Kyle Edmund stepped in Andy Murrays absence to start Great Britains Davis Cup quarter-final against Germany with a Triumph.
Edmund, 24, repaid the faith shown in him by captain Leon Smith to win 6-3.
32, world number one Murray, has been left out for the tie in a row.
When he defeats Jan-Lennard Struff number one Dan Evans will set his team.
If Evans loses to the world number 35, Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski would need to acquire the rubber to send through Britain at the tie – since the pair managed to do in each of the two group-stage matches.
Hosts Spain, headed by 19-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal, or an Argentina side without the injured Juan Martin del Potro, could be Britains competitions in an expected semi-final on Saturday.
More to follow.
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