South African sisters Isabella and Zoe Kruger will compete in the semifinals of the Wiphold International doubles on Friday, as they moved within two steps of the title at the ITF World Tennis Tour W50 tournament in Pretoria on Thursday
Two South African pairings progressed to the doubles quarterfinals on Thursday at the ITF World Tennis Tour W50 tournament, after SA no. 1 Isabella Kruger and Marilouise van Zyl lost their singles mathes in Pretoria on Wednesday
South Africa’s top-ranked player Isabella Kruger and Marilouise van Zyl won passage through to the second round of the Wiphold International, an ITF women’s $40,000 event held at the University of Pretoria on Tuesday
South Africa’s top-ranked player Isabella Kruger will lead a five-member South African contingent when they face international competitors at the second successive ITF World Tennis Tour W50 tournament in Pretoria starting on Tuesday
Israel’s unseeded Lina Glushko wrapped up a spectacular all-round effort to win the singles and doubles titles of the Wiphold International at TuksTennis in Pretoria on Saturday
The unseeded Lina Glushko continued her impressive run at the ITF W50 women’s tournament by stunning top seed Laura Pigossi of Brazil in their semifinal on Friday to earn a place in the final of the Wiphold International on Saturday
Isabella Kruger had to work hard to put up a fight on Thursday, but she was delighted to gain more valuable experience, losing her quarter-final tie against tournament top seed Laura Pigossi in Pretoria on Thursday
SA No 1 Isabella Kruger held her nerve to defeat Ekaterina Shalimova in three sets at the $40,000 Wiphold Int. tournament in Pretoria on Wednesday, and will face Brazilian top seed Laura Pigossi for a place in the semifinals
South Africa’s Lilitha Ndungane and Isabella Kruger Remain in Hunt for the Hiphold Int. Trophy in Pretoria
Teenager Lilitha Ndungane and SA No 1 Isabella Kruger were the two local players keeping their title hopes alive at the $40,000 Wiphold International women’s tournament, in Pretoria on Tuesday
With the initial rounds settled, teenager Lilith Ndungane and four more SA qualifiers join 27 elite tennis players from around the world in the first of two successive Wiphold International women’s tournaments in Pretoria from Tuesday
As part of its #RiseForGood campaign, Mahindra SA has announced a partnership deal with wheelchair tennis superstar Kgothatso Montjane. KG is now driving the XUV700 as Mahindra showcases their commitment to supporting South African legends.
Featuring a mix of youth and experience, the African Games will be a stepping stone towards bigger accomplishjments for the younger members of the Team SA, with the squad gunning for another big medal haul in Ghana, from 8-23 March 2024.