South African wheelchair tennis ace Kgothatso Montjane earned her first doubles final at the US Open after a comeback in the deciding set with German partner Sabine Ellerbrock, eliminating Marjolein Buis and Dana Mathewson
Gerda Steyn will battle it out with 800m World Champion, Caster Semenya, and CAF African Women’s Footballer of the Year, Thembi Kgatlana, for gsport Athlete of the Year as public voting kicks off from 19 July to 9 August, to determine the winners across 18 categories for the 2019 gsport Awards
South Africa’s top ranked women’s player Kgothatso Montjane has arrived in Australian well ahead of time, to fine-tune her game ahead of the ITF Bendigo Open Super Series and the Melbourne Open.
SA no. 1 wheelchair tennis star Kgothatso Montjane beat Charlotte Famin in straight sets, eyes tough US Open quarter-final clash vs world No.2 Yui Kamiji
Optimize Agency unveiled a wide-ranging strategy including serious financial partners to power SA’s No. 1 wheelchair tennis star, Kgothatso Montjane in her quest to achieve her peak international potential
Second seeds Mariska Venter and French partner Emmanuelle Morch claimed their first ITU level 3 title as a pair, when they beat Macarena Cabrillana and Michaela Spaanstra to win the Ath Open doubles title in Belgium on Saturday
World no. 58 and rising SA wheelchair tennis champ Mariska Venter made it to the singles final of the Memorial Jens Open, and paired up with Donna Jansen to defend her doubles crown, in Antwerp on Sunday.
4-times Swiss Open champ Kgothatso Montjane is no flash in the pan, and it’s remarkable to hear a sporting professional of her calibre saying, “My greatest ambition is to be able to make an impact in society and be a good role model.”