Until then sports fans.
Great Britain are through to their first semi-final since 2016!!
They will play either Argentina or Rafael Nadal's Spain (sounds a bit like Frank Lampard's Chelsea/Derby).
Those countries are tied 1-1 going into the deciding doubles.
That semi-final will start at 16:30 GMT - we will obviously have live text coverage and there will be coverage on Radio 5 live Sports Extra.
GB captain Leon Smith: "Actually can't believe it. He has had a tough couple of days. Last night we had to change things of how we approached the match.
"He felt down the past couple of days, but boy did he step up. He loves playing Davis Cup. That charge towards me at the end! We'll savour this one.
"We feel great. Coming into this I knew we had a really good squad. Everybody has now posted wins. We just have to go with it. We come back tomorrow and go again."Copyright: Rex Features
Dan Evans: "It's great. Listen, I lost matches lately. I felt I let the team down in the last two days. To get it like that was amazing. The team supported me through everything.
"I served great. I thought I played good the last two days, but couldn't get over the line. Before the match I didn't feel great. Everybody in team got me going."
Dan Evans goes over to hug skipper Leon Smith.
How on earth did he manage to win that?
In all fairness, he was creeping back into the match by the seventh game.
There were signs.
That tie-break though!!!
The German goes wide!!!
HE GOES WIDE!!!
EVANS HAS DONE IT!!!!Copyright: Getty ImagesCopyright: Rex Features
Four match points as Struff finds the net!!!!!!
The cord can't come to Struff's rescue as Evans adds polish to a forehand.
Struff goes for glory with one down the line but he fails in his mission.
The German bites back with an angry serve and net approach.
A big serve and Struff is back in it. Gutsy holds.
A huge serve and it's 3-0!!!
The Briton goes down the line with his backhand again - and it comes off again.
Hint: go down the line with the backhand.
Evans forces Struff into an error on his serve.
Former British Davis Cup player on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra
The balance has changed - Evans was under siege for so long. If you have been getting points on your opponents' serve it is good going into a tie-break.
40-15 with an ace.
Another feathery backhand winner from Evans sees him hold.
That was superb from the Briton.
Struff holds the B button for too long as he tries to find a forehand winner.
The German then does find a winner.
Two big serves and it's 30-0.
Evans then comes to the net and taps a backhand down the line. Delicate.
He then goes horribly wrong with another attempt.
Evans must again now serve to stay in the match.
Struff wants a final-set breaker eh?
The German perhaps should have made the backhand stun volley at the net.
BBC tennis correspondent at Caja Magica
A big, big moment coming up for Dan Evans.