The half-hour format monthly magazine show will be a fast-paced look at all areas of local tennis – including shining a spotlight on South Africa’s current and emerging tennis stars. The show focus on one on one player profiles, activation and introduced all types of tennis to South Africans, such as Beach Tennis, Wheelchair Tennis, cardio Tennis and Senior tennis.
We catch up the Montsi Brothers, look at the Johan Cruyff Foundation Africa Junior Camp that took place at Arthur Ashe tennis club in Soweto and show you what went down at The Wanderers Junior ITF tournament.
50 teams turned out in Tshwane as qualifiers or wild card entries went head to head at the third edition of the BNP Paribas RCS Rising Star Tennis national final. Check out what went down on that tournament and more.
The USSA Tennis Championship & Wheelchair Tennis Activation
On this episode we look at the Growthpoint Centre of Excellence, The USSA Tennis Championship recently held at the North-West University in Potchefstroom and the TSA wheelchair tennis activation at Nelspruit.
Advantage Tennis Club, Growthpoint Super 8 & Luc Koenig
On this episode we talk advantage Tennis Club based in New Brighton in Qheberha, look at the Nelson Mandela Bay leg of the Growthpoint Super 8 tournament that happened recently and get to know rising star Luc Koenig.
GrowthPoint Junior Master & the David Samaai Junior Open
One of the highlights on the local Junior tennis calendar is the GrowthPoint Junior Master. We find out what went down on the 2021 edition of this prestigious tournament.
We get to know the GrowthPoint Under 18 junior title holder Suzanie Pretorius and check out what happened at the David Samaai ...
The Jozi Open got underway at Marks Park, we have Highlights. Team South Africa cruising into the Davis Cup World Group I promotion playoff after an unassailable 4-0 victory over Venezuela in New York.
We celebrate Kgothatso Montjane and Talk Tokyo Paralympics
We celebrate South African wheelchair tennis star, Kgothatso Montjane, for making history by becoming South Africa’s first black woman to reach a Wimbledon singles final. We chat to wheelchair tennis Paralympians set to represent South Africa in Tokyo.