadcasting and corporate commitments.
Beecher has now left the LTA, ironically one of the few coaches to depart amid a general wave of redundancies that has been taking place there.

Edmund’s stalled progress again suggests that, after its serial failures of recent decades, the governing body should distance itself as much as possible from the whole area of performance and outsource the process as much as possible to independent programmes at home and abroad.
As a talented player with an impressively mature outlook and work ethic, Edmund is comfortably young enough to kick on again and resume his climb up the rankings to fulfil the exciting promise he has shown before.
But, unlike nations with far lesser riches, the LTA still show no sign of knowing how to get prized youngsters through the toughest transition of all, turning from them from talented juniors into successful professionals.

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Re: Kyle Edmund

Lost in his first Challenger final in Yokohoma at the end of the year. Qualified for the Aussie Open but lost 1st round. Has reached the semis in a Challenger in Hong Kong. Seems like the new Bogdanovic.

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Re: Kyle Edmund

lol, he is still very young...

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Re: Kyle Edmund

I think him and Liam has an chance of reaching top 100 this yr at least I hoping

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