The top-class Jennifer Brady celebrated a comeback on Thursday with three sets against her American colleague Jessica Pegula to book an Australian Open semi-final with Karolina Muchova

The 22 Seed friendship was put aside and ended strong with a 4-6, 6-2, 6-1 win at the Rod Laver Arena Now she meets the Czech 25 Saat Muchova, who previously stunned Ashleigh Barty, number 1 in the world

Brady is the last woman among those who were forced into a tough 14-day quarantine after arriving in Australia

“We’re such good friends, I know we’ll have many tough battles to come,” she said of Pegula, whose billionaire father owns the NFL franchise Buffalo Bills

“I felt the pressure from her. She’s such an aggressive player,” added Brady, who hit 22 winners and seven aces. “I wanted to push her back and be more on the offensive I think I have a really good third set played “

Brady, who was broken only twice in the tournament before the game, was under pressure from Pegula, who won 14 points in a row to dominate the early exchange in wet conditions

Brady, 25, slammed four aces in a row in the seventh game, but her serve went flawed when Pegula sealed the first set

Brady took a 3-0 lead in the second round when she forced a decider but gave up her advantage and threw her racket in frustration after losing a point

The outbreak, much like Novak Djokovic on Tuesday, seemed to refocus Brady, who then ran away to get him to a crucial sentence

The seesaw continued with pauses in the third set before Brady took control of Pegula’s serve to reach the last four of a Grand Slam for the second time

Before last year’s US Open, where she lost an epic semi-final to eventual champion Naomi Osaka, Brady was eliminated from the first round four times in her previous five majors

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