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Tegan Edwards Serves it Up

Day two of the Gauteng North Dunslaz Open being played in Pretoria’s Groenkloof Tennis Stadium on Wednesday saw most of the seeds progress, with sixth-seeded Niriantsa...

Gauteng North Dunslaz Open

In the first round of the Gauteng North Dunslaz Open played at the Groenkloof Tennis Stadium in Pretoria yesterday (Tuesday), all top seeds made it through to face their second...

Huber Settles in Houston

Liezel Huber, South Africa’s most accomplished current tennis player on the WTA Tour, will be taking up USA citizenship shortly, according to a compelling article for...

Natalie Looks to Ace 2007

Katrine Anker-Nilssen of Independent Online has written a fascinating interview of Natalie Grandin, one of the few South African women having achieved a measure of success on the...

Lizaan Storms into Tennis Champs

Women’s top seed Lizaan du Plessis lost just two games to Veronique Luksich (Gauteng Central), as she stormed into the second round of the SAA National Championships,...

Cape Town’s 50hr Sports Challenge

Cape Town plays host to a unique sports challenge this weekend to help raise awareness among youth about the importance of sport. This follows the Health of the Nation testing by...

Huber/Mirza Exit US Open

Overnight play in Flushing Meadows, New York, saw the exit of the Liezel Huber / Sania Mirza team at the 2006 US Open, after being overpowered 3-6 6-3 7-5 by the 6th-seeded Kveta...

Huber and Mirza Progress

South Africa’s surviving women’s competitor in the Flushing Meadows grand slam, Liezel Huber, progressed to the third round with partner Sania Mirza. The pairing...

Huber Starts Well at US Open

Liezel Huber opened her account overnight at the 2006 US Open in Flushing Meadows, New York, when she and doubles parner Indian Sania Mirza defeated their first round opponents,...

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