Gauteng League tournament returns to Soweto

The Gauteng One-Day Wheelchair Tennis tournament will raise the bar this year with a record number of players, when the provincial league event returns to Arthur Ashe Tennis Centre in Jabavu, Soweto this Saturday, 6th April 2019. The event this year will see over 60 players from 6 centres including Adelaide Thambo in Soweto, Kwa-Thema,…

Arthur Ashe to host Johan Cruyff Africa Junior Camp

The tenth International Tennis Federation (ITF) Johan Cruyff Africa Junior Camp returns to Arthur Ashe Tennis Centre in Soweto this weekend from 29 September to 1 October. The camp which will be staged in Javabu for the second consecutive year, will see over 18 junior wheelchair tennis stars rolling in from over three countries in…

Arthur Ashe to host Inter-Provincial Wheelchair Champs

South Africa’s young promising wheelchair tennis players will converge at Arthur Ashe Tennis Centre in Soweto this weekend for the 2018 NetCare Inter-Provincial Championships. The tennis championship will see fifteen teams from all nine provinces, each represented by four players, battle it out over two days in singles and doubles matches with the competition beginning…

Arthur Ashe to host Wheelchair Tennis League

Over 12 players from various regions in Gauteng will assemble at Arthur Ashe Tennis Centre in Soweto on Sunday, March 18 for a one-day Performance League geared towards continuing the culture of competitiveness within the Province. The event is aimed at improving and increasing the level of play and knowledge of the most promising and…

SA junior takes 3rd place at Cruyff Foundation 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. With eight players from seven different nations starting the boys’ singles in two round-robin pools of four players, Skhosana comfortably clinched his first two pool matches, defeating Sergel Lysov from…

Wheelchair Tennis SA bid farewell to National Coach

Wheelchair Tennis South Africa (WTSA) bid farewell to National Coach Kgotso Matshego who part ways with the Federation after 7-years of great service to join Tennis South Africa as Head Coach for Western Cape Growthpoint Development Centre starting this December. Matshego said he leaves the position appeased that the programme has grown in leaps and…

KG, Lucas and Evans win at Arthur Ashe

Wednesday, 05 July 2017, Soweto, South Africa. – Home favourites Kgothatso Montjane, Lucas Sithole and Evans Maripa won their first Joburg Open singles titles at Arthur Ashe Tennis Centre in Soweto on Wednesday. South African world number 8 Montjane edged out second seed Nalani Buob from Switzerland in the women’s final, while two-time Grand Slam…

Montjane battles her way into SA Open semi-final

A colossal second-set fightback from Kgothatso ‘KG’ Montjane saw South Africa’s top-ranked women’s wheelchair tennis player booking her spot in the semi-final of the SA Open at Ellis Park Tennis Stadium in Johannesburg on Tuesday. After a tough battle to secure the first set 7-5 against world No 6 Sabine Ellerbrock, Montjane clawed her way…

Wheelchair Tennis National Camp

Wheelchair Tennis National Camp, a three day event which began on Friday, 5 February and ended on Sunday, 7 February saw over 45 players taking part in the camp

Squad Update

Enjoy the holidays those of you breaking up on Friday 17th April. Due to the wheelchair International finals at Ellis Park on 18 April squad will restart on Saturday 25th April from 08h00 to 10h00. Come along and watch some great tennis from our world class wheelchair players this weekend. I look forward to seeing…

Johan Cruyff Junior Camp

The ITF Johan Cruyff Africa Junior Camp held in conjunction with South African Wheelchair Tennis started today at Ellis Park Tennis Stadium and will finish on 21 September 2013.

Ellis Park to host Wheelchair Tournament

Johannesburg, South Africa – The grand old lady of South African tennis, Ellis Park Tennis Stadium in the City of Joburg is gearing herself up for a bumper week of tennis. Wheelchair Tennis South Africa are just three days away from hosting the Airports Company South Africa, SA Open, the country’s premier wheelchair tennis event…