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Tennis | SA Tennis

Kholo reigns supreme on african tennis safari
The 15-year-old Capetonian has won three back-to-back international junior tennis titles on the Southern African swing of the ITF world ranking junior tour. Read full article
Celebrations for SA Fed Cup team
The South African Fed Cup team gained promotion to Europe/Africa Group 2 in 2019 when they ousted Malta 2-1 in Montenegro on Thursday. Read full article
SA Fed Cup team clears big hurdle
The SA girls had to face top seeds, Finland in their final round-robin pool tie of the Europe/Africa Group III tournament in Ulcinj. Read full article
SA face competitive Fed Cup challenge
The International Tennis Federation has announced the official draw for the Fed Cup by BNP Paribas Europe/Africa Zone Group III event taking place from 16-19 April. Read full article
Successful African tennis safari for jnr teams
It was a successful African tennis safari for the South African junior teams at the ITF/CAT African Junior Championships. Read full article
Henning awarded ITF grant
South Africa’s Philip Henning among recipients of International Tennis Federation’s (ITF) first-ever International Junior Player Grants. Read full article
Anderson thrilled to be No8
Kevin Anderson said he was “thrilled” to be 8th on the ATP world rankings this week. Read full article
Giant leap for Anderson into Top 10
South Africa's Kevin Anderson made his No 1 tournament seeding count when he won the ATP New York Open. Read full article
‘Wheelchair tennis changed my life’
Sixteen-year-old South African wheelchair tennis junior Mpho Mhlongo from Mohlakeng in Randfontein says wheelchair tennis changed his life Read full article
Heartbreak for SA in Davis Cup loss
It was a sombre atmosphere at the Irene Country Club in Pretoria late on Saturday afternoon as the KIA South Africa Davis Cup side lost to Israel in the Davis Cup Euro/Africa Group 1. Read full article
SA make solid start against Israel
Marcos Ondruska, the KIA South African Davis Cup captain, asked his team to make an early and solid start ahead of their tie against Israel being played at the Irene Country Club. Read full article
Harris to play first match v Israel
South Africa’s Lloyd Harris’s name was drawn first out the hat at the official draw of the Davis Cup by PNB Paribas, Euro/Africa Group 1 tie between South Africa and Israel held in Pretoria. Read full article
'SA-Israel tie evenly poised'
Both South African and Israeli Davis Cup captains say this weekend’s crucial Euro/Africa Zone Group 1 tie at the Irene Country Club is evenly poised. Read full article
Skhosana takes third at Junior Masters
South African top wheelchair tennis junior Alwande Skhosana claimed the third-place spot at the Cruyff Foundation Junior Masters which ended on Sunday in Tarbes, France. Read full article
SA tennis coaches shining at the Aussie Open
Two South African coaches, namely Neville Godwin and Jeff Coetzee are doing the country proud with the charges “down under” at the Australian Open. Read full article
Israel name David Cup team to face SA
Israel have announced a mix of experience and youth for their upcoming tie against the Kia South African Davis Cup team. Read full article
Henning’s fine run ends Down Under
South Africa’s junior tennis player, Philip Henning’s fine run at the Junior Australian Open ended on Wednesday. Read full article
Montjane denied in Open quarters
Aniek van Koot resisted another stirring challenge from Kgothatso Montjane to deny the 31-year-old an Australian Open semifinal spot for the third time at Melbourne Park in Australia on Wednesday. Read full article
Henning into third round of junior Aus Open
Despite the early exits of Kevin Anderson and Raven Klaasen at the Australian Open last week, the South African flag is still flying high at the first Grand Slam of the year in Melbourne. Read full article
Montjane up for Aussie Open Challenge
Kgothatso Montjane said she is primed to face the challenge in the much-anticipated Australian Open tournament starting this Wednesday. Read full article
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