Brady Ellison is set to compete in the men's recurve semi-finals ©Getty Images

The United States Brady Ellison and The Netherlands' Mike Schloesser are the top names through to the semi-finals of the men's recurve and compound competitions at the Archery World Cup leg in Lausanne in Switzerland.

In the men's recurve, Ellison booked his place in the final four with a 6-4 set victory over Mexico's Luis Alvarez.

He now plays Yun Sanchez of Spain, following his 6-4 win over Moldova's Dan Olaru.

Maximillian Weckmüller of Germany came from behind to defeat Erdem Tsydypov of Russia in an extra set, winning 6-5, and now plays US Virgin Islands' Nicholas D'Amour who was taken to the brink by Italy's Mauro Nespoli, before prevailing 6-5.

In the men's compound, world number two Schloesser won 148-147 against Turkey's Evren Cagiran, and he will now play Mathias Fullerton of Denmark, who defeated France's Jean Philippe Boulch 147-146.

Italy's Federico Pagnoni won by three points against Denmark's Martin Damsbo 149-146, and he now faces France's Adrien Gontier who won 147-142 against Italy's Marco Bruno.

Tomorrow the final four in the women's compound and recurve will be determined as well as the finalists in the compound and recurve mixed teams.