Kyle Edmund shows fighting spirit at US Open but loses to Pablo Andújar

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• Briton tired at end of match to lose in five sets • Stefanos Tsitsipas unhappy with umpire in his defeat There is no good way to lose a match but some are better than others. Kyle Edmund can be proud that, unlike Stefanos Tsitsipas, he left the US Open with his dignity intact, fighting for every second of the four hours and 21 minutes it took Pablo Andújar to subdue him in five sets of the most honest endeavour. The same could not be said of the noisy exit of Tsitsipas, who was heard to say “You’re all weirdos” to Damien Dumusois after the respected French umpire had warned him about …

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