US Open 2019: Jamie Murray & Neal Skupski through to men’s doubles semi-finals

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Britain’s Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski recovered from a set down against Americans Jack Sock and Jackson Withrow to attain the semi-finals of the men’s doubles.
Battling back from a break down in the third set, Murray and Skupski rallied to win 4-6 6-1 7-6 (7-4) on Louis Armstrong Stadium.
The 15th seeds have won eight of their past 11 matches as a pair.
Murray is in mixed doubles semi-finals activity later on Wednesday.
Partnering American Bethanie Mattek-Sands, the champions confront Rajeev Ram and third seeds Samantha Stosur for a place at the final.
Britain’s Luke Bambridge, combined with Japan’s Ben McLachlan, will competition a first US Open quarter-final against Robert Farah along with high seeds Juan Sebastian Cabal, together with the winner of that game meeting Murray and Skupski in the last four.
The US Open is currently Skupski’s and Murray second Grand Slam outing with exited Wimbledon in the first round.
Scot Murray, 33, has raised a title each year in Flushing Meadows since 2016.
He even won the men’s doubles together with Martina Hingis with the mixed doubles in 2017 and Bruno Soares at 2016 and at 2018.
At 4-3 upwards at the initial against Sock and Withrow, the Britons missed and were immediately punished because the Americans broke in the very next match.
The Britons responded though, breaking serve twice and conceding just 1 match in a dominant showing.
The momentum dissipates more in the next since the US pair raced into a 4-1 advantage, however Murray and Skupski levelled at 5-5 before closing the decisive tie-break out using three unanswered points.
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