Foreign Four Fight Out SA Spring Open Singles

Tessah Andrianjafitrimo is the top-seeded survivor among the for Europeans contesting the semi-finals of the ITF’s . She will take on the Netherland’s Richel Hogenkamp, while Alina Charaeva and Eva Vedder will contest the remaining match of the SA Tennis Tour’s SA Spring Open, being played at the Ellis Park Tennis Courts in Johannesburg. File Photo: Tessah Andrianjafitrimo (Instagram)

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

Kgothatso Montjane Marches On at SA Spring Tennis Open

SA no.1 Wheelchair Tennis player Kgotahtso Montjane advanced through the SA Spring Open semi-finals against tournament no. 3, Mariska Venter after a clinical defeat of Mabel Mankgele. Photo: Tennis SA / Picture Café

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

Montjane Confidently Eases into SA Open Semis

SA no1 wheelchair tennis player Kgothatso Montjane eased into the ACSA SA Open women’s singles semi-final with a straight-sets win over Francesca Mardones, faces second-seed Aniek van Koot of The Netherlands on Friday

SA’s ACSA Open Hopes in Montjane

South Africa’s ACSA SA Open hopes are in tournament no.4-ranked Kgothatso Montjane, who progressed to the tournament’s quarterfinals with a straight-sets win over Mariska Venter

Montjane Anticipates Great Season after SA Open Silver

SA no. 1 wheelchair tennis star Kg Montjane anticipates a great season after she betters ranking to finish runner-up in the Airports Company South Africa SA Open, losing 6-3 6-3 in the singles final to world no. 4, Marjolein Bius, at Ellis Park Tennis Stadium in Joburg on Saturday