Kyle Edmund stepped in Andy Murrays absence to start Great Britains Davis Cup quarter-final against Germany.

Edmund, 24, repaid the faith shown in him by captain Leon Smith to win 6-3 7-5 against Philipp Kohlschreiber.
32, world number one Murray, has been left outside for the second tie in a row.
If he beats Struff british number one Dan Evans, winless so much in the Madrid finals, will put his team into the last four.
If Evans loses to the world 35, Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski would have to acquire the doubles rubber to send Britain through at the tie – as the pair crucially managed to perform in every one of both group-stage matches.
Hosts Spain, led by Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal, along with an Argentina side without the Juan Martin del Potro, would be Britains competitions in a on Saturday.
More to follow.

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