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Kyle Edmund

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In terms of British tennis, in the five years from 2010 to 2014, Brits won just two challenger titles (both Ward, presumably). From 2015 to now, Britons have won nine challenger titles (Edmund x4, Bedene x3, Ward and Evans). Encouraging stuff.

Interview with Kyle here: https://www.facebook.com/TennisChampionshipsOfDallas/videos/10154547561855031/
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Kyle is actually the cousin of a family friend's friend of my family. They are from Beverley, same as Kyle.

Glad to have watched him playing so well last night.
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Kyle is actually the cousin of a family friend's friend of my family. They are from Beverley, same as Kyle.

Glad to have watched him playing so well last night.
A family friend's.. what now?
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Good for Kyle and good for those of you who watched in the middle of the night.  I very rarely will do that for Andy never mind other players such as Kyle. 
MA: Kyle is clearly aware of his need to improve his fitness so he can last for 5 set matches.  I imagine Andy will be able to give him good advice as to what to do.   Of course it's catch 22, the fewer 5 set matches one plays, the harder it must be to play 5 set matches,  So it would be good if he could play more DC matches now because of the future of men's British tennis, such as it is after the wonders of the Murray era, must lie more with him than Dan.
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A family friend's.. what now?

Lol, a friend of a family friend.
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Lol, a friend of a family friend.
Thank you for clarifying that!
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I see from today's ranking figures that Kyle has now risen to #84.
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And 13th in the race, with 313 points already this year.

#50 (which, incidentally, is Aljaz Bedene) in the rankings has 842 points, to put it into perspective.

I see no reason why Kyle can't break the top 50 this year.
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