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Tennis | SA Tennis

Sithole claims his second British Open title
South African wheelchair tennis champion and world No 4 Lucas Sithole battled back from a set and 4-1 down to defeat world No 3 Brit’s Andy Lapthorne for the British Open title. Read full article
SA tennis team crush Irish 5-0
South Africa thumped Ireland 5-0 in the Davis Cup Euro Africa Group 2 tie which ended at the Irene Country Club outside Pretoria on Sunday. Read full article
SA clinch Davis Cup tie
South African doubles specialist Ruan Roelofse and Dean O'Brien overcame Ireland's James Cluskey and David O'Hare at the Irene Country Club. Read full article
SA take 2-0 lead over Ireland
South Africa have taken a 2-0 lead against Ireland in their Davis Cup Europe/Africa Group II relegation clash at the Irene County Club in Centurion. Read full article
Els clinches third Soweto Open title
Potchefstroom’s Leon Els took his third, Danny Mohlamonyane his first and Christine Schoenn from France her first victory on Soweto soil, while the country women’s top seed Mariska Venter came up short. Read full article
Top seeds on course at Arthur Ashe
All seeds remained unchallenged on the opening day of the Airports Company South Africa Soweto Open, an International Tennis Federation (ITF) Futures tournament part of the UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis Tour staged Read full article
'Let down' Anderson withdraws from Davis Cup
Kevin Anderson has withdrawn his eligibility for the Davis Cup after Tennis SA released an 'inaccurate' statement regarding the availability of the world No 14 for Davis Cup action. Read full article
Top seeds successful in Pretoria Open first round
The top seeds involved in the Airports Company South Africa Pretoria Open first round all headed through to the second stage of the tournament after wins on Sunday at the Rientondale Tennis Club in Pretoria. Read full article
Sithole, Alcott win French Open doubles title
South African wheelchair tennis quad ace Lucas 'Twister' Sithole and Dylan Alcott captured their first French Open title in doubles competition on team debut. Read full article
Anderson commits to SA
South African tennis ace, Kevin Anderson, is at his highest ever world ever ranking of 14 after reaching the final of the AEGON Championships at the famed Queens Club in London on the weekend. Read full article
Grainger takes charge of SA Davis Cup squad
Earl Grainger will step in as provisional SA Davis Cup captain after John-Laffnie de Jager resigned. Read full article
Anderson knocked out of Wimbledon
Andy Murray neutralised the big-swinging game of lofty South African Kevin Anderson to reach the Wimbledon quarterfinals 6-4 6-3 7-6(6) on Monday. Read full article
Anderson advances into third round
South African Kevin Anderson is through to the third round at Wimbledon after beating France’s Edouard Roger-Vasselin of France 7-6 (7-0), 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 on Wednesday. Read full article
Anderson handed favourable early draw
Kevin Anderson, who is South Africa's only representative in the 128-man men's singles event at the French Open at Roland Garros, won't be complaining about the draw he received on Friday. Read full article
De Voest drops 71 places on rankings
South African No 1 player Rik de Voest has dropped a dramatic 71 positions in the world rankings on the eve of this week's Euro-Africa Group Two tie against Lithuania. Read full article
Coach Godwin off to join Anderson
Former top 100-ranked tennis player Neville Godwin admitted he was shocked when asked to coach Kevin Anderson. Read full article
Klaasen's dream run comes to an end
Raven Klaasen's dream of a first Grand Slam title came crashing down in Melbourne on Saturday, when he and his partner Eric Bouterac lost 6-3, 6-3 to Lukasz Kubot of Poland and Robert Lindstedt of Sweden. Read full article
Massive break for SA sisters
Thomas Hogstedt, one of the world’s most prominent tennis coaches, has identified two South African sisters as potential Grand Slam champions and has taken them under his wing. Read full article
Slovenia No 1 not named for opening day
In a surprise move, Slovenia have not named their No 1 player, Grega Zemlja (ranked 74 in the world) in their singles line up for this weekend’s crucial Davis Cup tie against South Africa. Read full article
SA confident ahead of Slovenia tie
“Things are very good here in Slovenia” were the confident words expressed by South African Davis Cup captain John Laffnie De Jager ahead of this weekend crucial Davis Cup tie against Slovenia. Read full article
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