Grigor Dimitrov is through to the semi-final of the Brisbane International in Australia after a 6-3, 6-7, 6-4 victory over Kyle Edmund. Dimitrov wasted no time in lending a helping hand, sprinting to the other side of the net to assist his opponent to the changeover seat.
Don't try that at home, kids.
Dimitrov was on court for nearly two-and-a-half hours before finally subduing the British number two, who was right in the contest until he hurt his ankle with the score at 4-4 in the third set. "It's very unfortunate what happened", Dimitrov said of Edmund's injury.
"As bad as it is to say, it's kind of like a tap - I can turn it on when I want to", Kyrgios said after the win.
Edmund will now have the injury assessed before 2018's opening Grand Slam, which starts on January 15.
Dimitrov jumped over the net to check on the welfare of his opponentEUROSPORT
He has already snuffed out one Australian hope in Brisbane, having survived two match points against John Millman in an epic second-round clash.
Edmund finished the match with heavy strapping on his right ankle but couldn't compete at the same level, losing the next two games to exit the tournament.
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