• Davis Cup Returns to Irene Country Club

    For the fifth consecutive year, Tennis South Africa (TSA) have announced that they will return to the picturesque country club for next year’s all-important Euro/Africa Davis Cup Group II first round tie vs Estonia from 3-5 February

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  • Entries Close Today (1 Dec) for The Eden Seniors

    A reminder that entries close today (1 Dec) for The Eden Seniors. The tournament is held at the George Tennis Club from 17-21 Dec 2016

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  • Six Titles for Lloyd

    He always plays to win, but to win 30 matches - six titles - in succession is a pleasant surprise for Lloyd Harris

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  • So very close for Raven Klaasen and Rajeev Ram

    It was so very close for Raven Klaasen and Rajeev Ram in London but on the day their opponents had the edge

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  • Major Boost for Tennis Coaching in South Africa

    Tennis coaching in South Africa was recently given a welcome boost by the International Tennis Federation (ITF)

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  • Thongoana and Nagy champions of Curro Junior ITF 2

    Final Day results of the Curro Junior ITF 2 being played in Stellenbosch, South Africa on Saturday

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  • Mpho Makhoba wins Technical Official Gauteng Sports Awards Title for Second Year in a Row

    Mpho Makhoba was selected for the second year running for the award by the judges out of all the referees, umpires and technical official nominees, who through their sustainable high standards of officiating have rendered services at a national and international level

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  • Unbeaten St Stithians College Top Boys Tennis School in South Africa

    A strongly motivated St Stithians College proved that they are the country’s top boys tennis school over the weekend when they captured their first Grey Nedbank Tennis Festival title in Bloemfontein

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  • SA Player World Rankings (26 September)

    World Tennis Rankings of SA players...

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  • Getting to know Richard Thongoana

    Earlier this week we caught up with South Africa's highest ranked Junior tennis player, Richard Thongoana

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  • Getting to know Siphos Montsi

    Having recently won 5 ITF titles in 5 weeks, we decided it was time to catch up with Siphos Montsi to get to know a little bit more about him

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  • Tennis South Africa appoints Richard Glover as CEO

    Richard Glover will be taking over the reigns as Chief Executive Officer of Tennis South Africa from 1 October 2016

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  • Follow TSA On Social Media

    Tennis South Africa keeps a range of digital feeds for you to follow.

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  • Raven Klaasen Breaks into the Top 10

    After an incredible Wimbledon result (making it through to the doubles semi-finals and joining the Last 8 Club) South Africa's Raven Klaasen began this week with an ATP Doubles ranking of nine

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  • Tennis South Africa Applauds Wheelchair Tennis Efforts

    Tennis South Africa (TSA) President, Gavin Crookes has applauded Wheelchair Tennis South Africa (WTSA) on the multiple nominations the Federation received for this year’s SPAR Gsport Awards

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  • South African Tennis Ace Raven Klaasen qualifies for year end Masters

    South African tennis ace Raven Klaasen and his American partner Rajeev Ram have become the sixth team to qualify for the 2016 Barclays ATP World Tour Finals

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  • Feedback: Tennis South Africa Primary Schools USA Tour

    Our children have returned to South Africa after a trip of a lifetime. Please accept our sincere thanks and appreciation for all that you did in making this trip possible for them

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  • South Africa Impress at ITF Super-Seniors World Team Championships

    As they say in the classics, the older you get the better you get and how true that was for the South African Women 70 years and older tennis team

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  • Tennis South Africa Digital Update

    You may have noticed a few changes on the Tennis South Africa digital platforms. We wanted you to know why we've made some of the changes, and what they are.....

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