Britain’s Cameron Norrie put in an excellent show to beat high seed Andrey Rublev of Russia and attain the San Diego Open remaining.
Norrie recovered from shedding the opening set to win 3-6 6-3 6-4.
Rublev was the stronger participant within the opening set however as soon as Norrie improved his serving within the second, he seemed harmful.
He used his forehand to good impact, dragging the world quantity 4 across the courtroom to seal victory.
“This can be a match I’ll bear in mind for a very long time – it’s such an enormous win for me,” mentioned Norrie.
“Andrey got here out firing and performed some huge tennis at the beginning, however I managed to climate the storm.”
Norrie, the world quantity 28, will face both Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov or second seed Casper Ruud of Norway in Sunday’s remaining.
“I will take pleasure in right this moment, however I am wanting ahead to tomorrow,” he added.
Norrie began the match properly however Rublev broke to go 3-1 up and maintained his benefit after that, taking the set on his third set level.
However Norrie roared again within the second set, taking a 4-1 lead which he by no means misplaced.
Norrie was the primary to interrupt within the decider and though Rublev threw every part at his opponent, the Briton held agency, clinching the win with a forehand winner for his second profession win over a top-five participant.