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Kyle Edmund. The first time in the

fourth round at Australia. Moving

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into his first ever Grand Slam

quarterfinal.

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quarterfinal. Kyle Edmund, two match

points. Edmund has done it. He has

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wept into the sky. He will keep the

British flag flying in the singles.

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It's the day of reckoning for Kyle

Edmund, his seven years on the

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professional tour have all been

building up to this, his biggest

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challenge yet. A Grand Slam

quarterfinal against one of the best

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players in the world, the Bulgarian

Grigor Dimitrov. This tournament has

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been a real coming-of-age, he has

had some huge wins on the way to the

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quarterfinal, first up beating US

Open finalist Kevin Anderson in five

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sets, twice coming from one set

down. Then came Dennis is dim and

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who caused a huge upset at Melbourne

Park last year by beating Djokovic

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but Edmonds dealt with him in

straight sets. Then came a gruelling

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battle with the Georgian. The

mammoth battle. Then his

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fourth-round match where he overcame

Italian Andreas Seppi, dropping the

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first set on a tie-break then coming

back to win the next 37-5, 7-2, 6-3.

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For Kyle Edmund today it is a chance

to rack up his first win against the

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top five player, I huge task and

Dimitrov has looked on brilliant

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form. Particularly during his

fourth-round win over Nick Krygios

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who had the whole crowd behind him

all the way. Such a tight match,

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Dimitrov dropping the third set but

winning the other three on

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tie-breaks. Huge hitting from both

players. Edmund and Dimitrov

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tie-breaks. Huge hitting from both

players. Edmund and Dimitrov have

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met twice before in Brisbane and

Washington, DC and history is on the

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side of the Bulgarian as Dimitrov

won both.

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side of the Bulgarian as Dimitrov

won both. Since then Edmund has been

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focusing on his fitness, looking a

lot stronger and he has a new coach

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in his corner, Fredrik Rosengren who

has guided the likes of Rob and so

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darling and Magnus Norman into the

top five. Edmund is not there yet

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but he has been making strides in

that direction. He his ranked inside

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the world top 50 at number 49 and

looked to moving back to his career

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best ranking of number 40. Win this

and he will be up into the top 30.

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So is Edmund up for the challenge?

We join the match at 4-4 in the

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first set.

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COMMENTATOR:

I love this guy 's

forehand, I love his locks on the

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ball. Some of the best you will see

out on right now.

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Afriyie

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that is a must have shot when you

are playing Dimitrov. Executed to

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perfection. I like the way there was

no hesitation, stand and deliver.

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Started moving the backhand around a

little bit more in the last 12

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months. It was at times just a

little too predictable because it is

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a very technically proficient shot

and he kind of got stuck in the 70%

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crosscourt, 30% down on the line,

probably not enough to keep his

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opponents honest. Feels at times

he's getting closer to 60-40.

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Second double fault that is barely

halfway up the net.

He's going to

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serve a bit quicker on the second

serve, Edmund doing the right thing,

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tactically perfect. Getting after

the second serve, making Dimitrov

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away.

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Again, being vocal is Edmund, at

precisely the right moment. Sending

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a message to Dimitrov. He's in his

grill. Subtly in his grill. He has

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two break points as a result.

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Very close. Worth a look. Dimitrov

is pretty convinced that this one

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has missed the mark. It was a good

strike.

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The Bulgarian is correct.

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Oh yes! He has absolutely vaporised

that forehand. It's got to be the

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biggest of the match and what a time

to do it. When he comes out of the

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sit down and he will serve for the

opening set. Look at that, 166

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kilometres per hour was the return.

He's put windy on the serve.

It has

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to be a winner from where he was. Do

not underestimate how difficult that

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is to produce as a shot when it's

that high above your shoulders to

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beat somebody like Dimitrov for

peace. An extraordinary winner.

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Arguably you won't see a better

forehand winner this year. On

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return. That was special.

This match

has come to life. Day nine of the

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Australian Open. The first of the

men's quarterfinals. Second break of

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serve for Kyle Edmund, broke in the

opening game of the match but got

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broken back in the sixth. Trying to

serve it out now.

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Just swung at it. Didn't need to.

Maybe just had one eye on his

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opponent moving after this. You will

be a bit disappointed. He's better

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than that. I wonder if he lost it a

little bit in the shirt of Dimitrov,

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it would thoroughly is that bright.

-- it literally is that bright.

The

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inside in forehand you are talking

about, beautiful shape to the shot.

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We have both got great inside in

forehands. It is so easy for both of

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them, they just take the net out of

their vision, they don't have to

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worry about it. It's just about

where to put it.

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Coached many great players

throughout his

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throughout his career, Fredrik

Rosengren.

