Britain's Andy Murray ended the run of home favourite Nick Kyrgios with a brilliant display to reach the Australian Open semi-finals.
Murray, 27, outsmarted the 19-year-old to win 6-3 7-6 (7-5) 6-3 and set up a clash with Tomas Berdych on Thursday.
Kyrgios threatened a comeback in the second set tie-break but two superb lobs helped the Scot to a crucial lead.
The sixth seed is through to his fifth Australian Open and 15th Grand Slam semi-final.
In the last four he will take on seventh seed Berdych, now working with Murray's former coach Dani Vallverdu who left the Briton's team in November.
While Berdych enjoyed a landmark win over Rafael Nadal in his quarter-final, Murray overcame the great new hope of Australian tennis - and a packed and expectant crowd on Rod Laver Arena.
Murray took his winning record against Australian players to 11-0 with victory over Kyrgios
The dominant force from the outset, particularly on serve, Murray used a variety of spins and angles to keep Kyrgios off balance.
When Kyrgios did suggest a fightback, the Briton was able to find a big serve or a winner to halt the momentum.
Two terrific lunging returns set up a break point in game six and a sliced backhand drew the error when Kyrgios went for too much.
On a cold and breezy evening, the home crowd needed their man to bring a bit of heat to the contest and, after saving an early break point in the second, he worked his way into the match.
A tie-break was required and Kyrgios looked likely to take it when he turned around a 2-0 deficit to lead 4-3 with a break, but Murray played a magical forehand lob to wrestle back the initiative.
The Australian had a half-chance facing a second serve at 5-5 but could not make the return, and Murray produced another winning lob off the backhand to clinch the set.
Kyrgios had recovered from two sets down in the previous round against Andreas Seppi, but Murray was a different prospect altogether.
The Scot made it a hat-trick of unplayable lobs on his way to breaking for 4-2 in the third, only to slip up with the finish line in sight.
It took nearly two hours for Kyrgios to earn a break point but he converted his second when a distracted Murray netted a backhand, and the crowd came to life.
Murray needed to snuff out the danger quickly and he did just that, thanks in part to a poor line call at 30-0 down which he capitalised on with two thumping cross-court forehand winners.
It left the British number one serving for the match, and there were no alarms this time as he sealed it with a smooth forehand winner down the line.