Andy Murray produced another battling display to book his place in the semi-finals of the ATP Sap Open in San Jose.
Yet another match played in true 'Andy Murray' style. Not an easy win, but a win deserved by the 18 year old. Despite losing the first set, Murray called on all his talents to see off Robin Soderling.
The 18-year-old from Dunblane lost the first set to Robin Soderling and was a break down in the second as he looked to be heading for a quick exit.
However, he broke back and then outbattled the Swede to level at one set apiece.
Murray then broke the Swede's serve early in the decider but Soderling hit back to level at 4-4.
However, the Briton broke again in the next game and then served out for a courageous 4-6 7-5 6-4 victory.
Murray will now face either American top seed Andy Roddick or Bjorn Phau of Germany in the last four.
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