Bundes League returns to Ellis Park

Johannesburg, South Africa – South Africa’s premier men’s and women’s club tennis league, the Dunlop Bundes League will return to Ellis Park in Johannesburg this weekend. The premier league hosted by the Gauteng Central Tennis Association was last played at Ellis Park the “grand old lady of tennis” two years ago. In its 22 years…

Tucker Vorster joins Tennis South Africa

There is a new face in the Tennis South Africa head office in Centurion…..Tucker Vorster. The KIA SA Davis Cup Team member is spending the next few months at the Federation, learning about the administrative side of the sport. Tucker revealed more about his involvement at TSA: “I have not retired, I am just taking…

SA players world rankings as at 7 August 2017

World rankings of our South African players as at 7 August 2017. Kevin Anderson climbed to 32 after reaching the final at the Citi Open in Washington. ATP Singles: 32 Kevin Anderson 252 Lloyd Harris 404 Nik Scholtz 1169 Ruan Roelofse 1214 Tucker Vorster 1374 Joshua Howard-Tripp 1397 Damon Gooch 1504 Bertus Kruger 1504 Sipho…

All South African win at the junior ITF GN tournament

Congratulations to the winners of the grade 4 ITF junior Gauteng North tournament played at Groenkloof Tennis Stadium. It was an all South African win: Boys singles: Philip Henning Boys doubles: Philip Henning/Christiaan Worst Girls singles: Delien Kleinhans Girls doubles: Jessica Assenmacher/Maja Gledic This makes it two in a row for Philip Henning who also…

Kevin Anderson in ATP final again after 2 years

It has been an arduous comeback at times for South African tennis ace Kevin Anderson, who has dealt with a myriad of injuries during the past two years since cracking the Top 10 of the ATP Rankings in October 2015. But the South African took another big stride in returning to that elite group on…

Update to TSA Code of Conduct

There is an amendment to the Tennis South Africa Code of Conduct which now includes social media and electronic conversations. We request that all players familiarise themselves with this change. To read more please click here.

Rik de Voest – player to Tournament Director

Ex South African Davis Cup player Rik de Voest is the Tournament Director for the Odlum Brown VanOpen tournament in Vancouver starting this month. This event has a combined purse of $200,000 USD, with $100,000 awarded to the men (ATP Challenger Tour) and $100,000 awarded to the women (ITF Pro Circuit). Rik has a successful…

SA Transplant tennis team do us proud

South African Transplant Sports Association (SATSA) sent a team to Malaga in Spain to compete in the World Transplant Games. Our 51 strong team excelled and managed to finish 3rd overall with 76 medals. The transplant athletes have all survived either a heart, lung, kidney, liver or bone marrow transplant. The World Transplant Games, takes…