Amanda Coetzer

Bruce the Boundary Breaker

Bruce the Boundary Breaker

Sunday Read: Entrepreneurial genius Bruce Davidson is the focus of gsport’s recognition of men who make significant contribution to women’s sport in South Africa. In a sector that has traditionally gained remarkably little interest, Davidson is rightly credited for moving heaven and earth to allow our sportswomen make more of their inherent participation rights.

Amanda Coetzer, the Little Assassin

As they say, all good things must come to an end! And that’s where Amanda Coetzer finds herself after a decade and a half in the glare of the sporting media’s spotlight.       In a statement sent to all media houses towards the end of May, Amanda said has spoken her final public […]

Unearthing Tennis Stars

  Since Amanda Coetzer’s retirement from competitive tennis, South Africa has struggled to unearth a women’s star who has been able to make it big internationally.      

2007 June Woman in Media: Liryn de Jager

  Liryn de Jager grew up in a sports-mad family, and for as long as she can remember, she wanted to be a sports journalist.   Four years ago, Liryn got her first big break in sports journalism, and she hasn’t looked back since.   In fact, the Rapport journalist is now regarded as one […]

Champs Eye 7th Coetzer Title

  South African tennis great, Amanda Coetzer, has urged young girls to work hard and work smart if they want to succeed in tennis at the highest level.  

Meisieskool Oranje Win Challenge

  In the lead-up to her annual Tennis competition in Bloemfontein, Amanda Coetzer’s former junior girls tennis team has won the ABSA/Resolution Health Challenge.  

Junior Tennis Results

  Hosts Meisieskool Oranje remain unbeaten after rounds one and two of the ABSA/ Resolution Health Tennis Challenge, and also winning their first two rounds on Friday was Eikestad Laerskool, with one win each for Outeniqua and Gene Louw.  

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