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Double up for Moore and Käsbauer
Date: 1/13/2018 7:09 PM
Published by : Rasmus Bech(BEC)

Jenny Moore and Peter Käsbauer will be busy on the final day of Yonex Estonian International after winning both of their semi-finals.

Peter Käsbauer/Olga Konon took the title in Turkey International right before Christmas, and they are ready for their second final in a row after a win against Gicquel/Delrue from France. The Germans won in straight games 21-16 25-23.

LIVESTREAM: Finals from Yonex Estonian International 2018


In the final, they will face British Jenny Moore/Gregory Mairs, who also clinched a spot in their second straight final. Moore and Mairs, who lately have won FZ Forza Irish Open, came out of the match against Russian Alimov/Davletova with a 21-17 8-21 21-17 win.


See also: All results from Yonex Estonian International

- I will be a very tough game. Is a quite new partnership, but they are both experienced players. We will have to watch a little video, because personally I don’t know them as players, Jenny Moore says.


Two finals for Käsbauer
In the men’s doubles semi-final German Peter Käsbauer and Johannes Pistorius won 21-9 21-14 against Eloi Adam and Samy Corvee from France, and Käsbauer now have the chance to repeat his victory from 2011, where he claimed the men’s doubles title in Tallinn.

See also: Pictures from Yonex Estonian International

The men’s doubles final will be a fight for the title between Germany and Russia, as Andrey Parakhodin and Nikolai Ukk won their semi-final against English Max Flynn and Gregory Mairs 21-16 18-21 21-19.


First firnal for Moore and Hopton
Like Peter Käsbauer Jenny Moore will also take part in two finals on Sunday.

Jenny Moore and her partner Jessica Hopton beat Scottish MacPherson/Eleanor O’Donnell in their semi-final 21-15 21-9. The British will face Russian Ekaterina Bolotova and Alina Davletova who are seeded one in the tournament. The Russian bet Olga Konon and Linda Efler from Germany in the semi-final.

- It is our first tournament together, and it is great to be in the final. We already had a win against three good pairs, so I hope we can continue tomorrow, Moore said.


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