Kyle Edmund gives Great Britain 1-0 lead in Davis Cup quarter-finals
Kyle Edmund stepped in Andy Murray’s Lack to start Great Britain’s Davis Cup quarter-final from Germany Having a Triumph.
Edmund, 24, repaid the faith shown in him captain Leon Smith to win 6-3.
32, world number one Murray, has been left out to the tie in a row.
British number one Dan Evans will put his team if he beats Struff after on Friday.
If Evans falls to the world 35, Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski would have to acquire the rubber to ship Britain through at the tie – since the pair managed to do in each of the two group-stage matches.
Hosts Spain, led by Grand Slam winner Rafael Nadal, along with a Argentina side without the Juan Martin del Potro, could be Britain’s competitions in a on Saturday.
More to follow.