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Moodie misses out
- Updated: October 24, 2010
Doubles ace Wesley Moodie and partner Dick Norman missed out on a golden opportunity to win the Stockholm Open tournament but went down in the semi-finals on Sunday.
The second seeds, the only seeds left in the Swedish tournament went down to Johan Brunstrom of Sweden and Jarko Nieminen of Finland.
The South African/Belgian combination lost 6-2 6-3 in a tournament that offers US$29,200 to the winners of the doubles category.