HELENSBURGH'S Gordon Reid faces the toughest possible test in the semi-finals of the French Open on Friday – but he's going into the last-four tie in the best possible frame of mind after a superb fightback in the quarter-finals.

The Burgh wheelchair tennis star came from a set down in his last eight tie to beat Belgium's Joachim Gerard 3-6, 6-4, 6-3 at Roland Garros on Thursday.

Reid produced some of his best tennis in recent years in helping Great Britain lift the World Team Cup in Israel as he, Alfie Hewett and Dermot Bailey saw off Japan in the semi-finals and dominated in the final against France.

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Reid will face top seed Shingo Kunieda in Friday's semi-finals, while his British counterpart Alfie Hewett takes on Argentina's Gustavo Fernandez.

Reid admitted to the BBC this week that his form over the last 12 months hasn't been the best of his career, but said he hoped that it "just takes one event" to turn around his fortunes.

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