Last British player standing has decided to be more assertive and is aware of how dangerous his opponent in the third-round, Denis Shapovalov, can beKyle Edmund would figure well in any poll for diffidence and politeness in the often noisy tennis jungle but the last British player standing at the US Open revealed before his third-round match against Denis Shapovalov on Friday that he has found his version of a mean streak.“This trip I’ve been a little bit more animated,” he says when pressed about a couple of appeals to the chair umpire during his impressive straight-sets win over Steve Johnson on Wednesday night. Continue reading…



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