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Ireland's James McGee denied place in FBD Irish Open final

Updated: Friday, 27 Jul 2012 19:00 | Comments

Josh Goodall (above) proved too good for Ireland's James McGee
Josh Goodall (above) proved too good for Ireland's James McGee

Ireland's James McGee failed in his bid to reach the FBD Men's Irish Open final today as he fell to a straight sets defeat to Britain's Josh Goodall.

Castleknock man McGee, who was the defending champion at Fitzwilliam Tennis Club in Dublin, went down 6-4 6-4.

Goodall will face Michael Look in the decider after the Australian overcame Frenchman Albano Olivetti 6-3 6-4.

The singles finals will take place at 2.30pm tomorrow at Fitzwilliam, with entry free of charge and no tickets required.

While McGee's singles hopes have been dashed, he still has a doubles final to look forward to tonight.

McGee will be teaming up with Spaniard Jaime Pulgar-Garcia, and they will face French pairing Albano Olivetti and Elie Rousset.

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