The CEO of the South African Tennis Association, Ian Smith, announced the South African Airways Fed Cup team to participate in the Europe/Africa Zone Group II being played in Mauritius from 16 – 21 April 2007.
It’s hard to figure out how Thabiso Sikwane gets everything done, and still manage to be a devoted wife and a loving mom. Her latest challenge shows that this career woman is prepared to follow her dreams and at the same time, is hungry for adventure. The host of SAfm’s Afternoon Talk is planning to […]
Since she was a child, Joanne Joseph showed a keen interest in what was going on in the world, and come April 2007, she is one of the most popular faces on TV, and has turned news-reading into an art. The likeable SABC 3 [email protected] anchor has mixed charm and intellect with a good dose […]
Kelly Anderson will be thinking that two out of three is not so bad, but her doubles partner was the victor between the two in the Gauteng North Dunslaz Open in Pretoria on Saturday, though Lizanne du Plessis had to gather herself after Anderson levelled the match at a set each, before winning in three […]
Liezel Huber and her Zimbabwean partner Cara Black have won the Paris Open doubles title on Sunday, after beating the Czech combination of Gabriela Navratilova and Vladimira Uhlirova in a match lasting less than one hour.
While the advance of South African champion Lizanne du Plesis to the last round of the Gauteng North Dunslaz Open Results in Pretoria was expected, Kelly Anderson will be pleased with her path leading to the final, particularly her 6-2 6-1 defeat of Tegan Edwards on Friday.
The Women’s quarterfinals of the Gauteng North Dunslaz Open saw the top seeds progress to the semis, all four winning comfortably in straight sets, with the last remaining unseeded player Chanel Simmons’s run coming to an end.
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 Rasolomanana the first to fall, 6-3 6-4 to unseeded Chanel Simmons.
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 round challengers today.
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 Johannesburg’s The Star newspaper, written by seasoned journalist Kevin McCallum.