Wheelchair Tennis South Africa General Manager Karen Losch says that the Federation’s efforts to empower young disabled girls through the sport remains their priority, and is very much ongoing.
A short video clip of leading sports action during the week that was.
SA no. 1 Mariska Venter beat Nonkanyiso Nyosi 6-1 6-3 on Saturday to advance to the Soweto Open semi-finals, and is looking forward to avenging an earlier loss to Swiss and tournament top seed, Nalani Buob.
South African world number 8 Kgothatso Montjane saw off Nalani Buob from Switzerland to record her first Joburg Open title, at the Arthur Ashe Tennis Center in Soweto on Wednesday.
World No.8 KG Montjane storms into Joburg Open finals in hot pursuit of her first-ever title at the Arthur Ashe Tennis Center, as she takes on Swiss Nalani Boub in Soweto on Wednesday.
SA Junior No. 1 Mariska Venter faces a test of her readiness for the big stage against SA no. 1 KG Montjane in Tuesday’s Joburg Open’s semifinals, after both players easily progressed through their Monday ties at the Arthur Ashe Tennis Centre in Soweto
SA no.1 wheelchair tennis champ KG Montjane progresses to the Japan Open QuarterFinals after sweeping past American Dana Mathewson in three sets, in Iizuka on Thursday
SA’s number one women’s wheelchair tennis player Kgothatso ‘KG’ Montjane booked her spot in the semifinal of the SA Open, after a titanic battle to beat world no. 6 Sabine Ellerbrock at Ellis Park Tennis Stadium on Tuesday