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Revenge for Moodie in US
- Updated: August 19, 2010
Our top-ranked doubles player Wes Moodie has moved into the quarter-finals of the Cincinnati Masters tennis tournament in Ohio, US.
He and Belgian partner Dick Norman downed the seventh seeded German/Austrian pairing of Jurgen Melzer and Philipp Petzshner in the second round.
They won easily enough 6-3 6-2 to atone for their Wimbledon semi-final loss to the same combination last month.
Moodie and Norman now come up against the winners of the match between the winners of the match between Mardy Fish and Mark Knowles (US/Bah) and third seeds Lukas Dlouhy (Cze) and Indian veteran Leander Paes.