Edmund approaches rooms to a Britain without Murray

Kyle Edmund defeated Kazakh Mikhail Kukushkin in two sets and Evans will face Bublik to try to close the British pass to the crossings.


Kyle Edmund, who at first had not been summoned by Great Britain for the Davis Cup Finals, gave his team the first point in the Group E tie against Kazakhstan, where the pass to the quarter finals. The winner will play the crosses.

Edmund beat Kazakh number one in two sets, Mikhail Kukushkin (double 6-3 in 1h: 16) and Daniel Evans, announced instead of Andy Murray, who yesterday played against Dutch Griekspoor and won, could certify the classification of the British If you beat the Alexander Bublik hitter then

Britain, the only country that has played in all editions of the competition, is one step away from continuing thanks to the good performance of Edmund, who debuted in the tournament in 2015 and had a balance of 3-5 in five qualifiers (4 -5 now). The redhead could with a Davis veteran like Kukushkin (26-14 in 23 qualifiers). In the first set. Edmund broke for 4-2 and then saved two break points. In the second round, he took the lead with another break (3-2) and closed the win over the rest in the last game after lifting two other break balls with 1-0 in his favor. The British played with high serve percentages (73% first) and placed 23 winning strokes, three times more than Kukushkin (7) .

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