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Moodie in semi-finals
- Updated: October 23, 2010
By Mark Etheridge
Wesley Moodie and Dick Norman are through to the semi-finals of the Stockholm Open tennis tournament in Sweden.
The second seeds went past the all-Scandinavian combination of Henri Kontinen and Michael Rydersedt in the quarter-finals.
They accounted for the wildcards 7-6 (6) 6-2. Now they’ll come up against another Scandinavian pairing in the unseeded Johan Brunstrom and Jarkko Nieminen.
Chances are good for the South African/Belgian team to go all the way in this tournament that carries prize money of 600,000 Euros.
That’s because they are the only seeds left in the doubles category and will no doubt fancy their chances.