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Neal Skupski and britain’s Jamie Murray recovered by a set down against Americans Jack Sock and Jackson Withrow to achieve the semi-finals of their men’s doubles.
Battling back from a break in the third set, Murray and Skupski rallied to win 4-6 6-1 7-6 (7-4) on Louis Armstrong Stadium.
Even the 15th seeds have now won eight of their past 11 games as a set.
Murray is in mixed doubles semi-finals activity later on Wednesday.
Partnering American Bethanie Mattek-Sands, the defending winners face Rajeev Ram and third seeds Samantha Stosur for a place in the final.
Meanwhile, Britain’s Luke Bambridge, together with the Ben McLachlan of Japan, will rival a US Open quarter-final against high seeds Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah, together with the winner of the match meeting Murray and Skupski from the last four.
The US Open is Murray and Skupski’s next Grand Slam outing with exited Wimbledon in the first round in July.
33, scot Murray, has lifted a doubles title every year.
He even won the men’s doubles together with Martina Hingis with the doubles in 2017 and Bruno Soares at 2016 and in 2018 with Mattek-Sands.
At 4-3 up at the first against Sock and Withrow, because the Americans broke at the very next match two broken points that could have enabled them to serve for the group were missed by the Britons and were instantly punished.
The Britons responded breaking serve and conceding just one match in a prominent second-set showing.
The momentum swung in the third since the US pair raced to a 4-1 advantage, however Murray and Skupski levelled before shutting the out together with three unanswered points.
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