Dan Evans fought back from a set down to overcome Tommy Paul at the National Bank Open in Montreal and reach his second ATP Masters semi-final.
Paul made a blistering start to take the opening set 6-1, but the British number two responded strongly and levelled 6-3 before taking the decider 6-4 to seal his place in the last four.
However, Sunday’s semi-final will not be an all-British affair – with Jack Draper’s impressive run in Montreal ended in straight sets by Pablo Carreno Busta.
« You wonder if it’s going to happen, if you are going to get into the match, and I got in, » said Evans.
« When I got ahead I really took it to Tommy. That’s been sort of my way throughout this week so far, and I went about it in a good way.
« I was fired up and I thought it was a good battle between me and Tommy. »
Draper, who had beaten world number five Stefanos Tsitsipas en route to his first Masters quarter-final, battled hard against Busta but to no avail.
The Spaniard has yet to drop a set in the tournament and he dominated Draper throughout their clash, triumphing in a tie-break before winning the second 6-1.
The other semi-final will be contested between Hubert Hurkacz – who knocked out Nick Kyrgios in the last eight – and Casper Ruud.