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Wheelchair Tennis - South Africa Unleashing potential beyond limitations

Wheelchair tennis is a young sport in South Africa, now only in its tenth year. For the past eight years Airports Company South Africa has been the main sponsor of the sport through Wheelchair Tennis South Africa (WTSA). It is gratifying that this support has enabled the sport to flourish, and today, more than 450 players receive coaching each week at 45 active development centres across South Africa. (596.25 KB) Download
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GETA celebrates World Wheelchair Tennis Day

Brakpan Herald [Brakpan Herald] More than 80 wheelchair tennis players, from three provinces in South Africa, took to the tennis courts in celebration of the annual International Tennis Federation (ITF) World Tennis Day, on Monday (March 4). (192.1 KB) Download
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Wheelchair Tennis juniors make SA proud

West Side Urban News The 2013 Cruyff Foundation Junior Masters took place in Tarbes, France, 24 - 27 January 2013. (532.78 KB) Download
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ACSA supports Disability

Thisability Mrs Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu, the Deputy Minister of the Department of Women, Children and Persons with Disabilities presented the 'National Disability Champion Award' to Airports Company South Africa at a gala function in Mpumalanga in recognition of its commitment to the disability sector. (195.02 KB) Download
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Vergeer is giving back

The Citizen ONE of sport's most successful athletes jetted into the country last week but it wasn't for a high-profile event or to claim more accolades to add to an already impressive list - it was to give back. (768.28 KB) Download
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I did it and so can you

Soul Kgothatso Montjane has been differently abled since birth, however, this didn't stop her from pushing herself to achieve great things, going as far as qualifying for the London 2012 Paralympics as a wheelchair tennis player. (537.62 KB) Download
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Wheelchair Tennis Regional Stars Camp a huge success

Polokwane Observer Top notch performances were the order of the day from the 30 players who attended the Limpopo Regional Stars Camp for wheelchair tennis players. (328.27 KB) Download
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Dreams enabled

KwaThemba Disability Sports Club has been nominated for the Gauteng Sports Awards due to take place at Eperors Palce, on June 30 (150.51 KB) Download
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Germiston news

Germiston city news Ithembilihle Lsen School, in Primrose, is one of the schools which members of Wheelchair Tennis South Africa and the Johan Cruyff Foundation visit, to encourage the children to play wheelchair tennis. (197.81 KB) Download
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These ladies did SA proud

Eastern Times At the recent BNP World Team Cup African Qualification tournament that took place from 17-20 January in Nairobi in Kenya, the SA women’s team wheeled away with the trophy for a second year running. (715.61 KB) Download
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