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Ahead of today's men's curling Olympic final against Canada, Team GB skip David Murdoch has tweeted his team "will give it everything we have".
He was responding to a well-wishing tweet from tennis star Andy Murray.
Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has tweeted a good luck message to Team GB's men's curling team.
The tennis ace sent the message to his fellow Scot following their 6-5 victory over Sweden in the semi-finals.
Team GB's men's curling skip David Murdoch has tweeted his excitement at beating Sweden in the semi-finals.
The team will now face Canada in the final at the Ice Cube Centre in Sochi on Friday.
The men's curling skip David Murdoch will finally pick up an Olympic medal after missing out on one at the last two Winter Games.
The curler made his Olympic debut at the 2006 Turin games where Team GB missed out on a medal, finishing fourth behind the USA.
He then went on to represent his country as skip at the 2010 Vancouver games where they placed fifth after losing their play-off match to Sweden.
On Friday, David will lead his team out at the Ice Cube Centre in Sochi where they will be hoping to beat their opponents Canada in the final.
Before going out to Sochi, David told the Express that he would love to take a medal back to his home town of Lockerbie, 25 years after the air disaster.
Britain's men's curling victory means that Team GB are now guaranteed to have their biggest Winter Olympics haul since 1936.
Skip David Murdoch led his team to a 6-5 victory over world champions Sweden, meaning they will come away with at least a silver medal in the final on Friday.
The women's team lost out on the chance of a gold or silver after being beaten by Canada, but they do still have a chance of picking up a bronze on Thursday.
Lizzy Yarnold took gold in the skeleton last week and Jenny Jones won a bronze medal in the slopestyle.
Team GB's skeleton competitor Shelley Rudman and Ice Dancers Nicholas Buckland and Penny Coomes have tweeted their reaction to the men's curling team qualifying for the final.
The men's British curling team will play for the gold medal at the Winter Olympics after beating world champions Sweden 6-5 in the semi-final.
Skip David Murdoch's team were tied at the half-way point and it looked to be going Sweden's way early on in the sixth.
A mistake from Sweden meant a steal for Team GB, to take the game to 3-2 in Britain's favour.
Britain took a lead of 4-3 going into the ninth, but Swedish skip Niklas Edin finished the end 5-4.
The final end brought a few errors from Team GB, but skip David Murdoch kept his cool and finished the game with a 6-5 victory.
Team GB will face Canada in the final, which will be played on Friday.
As Team GB's male curlers are playing their semi-final match, the women have been speaking about theirs.
The women lost 6-4 in their match against Canada earlier today, 19 February.
They will now play Switzerland for a bronze medal on Thursday.
Speaking after the match, Eve Muirhead said, despite the loss, they have no regrets about the way they played.
Great Britain's men's curling team are currently tied with Sweden at the half-way point of their semi-final match.
The teams are level at 2-2 after five ends of play at the Ice Cube Centre in Sochi.
Skip David Murdoch will now use the break to come up with his strategy for the next half. The winner will take on either China or Canada on Friday.
The women's team lost to Canada 6-4 earlier today, meaning Eve Muirhead's side will play for Bronze tomorrow.
There's been a huge disappointment for our women's curlers this lunch time at the Winter Olympics.
They lost 6 - 4 to Canada so they can only now get a Bronze.
Our reporter Matthew Taylor's been watching the action with friends and family of three of our local curlers in Dumfries