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Kyle Edmund meets up with Tim Henman and Gordon Ramsay

  • Kyle Edmund was relaxing around Melbourne Park ahead of his semi-final
  • British No 2 faces Marin Cilic on Thursday for a shot at the Australian Open final
  • Tim Henman had watched Edmund’s four-set last 16 win over Grigor Dimitrov

Kyle Edmund imagined he would be spending his Wednesday preparing for the biggest match of his career the following day.

But he was served up a treat after bumping into celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay at Melbourne Park.

Twenty-four hours on from his stunning quarter-final win over Grigor Dimitrov at the Australian Open the British No 2 looked in relaxed mood he walked around the tournament venue.

Kyle Edmund smiles as he poses for a picture alongside celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay

The pair shake hands during their encounter at Melbourne Park on Wednesday

The pair shake hands during their encounter at Melbourne Park on Wednesday

Ahead of his semi-final meeting against Marin Cilic on Friday the 23-year-old posed for pictures with the TV personality after their encounter.

The chef is currently in Australia to promote his latest cookbook ‘Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Fit Food’. 

Edmund was also greeted by a more familiar face – former British No 1 Tim Henman.

The TV chef is in Australia to promote his latest cookbook 'Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate Fit Food'

The TV chef is in Australia to promote his latest cookbook ‘Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Fit Food’

Edmund was all smiles ahead of the biggest game of his fledgling tennis career on Thursday

Edmund was all smiles ahead of the biggest game of his fledgling tennis career on Thursday

The four-time Wimbledon semi-finalist had been in attendance on the Rod Laver Arena to watch Edmund seal a 6-4, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 win over the No 3 seed Dimitrov.

The result extended Edmund’s sensational run into the latter stages of the Grand Slam tournament.

This fortnight has marked the first time the world No 49 has gone beyond the last 16 of a Major since reaching the fourth round of the US Open in 2016. 

The British No 2 poses for a picture with former Wimbledon favourite Tim Henman

The British No 2 poses for a picture with former Wimbledon favourite Tim Henman



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