Edmund is an Australian Open semifinalist, and only the sixth British man to play in a major singles semifinal in the Open Era. He won his maiden ATP Tour title at Antwerp in October 2018. Edmund made his Davis Cup debut in the 2015 final, against Belgium, with Great Britain winning the tournament for the first time in 79 years.
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Kyle Edmund becomes the 13th first-time winner on the ATP World Tour in 2018 by defeating Gael Monfils in Antwerp. imagellan Kyle Edmund defeats Richard Gasquet in straight sets at the European Open on Saturday.
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Dan Evans and Kyle Edmund will also take part in the Schroders Battle of the Brits, which will raise at least of £100,000 for NHS Charities Together and be broadcast on Tennis Channel in the ...
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Edmund finished 2018 at a career-high World No. 14 with a 37-21 record. 2) He Loves ‘Anything With An Engine’ When Edmund isn’t competing on the ATP Tour, you may find him behind the wheel.
Kyle Edmund is an international England team tennis player. His full name is Kyle Steven Edmund. His full name is Kyle Steven Edmund. Edmund has won the two junior Grand Slam doubles, at the US Open 2012 and French Open 2013 .
November 2019, Spain, Madrid: The tennis player Kyle Edmund fron Great Britain defeated Philipp Kohlschreiber from Germany, who speaks with the... British Kyle Edmund during Mutua Madrid Open 2018 at Caja Magica in Madrid, Spain.
Kyle Edmund’s injury enforced absence is set to continue for several more weeks after the former British No 1 underwent a “small” operation on his knee. The world No 69 has not played competitive tennis for six months with his last match a defeat in qualifying at the Vienna Open in October 2020.
Novak Djokovic takes on Kyle Edmund in Round 2 of the US Open 2020.Don't miss a moment of the US Open! Subscribe now! https://bit.ly/2Pdr81i
The forgotten man of British tennis will be heading to Wimbledon, but the grass courts must wait for another year for Kyle Edmund. He has not played a match since October and in April decided to go under the knife in an effort to cure a long-standing knee problem.