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Kyle Edmund gives Great Britain 1-0 lead in Davis Cup quarter-finals

BBC News Friday, 22 November 2019
Kyle Edmund steps up again in Andy Murray's absence to start Great Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final against Germany with a win.
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