Kyle Edmund cruises past Jan-Lennard Struff to reach Erste Bank Open semi-finals
British No 2 Kyle Edmund has reached his third semi-final of the season after cruising past Jan-Lennard Struff on the Erste Bank Open in Vienna.
Edmund dropped simply two factors on his first function he beat his German opponent 6-2, 7-5 in 75 minutes.
Next up will likely be both Lucas Pouille or Richard Gasquet, and the prospect to reach his first ever last at ATP World Tour stage.
In the opposite half of the draw, high seed Alexander Zverev performs Frenchman Jo Wilfried Tsonga and Argentina’s Diego Schwartzman takes on Philipp Kohlschreiber of Germany.
Edmund’s victory on this quarter-final towards Struff was by no means unsure from the second he broke his opponent’s serve within the opening recreation of the match.
He broke once more halfway by the primary set, which he took in 28 minutes, dropping simply 5 factors on his personal serve.
His personal supply regarded impenetrable till he was serving for the match, when Struff broke him, however he instantly replied and didn’t waste his second probability, seeing out a formidable victory.
Edmund has loved some spectacular type this season, having reached the final 4 at each the Winston-Salem Open and Atlanta Open over the American hard-court swing.