British tennis stars Laura Robson and Andy Murray will play for an Olympic gold after booking their place in tomorrow's mixed doubles finals.
A 6-1, 7-6, 10-7 win in their semi-final against German pair Sabine Lisicki and Christopher Kas on Wimbledon's Court One secured at least a silver for Team GB.
The British pair claimed the first set in barely 20 minutes, but saw an advantage in the second set slip away as the Germans won a tie-break.
That set up a third set shootout, in which both sides battle to win 10 points.
Robson and Murray held their nerve, winning the decider 10-7, to make the final.
Murray will play for double gold tomorrow as he challenge's Swiss master Roger Federer in the men's singles final, a repeat of the recent Wimbledon final.
Andy Murray and Laura Robson thrilled the Centre Court crowd at Wimbledon by reaching the Olympic mixed doubles semi-finals.
The British pair managed an unexpected victory over Australian opponents, holding their nerve to beat Lleyton Hewitt and Samantha Stosur 6-3 3-6 10-8.
The win secures a place in a semi-final against Germany's Sabine Lisicki and Christopher Kas, scheduled to take place later this afternoon.
Andy Murray raced into the third round of the men's singles at the Olympic tennis tournament with a dominant 6-2 6-4 victory over Finland's Jarkko Nieminen at Centre Court.
The third seed, who will also play mixed doubles with Laura Robson here, looked in fine fettle and next faces Cypriot Marcos Baghdatis, who he recently beat in the third round of Wimbledon.
Andy Murray will not be thinking about revenge for his Wimbledon final defeat when he takes to the courts of the All England Club again this weekend for the start of his Olympic campaign.
The world number four left Centre Court in tears two and a half weeks ago after a four-set loss to Roger Federer in his first Wimbledon final.
The 25-year-old said: "It's not about revenge. I'm not going to be playing Roger Federer possibly unless we both get to the final so that's a long way away.
"I think I needed a tournament like this to get ready for in order to get over the disappointment of losing in the Wimbledon final. This has come at the right time.
"I got back on the practise court after only a few days off, normally I would have taken a lot longer. But we'll have to wait and see. Playing at Wimbledon has always brought the best out of me and I don't see why that won't be the case again."