Sithole slips up in French Open semi-final

South African wheelchair tennis quad ace Lucas Sithole is out of the French Open, following a straight-sets defeat by American world number two David Wagner in Friday’s semi-final round. The third seed fought, but struggled throughout against the powerful-hitting American top seed, 6-0 6-4 in Paris. Wagner took charge in the opening set and made…

Kevin and Lloyd in action this week

Kevin Anderson will take to the grass courts at the ATP 250 Aegon International in Eastbourne UK today. Unseeded Kevin will play Thomaz Bellucci from Brazil in the first round of the singles main draw and should he win will face the winner of the Richard Gasquet/Frances Tiafoe match in R16. Another South African Lloyd…

Applications now open for TSA Junior National Selection Panel

As part of TSA’s re-structuring of junior high-performance tennis, they are looking to appoint a new panel of five junior national selectors. For the avoidance of doubt, one of this panel of five selectors will be a Convenor of Selectors. This Convenor will be the new TSA head of high performance, coaching and junior tennis…

Nik Scholtz last man standing in Zim

Davis Cup player Nik Scholtz is the last South African player left in the ITF Zimbabwe F2 Futures being played in Harare. Nik seeded 2 will play L Catarina [7] from Monaco in the quarterfinal. Other SA players: – Spho Montsi [WC] lost in round 2 – Lleyton Cronje [WC] lost in round 1 –…

Gauteng Cup draw

The draws for the Gauteng Cup Qualifying are now available – GAUTENG CUP Ellispark Draw

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…