Kyle Edmund qualifies for Australian Open to become third British man in draw

• Edmund comes from set down to beat Australian Dane Propoggia
• British No3 joins Andy Murray and James Ward in main draw
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Britain will have three men in the Australian Open for the first time since 2002 after Kyle Edmund produced a superb battling performance on Saturday to secure his debut in the main draw.

Edmund came from a set down against the local favourite Dane Propoggia to win 6-7, 6-4, 9-7 but his compatriot Liam Broady fell at the final hurdle as he lost in straight sets to the American veteran Michael Russell in the last round of qualifying.

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