Having delivered a career breakthrough on the eve of the showpiece, wheelchair tennis star Kgothatso Montjane says she is ready to challenge for a medal at the Tokyo Paralympic Games #GoGirls
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Mariska Venter loses both singles and doubles events despite a hard-fought performance on the court in the Bolton Indoor Tournament
South African wheelchair tennis ace Mariska Venter claimed the singles and doubles titles at the Kemer Turkuaz Open in Turkey
Tennis SA has confirmed entries for the 2019 SA Spring Open tournament that will begin today at Ellis Park Tennis Stadium in Johannesburg
South African wheelchair tennis rising star Mariska Venter and her Russian partner Polina Shakirova clinched the Memorial Jens Vanherch ITF Futures doubles title in Belgium on Sunday
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.
SA wheelchair tennis ace Kg Montjane marches back to 6 on the ITF Singles Rankings on the back of a string of success including a maiden run to the Wimbledon semi-finals, and having claimed her fourth Swiss Open title earlier in July.
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.