Kyrgios and De Minaur won an impossibly long deciding tiebreaker over Great Britain. (Getty Images)

There's nothing like a team event to bring out the most energy, and best celebrations. Australia has the lead for most epic post-match antics after a dramatic quarterfinal win over Great Britain on Thursday.

Nick Kyrgios kicked off the day by shutting out Cameron Norrie, 6-2, 6-2. But then things got complicated for Australia when Dan Evans upset Alex de Minaur in a three-hour saga, 7-6 (4), 4-6, 7-6 (3).  

De Minaur had little time to rest as he was back on court for doubles with Kyrgios. The duo upset doubles experts Jamie Murray and Joe Salisbury, 3-6, 6-3, 18-16, saving four match points and bringing out a number of chest bumps, as well as a post-match lift. 

The bromance between Kyrgios and De Minaur has gotten some attention .

And rightly so...

Celebrations were in order with every member of the team.


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The team was buzzing afterwards with Tennis Channel's Prakash Amritraj.

Australia was the first team to secure a semifinal spot in Sydney, with Russia dispatching Argentina by winning both singles matches to join them. Australia will face the winner of Spain and Belgium, while Russia awaits the winner between Serbia and Canada.