The Emma Raducanu roll continued in spectacular fashion as she stormed past Olympic champion Belinda Bencic and into the US Open semi-finals.
The 18-year-old from Kent becomes the first qualifier in history to make the last four at this event after beating the Swiss 6-3, 6-4 in 82 minutes.
Notably managing better when playing into the sun than her opponent, it was another astonishingly mature performance, playing against the highest-ranked opponent she has ever faced.
Tackling the world No 11, she produced another sequence of games to turn a match around, recovering from 3-1 down in the first set.
‘Playing Belinda, she is such a great opponent and her ball speed definitely caught me off guard, I had to adjust and adapt,’ she said. ‘I’m so glad to have come through.
‘I was 0-30 in my last couple of service games. I was just trying to focus on what I could control; I knew she would fight until the end.’
She was left awaiting the winner of Wimbledon finalist Karolina Pliskova, the fourth seed, and No 17 seed Maria Sakkari, on Thursday night.
The win takes her to the brink of the world’s top 50 and will make her officially the British No 1, having started Wimbledon ranked 338.