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Tennis | Doubles Round Up | Emilie Lindh made the semi-final of ITF Sharm El Sheikh
Emilie Lindh made the semi-final in Sharm El Sheikh doubles
Brit just edged out of making the final
SHARM EL SHEIKH, EGYPT – Emilie Lindh reached the semi-finals of the ITF doubles. Teaming with Barbara Bonić the pair were just edged out of a spot in the final.
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Emilie Lindh teamed up with Serbian Barbara Bonić and entered the doubles event and the pair were unseeded. The Brit/Serbian pair drew Elina Nepliy & Anastasia Zolotreva. The Russians were no match for the Brit/Serb who dominated the first set. Although the second set was closer, Lindh & Bonić were able to get the vital break of serve and took the match 6-2, 6-4.
In the quarter-final the Brit/Serb were up against Emma Davis & Nicole Fossa Huergo. The American/Italian got the jump on the Brit/Serb pairing and dominated the first set. However, Lindh & Bonić re-grouped and secured a break of serve to level up the match. The resulting match tiebreak was very close, but it was the Brit/Serb that edged it and a place in the semi-final 2-6, 6-3, 10-7.
The semi-final saw the Brit/Serbian facing Yekaterina Dmitrichenko & Kamila Kerimbayeva. The Kazakhs got off to the best start as they broke serve and took the set. However Lindh & Bonić fought back in the second set and levelled up the match. Once again a match tiebreak would be required to settle the place in the semi-final. The Kazakhs unfortunately edged this and booked the spot in the final 6-3, 5-7, 10-8.
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