South African women in sport continue to dominate headlines globally, resulting in a fierce gsport Annual List for October as we gear up for the third annual newsmakers event in December.
South African rising tennis star, Zoë Kruger, beat Dutch fifth seed, Suzan Lamens, to win her maiden ITF Pro Tennis title – in her first final on home soil, at the TUKS International event
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
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
Zoë Kruger and Mariska Venter led young SA rising tennis stars who progressed on Wednesday at the SA Spring Open being played at Ellis Park Tennis Courts
South African top women’s player, Chanel Simmonds, leads the country’s charge in the main draw as the second week of the Ilana Kloss International starting in Potchefstroom on Monday.
Zoë Kruger has stormed into the quarter-finals of the Ilana Kloss event, beating third seed, Bibiane Schoofs, in straight sets in Potchefstroom on Thursday.
South Africa’s Isabella Kruger overcame compatriot Suzanie Pretorius in straight sets, to join sister Zoë in the second round of the Ilana Kloss International, at the North-West University in Potchefstroom
Rising tennis star, Zoë Kruger, books place in second round of the Ilana Kloss International, beating Canada’s Carol Zhao with a hard-fought three-sets in Potchefstroom.
South African top female player, Chanel Simmonds, and rising star, Zoë Kruger, head the list of women receiving wild cards for the first week of the two back-to-back Women’s ITF $25 000 World Tour events in Potchefstroom.