Tennis tournament, an ace

2017-01-18 06:01
PHOTO: supplied With the Midlands and KZN tennis trials looming at the end of January, the eager children were keen to shed their holiday coats, dust off their tennis racquets, and hit some balls again at the CF Tennis Tournament.

PHOTO: supplied With the Midlands and KZN tennis trials looming at the end of January, the eager children were keen to shed their holiday coats, dust off their tennis racquets, and hit some balls again at the CF Tennis Tournament.

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CF Tennis Academy started their 2017 tennis calendar with a tournament at the Hilton Tennis Club.

With the Midlands and KZN tennis trials looming at the end of January, the eager children were keen to shed their holiday coats, dust off their tennis racquets, and hit some balls again.

Some great tennis was on display after a long Christmas break, enjoyed by the parents and grandparents sitting on the courtside.

It was a lovely two days of tennis in a relaxed manner and great sportsmanship was displayed by all the competitors.

Singles winners:

Matthew Bennett, Reuben Macfarlane, Grace Wardlaw, Oliver Gaboreau, Brooke Veenstra, Thomas Lechmere-Oertel, Storm Veenstra, Gavin Veenstra and Emily Anders

Runners Up:

Rex Wardlaw, Joshua Tilbury, Olivia Clarke, Matthew Gerber, Lexi Uys, Brayden Wynn, Mary-Lynn Cotton

Doubles winners:

Rex Wardlaw and Daniel Uys, Matthew Smart and Harry Porter, Jessica Henderson and Amy Gerber, Thando Tshili and Joshua Tilbury, Lexi Uys and Brooke Veenstra, Brayden Wynn and Thomas Lechmere-Oertel, Aston Marais and Emily Anders and Mary-Lynn Cotton and Isabella Uys

Runners-up:

Ethan Maltby & Sarah Tilbury, Thomas Street and Jodi Moreno, Grace Wayt and Erynne Marais, Caleb Cotton and Adam Tilbury, Georgie Henderson & Grace Wardlaw, Akona Dlomo and Duncan Phillips,

Most Improved Player trophies went to:

Sandile and John Lechmere-Oertel, Sarah Tilbury, Ethan Maltby, Jodi Moreno, Joshua Macfarlane, Thomas Street, Bianca Uys and Amy Gerber.

- Supplied

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