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RE: Kyle Edmund


Helen40 wrote:

Any news of how he's doing and whether he's back training?


Little snippet from Bouncy's USO diary in today's Metro:

Delighted to see Kyle Edmund, Britain's former Australian Open semi-finalist, at lunch the other day.  He's had enough of watching others play after serious knee issue and hopes to be on the match court by the end of the year.



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Any news about Kyle? I thought I had read that he was hoping to be back on court in October but there doesn't seem to be any sign of this yet.

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SuperT wrote:

Any news about Kyle? I thought I had read that he was hoping to be back on court in October but there doesn't seem to be any sign of this yet.


 Advertised as being part of the exhibition in Scotland on December 21st and 22nd. England v Scotland involving both Murrays, Kyle, Dan Evans, Cam Norrie, Joe Salisbury and Neal Skupski.



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Kyle Edmund hoping to make a comeback "in November"

Would be a surprise if it was at Davis Cup, and there's not a lot else going on unless he plans to play Challengers.
twitter.com/underarm_ace/status/1453406951602331651

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flamingowings wrote:

Kyle Edmund hoping to make a comeback "in November"

Would be a surprise if it was at Davis Cup, and there's not a lot else going on unless he plans to play Challengers.
twitter.com/underarm_ace/status/1453406951602331651


 Uk pro league finals? Wild card ?



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Kyle finished 2021 as GB#3

So despite spending the whole year out injured, Kyle only dropped 1 place in the GB rankings.  As a result all of his counting tournaments come from 2019 and 2020.  His win in New York in Feb 2020 contributes 42% of his total, the most any single tournament contributes to any of the Top 10 players point total, meaning he is the person who inadvertently has most of his eggs in one basket. The other consequence of his inactivity is that of the points he currently has, 66% is scheduled to drop by the end of Q1 2022.  So without the protected ranking process, he would be the person who needs to get off to a flyer in 2022.

 

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