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The forehand returns I was talking

about, does that so well, Dimitrov.

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Driving through the return, finding

his opponents backhand which is

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often going to be a much slower

first shot after the serve is what

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allows him to wrestle control of the

point.

As quick as you like he's got

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two break points to break back.

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After you've been facing the Nick

Krygios serve does it feel like you

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have more time on your coming across

someone who doesn't have the same

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sort of velocity? It must.

It's a

different proposition because he

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knows Kyle's going to hit him a bit

harder after the serve as well. I

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like the serve I'd wait here rather

than the one down the tee but he

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probably prefers it a little bit.

That's the one which has been

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working well in this tournament thus

far.

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It's more difficult for the righty

because you are going over the

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higher part of the net.

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Textbook tennis.

I just wonder if he

hadn't have fresh air on the first

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volley if he would have come in

after of the return. The forehand

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was begging to be hit and he backed

off. Just allowed Dimitrov to gain a

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little bit of position in the rally

that he didn't really have at that

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stage and he turned it around

expertly.

Third chance to break.

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Once again I think it's the shape

which has done the damage.

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Excellent body serve.

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Set point Edmund.

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I think it was there. That was a

positive way to lose the set point

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if you like. He's shown a lot of

courage so far today so far on the

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big points.

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That is a very nice, especially

given how awkward the return was.

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Aluko passionate years. That is what

I wanted to see. He's so happy, one

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of those things they will have been

working on in practice and when it

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pays off in the matches you just

feel such aid sense of joy.

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Are big first serve delivers the

opening set for Edmund.

He's set to

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the good.

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Let's see how set number two shakes

out.

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Perhaps a little bit

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he had a long, hard look at that one

perhaps the body language might have

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given something away. No. Close but

not close enough.

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That's a nice start. Got to have

selective memory as sports men,

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especially in this sport. It raised

that first set and crack on.

You are

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back at even. As the set unfolded

generates its own momentum either

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way and right now he can look at the

scoreboard and he is 1-0 up. This is

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where experience is a huge part of

it for Grigor who will recognise how

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well Kyle played in the opening set.

He did the things he could control

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very well, eroded a lot of points

off the second serve of Edmund.

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I had this at 60-44 Grigor coming

in. Just the fact that Kyle has won

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the opening set would probably make

me feel like it's 55-45 Grigor Right

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now. He is still the favourite.

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now. He is still the favourite.

That

is the mark Pichai win predictor!

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Did I tell you I was marketing it?

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Again, you are not necessarily going

to see Grigor winning this match

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through pure ball striking

shotmaking and winners but

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potentially through that type of

scrap. He's become so much better at

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it.

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Freddie not happy. They expect a lot

from his charge. The serve has

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worked well all tournament.

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Well proportioned athlete, about six

foot two? Strong legs. That is the

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engine room of any tennis player.

Broad shoulders. Don't want to be

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too heavy in the upper body, you

have to carry around for a couple of

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hours.

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That was a smart shot. Kind of

goaded him in and again I think

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Dimitrov backs himself to cover that

shot down the line. I know it's a

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big forehand but he just gave him

the perfect ball. No pace, low down.

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Defence arguably more important than

attack in tennis. Andy Murray would

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subscribe to that theory I know. So

it proves to Beaver Dimitrov.

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STUDIO: That proved to be the

decisive break, Dimitrov closing the

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set 6-3 and levelling the match. The

early exchanges of the third set

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went with serve, we rejoin at free

four with Bulgarian serving.

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COMMENTATOR: Always nice when you

can win that first point against the

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opponents serve.

Yeah, Danny is out

of his chair and I just get the

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sense he feels there is a bit of a

flat spot for Dimitrov the way he

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moved to the backhand. You look at

the score and think how is that

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possible but sometimes there are

certain fluctuations in matches or

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certain periods, coming up to just

three minutes shy of two hours and

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the way he got out of his chair

suggests he senses something.

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A small opening has become a half

chance here for Edmund.

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Dani Abalo Gent. That was a good,

solid serve. -- Danny up again.

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Controlled placement more than

anything else from Dimitrov. Looking

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for a central ball of the backhand.

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Now the half chance has become a

gilt-edged opportunity.

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Great serve. Given how well that

play worked that love- 30 you

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thought he might go back to it but

in his own mind he was thinking

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maybe that is exactly what Edmund is

thinking and he threw in something

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different.

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That has been an accumulation of

pressure from Edmund on the Dimitrov

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serve for the last two hours.

You

look back at his match against Kyle

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in Brisbane and he served 12 aces

that day but nine double faults and

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if you look at his start to the

season it's been a pattern. Six

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aces, five doubles against Krygios I

believe. I think it was five aces

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and six doubles elsewhere. He has

been struggling on that second serve

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all year.

