Instead of going around the court to check on Edmund, the tennis pro went up and over the net before helping the British No. 2 tennis player to the sideline. The two squared off previous year in Washington where the world No. 3 earned a hard fought three-set victory over the British No. 2.
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Edmund fell to the ground with the third set tied at 4 and appeared to be in pain. "It's very unfortunate what happened".
"First match in about a month - I feel a little bit rusty, but at the same time I'm excited and trying to get into a rhythm". I'm hitting the ball well and I'm serving really well.
"I knew the last two games he wasn't at his best so I just had to find a way again".
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Kyrgios had earlier battled back from a set down to beat Alexandr Dolgopolov 1-6 6-3 6-3 on Friday to book his spot in the semi-finals. The 18-year-old de Minaur stunned fourth seed Milos Raonic in the second round and there was no letdown Friday as he ousted USA qualifier Michael Mmoh 6-4, 6-0 to reach his first ATP semi-final.
On a day when Johanna Konta withdrew from her quarter-final with injury and Andy Murray announced he would not be able to play the Australian Open, Edmund gave British tennis something to cheer about with his win over Chung.
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Harrison moved through when his opponent, Uzbekistan's Denis Istomin, retired due to a left hip injury with the American leading 7-6 (8/6), 4-2.
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