Edmund's great run at the Australian Open came to a heartbreaking end with a semi-final defeat by Marin Cilic on Thursday.
The 23 year old had never before made it past the fourth round of a Grand Slam but an amazing campaign in Melbourne was brought to a stop in the semis, as Cilic went through with a comfortable 6-2 7-6 (7-4) 6-2 win on Rod Laver Arena.
The world No 49 heading into the Australian Open, was the British hope while Andy Murray's injury absence and had previously seen off Kevin Anderson US Open finalist and current third seed Grigor Dimitrov
Edmund hoping to join Murray and John Lloyd as Britain's only male singles finalists at Melbourne Park in the Open era
However Cilic rained on his parade, the Croatian proved a bridge too far for the Yorkshiremen as he, succeeded where others had failed in stopping Edmund's forehand to reach Sunday's final where he will go up against
Roger Federer or young Korean Hyeon Chung in the final.