Jonathan Marray considered quitting tennis when a shoulder injury forced him to focus on doubles and dredge the minor tournaments for a wage.
Today he will play in a Wimbledon semi-final, the first British player to feature in the final four of the men's doubles since Mark Cox in 1977.
Marray and Freddie Nielsen beat James Cerretani and Roger Edouard-Vasselin on Wednesday, booking a men's last-four clash with the legendary Bryan brothers, Bob and Mike, in the process. The Americans have been the world's top-ranked pair for 297 weeks.
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