- Buhai ends with a birdie to grab Glendower lead
- Amajita win warm-up match before U20 AFCON
- Levey ends 10-month drought to win at Randpark
- Porteous back to defend at Joburg Open after tough year
- Two more medals as SA finish with five in Egypt
- Mayo grabs his chance at SA Amateur Championship
- Nyambi soaking up the ins and outs of the golfing world
- Frechou out to end Harmse’s hammer reign
- Rain wins at Glendower and forces early Sunshine start
- Mokoena and Roto shine at home and abroad
Moodie motors into semis
- Updated: June 2, 2009
South Africa’s 2012 Olympic tennis hope Wesley Moodie has swept into the French Open doubles semi-finals at Roland Garros, Paris.
Moodie, partnered with giant Belgian Dick Norman didn’t hit a racquet in anger, scoring a walkover win over the South American combination of Jose Acasuso (Argentina) and Fernando Gonzalez (Chile).
Moodie is already a Grand Slam champion, having won the doubles title in Wimbledon back in 2005, with Stephen Huss .
In another quarter-final Zimbabwean Kevin Ullyet was on the losing side of the net as he and partner Bruno Soares of Brazil (seeded fifth) went down 6-2 7-6 (5) to third seeds Lukas Dlouhy (Czech Republic) and veteran Leander Paes of India.
In mixed doubles action former South African Liezel Huber partnered fellow American Bob Bryan to victory against fifth seeds Ai Sugiyama (Japan) and Andre Sa (Brazil) — the top seeds winning 1-6 6-1 12-10.