Former Illini Anderson advances to US Open final

US Open 2017: Pablo Carreno Busta breezes past Diego Schwartzman to sail into semi-finals

Spaniard Busta happy to play in Nadal's shadow

"Probably the forehand is maybe the fastest on the tour", Nadal said about del Potro. He smiled and waved.

Kelsey met Kevin when they were both at the University of IL. "I've put in a lot of work, so it feels good to reach a milestone I haven't before". In the fourth round, Anderson defeated the spirited Italian Paolo Lorenzi in four sets.

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Anderson took the third set on his third set point, serving a 132-mph ace to take a two-sets-to-one lead. "It's a fantastic feeling", Anderson, seeded 28, said after that win. I think he was very focused here, in practice and also in the matches.

And she closed by writing: "What a joy it will be to watch this- hopefully first of many finals". With neither of them able to find any more breakthroughs on the return, Carreno Busta ultimately served out the first set 6-4 after 33 minutes of play.

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The South African's power eventually wore down the 26-year-old Carreno Busta, who had not dropped a set in the tournament prior to the match. "This was the first time for both of us".

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Kevin Anderson is coming off a four sets win over Pablo Carreno Busta that took 41 games to decide.

The key to this match, however, will be the battle between Anderson's serve and Carreno Busta's return. He took the set when the Spaniard double-faulted at 5-6, 30-all and Anderson then smacked a forehand victor into the corner on set point.

Predictably, he was beaten in straight sets, winning just seven games. He played his typical steady, if unspectacular, brand of tennis, earning two winners against just one unforced error.

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"To be seeded here in US Open, I was seeded number 12".

Neither has ever made the last four of a Grand Slam before, and whoever wins will be one of the most unlikely finalists for many years.

An exhausted Del Potro began netting easy shots and found himself down an early break in the fourth set. Tiley, a former South Africa Davis Cup captain and now the tournament director at the Australian Open, said Anderson deserves every moment of his success.

The matches Friday offer quite a contrast in experience and name recognition.

"The way Anderson is playing, he's going to be a problem for either guy in the final", ESPN's Darren Cahill said on air.

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The other semifinal features a pair of past champions at Flushing Meadows. Nadal is 5-2 in his last grand slam final appearances. Del Potro was the U.S. Open champion in 2009, when he beat Nadal in the semifinals and Roger Federer in the final. Nonetheless, the adrenaline of Carreno Busta seemed to have suddenly shot up as he came up with some of his best serves to claim five consecutive points, letting out a huge roar after holding his serve narrowly.

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