Sport Evans stuns Thiem in Sydney

12:50  12 january  2017
12:50  12 january  2017 Source:   Sky Sports

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Dan Evans battled back from a set down to beat world No 8 Dominic Thiem at the Sydney International.

The British No 3, currently ranked 67th in the world, saw Thiem produce a masterclass in the opening set before rallying to produce a superb comeback victory that gives him a first victory over a current member of the world's top 10 and a first semi-final since February 2014.

Evans raced into a 3-0 lead in the second set with a double break but Thiem battled back to level before Evans gathered himself to level the match and then run away with the decider against the flagging Austrian.

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Next up for Evans will be Russia's Andrey Kuznetsov who also needed three sets before toppling fourth seed Pablo Carreno Busta.

The pair have met once before at Wimbledon in 2014 when Kuznetsoz won in four sets and Evans, who took Stan Wawrinka to five sets at the US Open in September and was beaten by Roger Federer at Wimbledon last year, faces a challenge to back up his performance.

"I played him at Wimbledon before and he beat me so it will be another tough match and he had a good win today so we will see what happens tomorrow," Evans said.

"The first was pretty much what I thought was going to happen.

"But I knew I had to hang in there and do a lot of running to try and put my game onto him and come forward and in the end I did that."

The other semi-final will see the highest remaining seed Viktor Troicki take on Gilles Muller. Third seed Troicki was handed a walkover when Philipp Kohlschreiber was forced to pull out of their quarter-final, while Muller saw off second seed Pablo Cuevas in straight sets.

In Auckland the semi-final line-up is also complete with former Australian Open runner-up Marcos Baghdatis through to face Joao Sousa and Jack Sock through to meet Steve Johnson.

Baghdatis, a runner-up in Melbourne in 2006, beat Jiri Vesely 6-2 6-4 while Sousa saw off Robin Haase in straight sets.

Sock battled back from a set down to beat France's Jeremy Chardy and Johnson beat second seed John Isner in a three-set battle of the big serving Americans.

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