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ATP Moscow: Karlovic Through To Semi-Final

Big serving Croatian giant Ivo Karlovic has comfortably made it through to the semi finals of the ATP tournament in Moscow after beating Frenchman Edouard Roger-Vasselinom 7:6 (4), 6:3 on Friday. 

It took Karlovic 83 minutes to dispatch the gallant Frenchman, with the big Croat sending down 23 aces in his victory.

Karlovic now plays the winner of the Thomaz Bellucci and Jerzy Janowicz  quater-final for a place in the final.

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