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Britain's Kyle Edmund in shock defeat over Djokovic

Edmumd shakes hands with Djokovic after his second round victory
Edmumd shakes hands with Djokovic after his second round victory
By Mark Armstrong
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Edmund overcame the 12-time Grand Slam champion in three sets


British number one Kyle Edmund wowed the crowd beating 12-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic in three sets to go through to the third round of the Madrid Open.

Some impressive serving and perseverance during long rallies led Edmund to victory.

Edmund beat the 30-year-old Serb in three sets: 6-3 2-6 6-3.

The two have met four times now and in the first three encounters Edmund never managed to win a set.

Edmund's victory will take him into the world's top twenty ranked players.

He will take on David Goffin in the next round after Goffin beat Robin Haase on the Netherlands.

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