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Norfolk through to Australian final

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Originally published on: 26/02/10 13:03

World number one Norfolk, 49, beat Sweden’s Johan Andersson 6-1 6-2 to clinch a final appearance on Saturday against American David Wagner.

Norfolk became the first person to win a Paralymic medal for Britain in tennis when he took gold in the quads singles in Athens in 2004.

He won gold in the singles event and bronze in the doubles, with Jamie Burdekin, in Beijing in 2008.

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