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The key in those matches is that

those guys have been able to keep it

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close.

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Give him plenty of wriggle room and

he doesn't feel the scoreboard

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pressure.

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That is one of my favourite patterns

of play.

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of play. As soon as he hit that

inside out forehand he knew the

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foray forward was on. Great urgency

with his feet to take a ball while

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it's still above the height of the

net. Makes the volley so much

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easier.

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Big-time tennis. Big-time point.

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Absolutely the right shot here as

well. We talked a little bit about

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being semi-conservative with a

forehand at the moment, he's

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absolutely smoking it and Freddie

loves it.

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Employees under pressure. -- poise

under pressure.

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under pressure.

That has popped up

beautifully for Edmund to finish

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off.

I love that he did not try to

hit it too hard either. Trusts his

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ball control. It has given him set

point. And that serve that has been

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working so hard on on the off pays

dividends. At precisely the right

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time. Edmund with the 2-1 lead.

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STUDIO: Dimitrov and Edmund traded

breaks any tight fourth set, we pick

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up the action at 4-4.

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COMMENTATOR:

The problem is you have

so much court to cover when you

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don't hit it well enough against

Edmund's forehand because he's got

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options, over you, around you. He

has just nailed that. I think

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Dimitrov took his racket away

because it was so high as it went

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past him, but the dip.

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Was impressive. As was that. He's

come into this game with a couple of

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loose forehand errors in the last

game and he needed to make that. He

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misses that and it's either- 30 and

he's in a world of pain,

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potentially.

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I like the direction of the

backhand. Still aggressive. Like you

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said earlier, it's an important shot

for him, not just against Dimitrov.

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If he goes down there, more often

than not the opponent has to bring

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his forehand into play.

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Challenging the call, the ball was

called in.

This was close, the ball

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was spinning away. It was taking it

away from the line. He almost looked

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like he challenged himself.

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like he challenged himself. What is

it? It's out, isn't it?

It looks out

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to me. Oh, come on!

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Well... It just shows you right

there the margins we are dealing

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with in our sport.

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How good was that from Hawk-Eye?

Don't know if it was intentional,

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but that was magnifying the tension

times ten.

Brilliant, keeping us all

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in suspense.

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Kyle Edmund, just a decent service

game away now from a place in the

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semifinals of the Australian Open.

Leading 5-4 in the fourth set.

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This will be one of the biggest

service games of Kyle Edmund's

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career. Bidding to record his first

victory against a top five player.

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And a place in the semifinals of the

Australian Open up for grabs.

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It was an elaborate slice. Not sure

how intentional it was, or whether

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there were nerves attached to the

swing or what, but it was certainly

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effective.

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We can hear a fair bit of wind at

times in the effects microphone,

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maybe just throwing Dimitrov off in

his control. Again, another forehand

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lost surprisingly.

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Once again, a cheap point from

Dimitrov. Edmund will take it with

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open arms. Needs a first serve now

again.

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How big is that? 13th ace. Edmund at

match point.

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He's done it!

Challenging the call

on the right baseline. The ball was

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called out.

He's not sure. Kyle

isn't going anywhere. His fitness

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coach has said it's out.

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Kyle Edmund is a Grand Slam

semifinalist for the first time in

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his career. And for the first time,

he takes down Grigor Dimitrov. 6&4,

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3-6, 6-3, 6-4.

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3-6, 6-3, 6-4.

What a moment for

Kyle. What a tournament this has

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been. We have seen the birth of a

couple of stars last night under the

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night sky here in Melbourne. Hyeon

Chung coming through against Novak

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Djokovic in the daytime here in

Melbourne we see another one taken

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unprecedented step in their journey

and their career, as Dimitrov exits

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Melbourne this year a round earlier

than last year after that classic

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with Rafa Nadal. But for Kyle

Edmund, this is his time.

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Kyle, we watched you sit on the

sidelines shaking your head and

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taking in the moment. Put into words

what this means to you.

First of

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all, it's an amazing feeling, very

happy. With these sorts of things,

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you are so emotionally engaged that

you don't really take it in and

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enjoy yourself. So at the end, a

hard match, lots of matches so far,

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so I just tried to enjoy the moment.

Thanks to all you guys.

CHEERING AND

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APPLAUSE

It's my first match on this Court

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and it was very special.

Your first

match here at the Rob Lever arena

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and your first quarterfinal in a

Grand Slam. You got off to a great

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start. You knew Grigor Dimitrov

would come back. What were the keys

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to winning this match for you?

