SA under 14’s playing in Tunisia

We wish the South African under 14 team everything of the best for the African Junior Tournament and CAT in Tunisia. The team comprises Gaby Broadfoot, Christine Kruger and Naledi Manube with Helen Barrett as Coach/Manager. Bring the trophy home!

Fired-up Sithole takes on French Open

Top South African wheelchair tennis quad ace Lucas Sithole enters the French Open Super Series tournament in promising form after picking up some much-needed confidence on Sunday, winning the singles and doubles titles at the Toyota Open International de L’ile de Re in France. The world No4, who is brimming with confidence following his first…

Good week for SA Players

It was a positive weekend of tennis for three of our Davis Cup players, Ruan Roelofse, Raven Klaasen and Nik Scholtz, as they all reached the finals of their respective tournaments in Europe and Africa, respectively. Ruan, and his partner, Christopher Rungkat, won the final of the men’s doubles on Saturday at the Lisboa Belém Open…

Feedback from the recent schools indaba

A schools indaba was recently held in Gauteng to review the current state of schools tennis in South Africa. The indaba was attended by schools tennis representatives from across the country, TSA head office personnel, local government, as well as the President and CEO of TSA. The following matters were raised at the indaba and will receive…

International Tennis Club 3 way friendly tour to London

The International Tennic Club (IC) of Great Britain has invited IC South Africa and IC Canada to a three way friendly tour. Participants will play at Edgbaston, St George’s and Hurlingham clubs, all on grass. The players have also been invited to the IC Ball and to Wimbledon on day 1 as guest members and…

ITF Zimbabwe F1 Futures

Congratulations to South African players Altus Karsten, Michael Copeland and Lleyton Cronje on qualifying at the ITF Zimbabwe F1 Futures. They will be joining main draw entrants Nik Scholtz [1], Joshua Howard-Tripp, Warren Kuhn [Wildcard] and Timothy Dollman. Best of luck to all the players especially our Gauteng Central ones.

Team SA named for Bahamas 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games

The South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) have named the team to compete at the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games in Nassau, Bahamas from 19-23 July. The team will have representation in six of the nine sporting codes being showcased on the Caribbean island. The six codes are: Athletics, Beach Volleyball, Boxing, Judo, Swimming…

Kevin climbs 19 places on ATP ranking

Kevin Anderson has climbed 19 places to 37th on the ATP rankings after his recent success at Roland Garros. Unfortunately Kevin had to withdraw due to a left hamstring injury during his 4th round French Open match against Marin Cilic of Croatia.