The other kid was really talented, I thought, and only 15!
Brilliant court craft, great retriever, but will need to bulk up really. At 15 he has plenty of time to do that yet, although I doubt he'll ever hit 6 foot. Maybe a new Nishikori type player. He is hugely talented though, definitely one to watch out for.
Edmund struggled first set but once he got going there was only one player in it. Won 8 games in a row and was cruising until Kozlov took an unnecessary time-out (bad habits start early I guess..) to throw him off. Which worked, but Edmund's superior physicality eventually wore through (as you'd expect).
Kyle did look a little jaded though. Should be a good SF with Quinzi - Kyle and Quinzi are the two highest ranked juniors on tour after Kyrgios, separated by just a handful of ranking points.