Kamke wins 5&1.
Edmund had chances in the first set - Kamke saving four break points and Edmund not facing any until 4-4, but the German's experience eventually wore through and once he got the first break he really started to dominate.
Time for Kyle to step up to some Challengers. He's been looping around all over the place so far (ATP to Futures to Davis Cup to Futures to ATP...) so hopefully now he can start to test himself more regularly at the challenger level.
Interesting insight from Bob who was at the match:
As for Kyle, it seems many of you saw the match on live stream, so I don't need to give a running commentary. My take was that the 1st set was an opportunity missed. For much of the set, Kyle matched or bettered Kamke in nearly all departments. Unfortunately, when it came to the BPs (5 in all), he seemed to panic and rush things a bit. A bit more experience and a bit more patience in those situations and I am sure he would have won the set. And as Steven noted, a hawk eye overrule on a DF at 30-40 for Kamke, when Kyle had hit a pretty decent return as well, may have been a turning point. Kamke made his 1st serve on the replayed point and went on to hold.
For me, the other area where Kamke was stronger was attacking the second serve. Perhaps it is more the case that Kyle's 2nd serve needs to improve. Greg mentioned afterwards that he would like to see more variety to keep the opponent guessing.
Unfortunately towards the end of the 1st set, Kyle began to lose rhythm completely on his serve and to be honest, he never got it back. This problem with the serve put pressure on the rest of his game and Kamke ran out an easy winner in the end. Kamke was very complimentary about Kyle in his post match interview, talking about all the BPs he had to save and openly admitted that he could easily have lost that set.
Kyle's time will undoubtedly come and there was enough evidence in that 1st set to see that he is not far away. But you can only gain experience over time and some runs in challengers may be the order of the day.