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Britain’s Cameron Norrie reached the Wimbledon semi-finals by battling out David Goffin in a thrilling five-set match that left fans celebrating with glee.
Ninth-seeded Nouri, 26, battled hard for a 3-6 7-5 2-6 6-3 7-5 win against unseeded Belgian Goffin.
When his name was chanted around the First Court, he was overwhelmed with emotion.
Nuri will now contest his first Grand Slam semi-final, meeting defending champion Novak Djokovic on Friday.
Asked about his reaction to Goffin’s beating, Nouri said, “Honestly? Silent. I can’t even speak.”
British number one man, known for his calm demeanor, showed an unusual flash of emotion during his court interview.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were among the 10,000 or so fans who watched the world number 12 become the best moment of his career.
Nouri added: “I think just to win a match like this, I am in shock. I don’t know what to say now.
“I have flashbacks of all the hard work and all the sacrifices I had to make and it definitely paid off – and it feels so good.”
Norrie is the first British man to reach a Wimbledon singles semi-final since Andy Murray in 2016 and the first British player since Joanna Konta in 2017.
Next, he faces top seed Djokovic, who is seeking his fourth consecutive title at the All England Club.
The 35-year-old Serbian was given a major panic by Italian Yannick Sener before returning to win in five sets earlier on Tuesday.
“It’s great that you’re getting this now, but it’s only going to get harder,” Nouri added.
“I’ll take it to Novak and I hope you guys can stand behind me and I’m sure you will.”
More to track.