A composed Kgothatso Montjane put in a superb performance to beat the Netherlands’ Jiske Griffioen and defend her wheelchair tennis singles title at the second 2021 SA Spring Open, in Johannesburg on Saturday. Montjane and Griffioen won the doubles title on Friday.
Kgothatso Montjane will take on Jiske Griffioen in the final of the SA Spring Open wheelchair tennis final, while four Europeans will contest the semi-finals of the women’s singles tournament at the SA Spring Open at Ellis Park Courts in Johannesburg
SA out of Women’s Singles Open while defending champion Kgothatso Montjane wins to set up wheelchair tennis semi-final clash with Mariska Venter at the SA Spring Open being played at Ellis Park Tennis Courts, Johannesburg
Zoë Kruger and Mariska Venter led young SA rising tennis stars who progressed on Wednesday at the SA Spring Open being played at Ellis Park Tennis Courts
Defending champ Chanel Simmonds eased into the second round of the SA Spring Open at Ellis Park Tennis Courts, with a comfortable victory over Japanese third seed Chihiro Muramatsu on Monday afternoon
South African Olympic Swimmer, Michelle Weber, is aiming to qualify for the Tokyo Olympic Games after winning the 2021 aQuelle Midmar Mile title.
Defending champion Alexa Pienaar has her sights set on further success when the University Sport South Africa squash tournament takes place in Cape Town from June 30 to July 5.
gsport’s video wrap of the best of the weekend’s sports news, on Monday 5 November, 2018
Uganda’s Stella Chesang, the 2018 Commonwealth Games 10 000m champion will return to South Africa on Sunday, 14 October to take on country woman and FNB Durban 10K CITYSURFRUN defending champion, Mercyline Chelangat.
Defending champ Bertine Strauss was delighted to top the R200,000 SuperSport Ladies Challenge Day 1 leaderboard with Sunshine Ladies Tour winner Monique Smit