He

has played hard matches, he went

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back a five set and played a

high-level match against Nick. I

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knew it would be tough. I had a dip

in the second set. It was quite poor

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tennis at some points. I managed to

break him right at the end in the

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third. A little blip in the fourth,

but held my nerve in the last game

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and prayed the last ball was out.

I

won't keep you too much longer, but

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your new coach, Freddie Rosengren.

We have known him a long time, a

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great man and great coach. You got

together at the end of last year.

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What has he helped you with in your

game?

My game is an aggressive game

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style. I thought a number of times

last year that I was playing OK but

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coming unstuck a few times too often

in closer stages. We were trying to

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think of what could make the

difference. He's involved, and Mark

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back home. And my trainer Ian who I

have been with a long time as well.

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Another match on this court in a few

hours' time. Marin Cilic and Rafa

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Nadal. Will you watch and what you

think of the match?

Nadal's priority

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now is to recover and take care of

his body. Getting ready for

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Thursday. When you are having

treatment and getting ready for the

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match, there are always TVs around

so you will take it in. Tomorrow is

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the day, enjoy its snout, and

tomorrow we'll talk about the match

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and get ready for tomorrow.

Enjoy

the moment, in your first Grand Slam

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semifinal, Kyle Edmund.

CHEERING AND

APPLAUSE

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STUDIO: No complaints from all of

us. Here are a set of figures Kyle

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Edmund will never forget, his first

win of a top five player and first

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Grand Slam quarterfinal won.

Congratulations from around the

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world and those who know him best.

This from his Davis Cup captain Leon

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Smith who seems to think last

night's dinner choice was key to his

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success. Short and sweet from Andy

Murray, and Marcus

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success. Short and sweet from Andy

Murray, and Marcus Willis, who knows

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what it is like to be an underdog.

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Murray, and Marcus Willis, who knows

what it is like to be an underdog.

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He said it was ridiculous behaviour

from Kyle Edmund, in the nicest

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possible way. Who saw that coming?

Kyle Edmund beating the odds and

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going into the last four of the

Australian Open. To give you an idea

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of the pedigree he is mixing with,

his next opponent is either 2014 US

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Open champion Marin Cilic or 16 time

Grand Slam champion and world number

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one Rafael Nadal. This was a great

contest but it became increasingly

0:41:100:41:16

clear Rafa was struggling. He got

the trainer out in the fourth set

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and had an extended medical

time-out. He lost the set 6-2. Have

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having gone a break down in the

fifth, he retired for only the

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second time in 264 Grand Slam

matches. The first semifinal is Kyle

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Edmund against Marin Cilic and the

other quarterfinals are yet to be

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played, featuring newcomers Tennys

Sandgren of the USA and Hyeon Chung

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South Korea, both in their first

quarterfinals. Tomas Berdych plays

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in his ninth, and Roger Federer,

incredibly, his 52nd. We'll have

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highlights of Kyle Edmund's

semifinal against Marin Cilic on

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Thursday at 5pm. Meanwhile, the

first of the women's semifinals is

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taking shape. It will feature Elise

Mertens for the first time, the

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Belgian recording her first victory

over a top five player, beating

0:42:080:42:13

Svitolina of Ukraine. It's the first

time she has made the main draw at

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Melbourne Park, and she faces

another stern test against world in

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a bid to Caroline Wozniacki who beat

Spain's Suarez Navarro. The other

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quarterfinals are yet to play.

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Current world number one Halep plays

former world number one Pliskova.

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And Angelique Kerber against beaten

US Open finalist Madison Keys.

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Highlights from 4:45pm. It could be

a tussle with two powerhouses of the

0:42:450:42:50

women's game going head-to-head.

Before that, plenty of other sport

0:42:500:42:53

across the BBC to get your teeth

into... We will be building to the

0:42:530:42:59

Super Bowl on NFL this week.

0:42:590:43:07

Kyle Edmund plays his semifinal on

Thursday, so nervous wait until then

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for British tennis fans. Is Kyle

Edmund himself said, it's a good

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problem to have. I wonder if he

knows if he wins the semifinal, he

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will take over from Andy Murray

British number one. Hmm... Thanks

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for watching.

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COMMENTARY MONTAGE:

Good start for

the Brit.

He has vaporised that

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forehand.

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forehand.

First server delivers the

opening set for Edmund.

Oh yes.

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Edmund leading 2-1.

This is his

time.

Kyle Edmund is a Grand Slam

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semifinalist for the first time in

his career.

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With Andy Murray pulling out with an injury, British hopes at the Australian Open lie with 23-year-old Yorkshireman Kyle Edmunds. The British number two is breaking new ground, he's through to his first Grand Slam quarter-final where he is up against world number three Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov whom he has never beaten. Can he become just the 4th British man to progress to the semi-finals of the Australian Open?


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