Chisnall looks ahead to Van den Bergh clash: "I'll be ready for it"
Chisnall came from two sets down winning the next four to set up a tie with Dimitri van den Bergh which he admits he is ready for.
"I wasn't worried after the first two sets. I can be a slow starter at times," admitted Chisnall. "I lost the first six legs but it was only two sets. I knew I could come back and I did.
"I know I have got the game but if I give Dimitri a head start, he'll punish me. He's playing well and having big averages but I'll be ready for it."