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The head of USA Boxing came out swinging Tuesday with an open letter to Tyson -- a former Olympic hopeful himself -- that accuses the former heavyweight champion of trying to poach fighters who might be candidates for the U.Kyle Edmund came of age with victory over Serbias Dusan Lajovic to lead defending champions Great Britain into the semifinals of the Davis Cup.The 21-year-old was given the responsibility of being Britains number one player in only his second Davis Cup tie after Andy Murray pulled out.Edmund secured his first win in the competition in impressive fashion against Janko Tipsarevic on Friday and, after Jamie Murray and Dom Inglot put Britain 2-1 up in Belgrade on Saturday, found himself in the position of trying to win the tie.He played superbly until nerves kicked in when he served for the match in the third set but recovered his composure to win 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (7/5).The victory extended Britains winning run in the competition to six ties and set up a semifinal against Argentina in September, probably in Glasgow.Andy Murray may well play in that one, making Britain firm favourites to reach the final once again.It was a rather different Sunday for the world number two, who seven days after winning Wimbledon found himself sitting in conditions more typical of a Scottish summer as he cheered on Edmund.But persistent drizzle did not prevent the match starting on time and Edmund, ranked 14 places above his opponent at 67 in the world, immediately took control.Lajovic is a solid player and a very good mover on clay but the 26-year-old does not have a shot to rival Edmunds forehand -- he hit 27 winners off that wing alone -- and it was soon doing plenty of damage.The result ended up as 3-2 to Britain after Tipsarevic defeated James Ward 6-2, 3-6, 7-5 in the dead rubber.Edmund broke serve for the first time in the sixth game and showed his confidence by serving out the set with twwo aces.dddddddddddd The only real moments of danger for the Yorkshireman came in the middle of the second set.First he was distracted by noise from the crowd when he threatened another break at 2-2, and then he found himself facing a first break point. But he held, broke for 4-3 and then put behind him the disappointment of missing two set points on the Lajovic serve to clinch it confidently on his third chance.Lajovics only hope appeared to be for the occasion to get to Edmund, and that finally happened when he served for the match at 5-4 in the third set.The young Britons first serve deserted him and Lajovic broke for the first time.The Serbian then twice forced set point on Edmunds serve but could not take either.Lajovic led 4-2 in the tie-break but Edmund again used his forehand to fight back and brought up his first match point at 5-6.When Lajovic drove a backhand wide, Edmund dropped to the clay in celebration before being embraced by captain Leon Smith and the rest of the team.Although Serbia were severely weakened by the absence of Novak Djokovic and Viktor Troicki, this was Britains first win at World Group level without Murray since 1986 and, coming away from home on clay, represents another hugely notable achievement for Smiths men.Meanwhile, British number four Dan Evans has turned down the chance to represent Britain at the Olympics. The 26-year-old was the next in line following Tomas Berdychs withdrawal on Saturday but, given the late notice and the lack of ranking points on offer, has opted to stick to his planned schedule. ' ' '