Kyle Edmund out of Miami Open after climax marred by rogue crowd call

• John Isner beats British No 1 in two close sets
• Umpire ruled Edmund lost a key point after stopping playing

The British No 1 Kyle Edmund was beaten in two close sets by John Isner in their fourth-round match at the Miami Open, with the climax marred by a fan calling out during a key point.

Isner claimed the opening set on a tie-break, but Edmund had recovered to force another in the second. However, when serving at 3-5 down, there was a shout of “out” from the crowd following a return from the American down the baseline.

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