From the courts

2018-06-13 06:00

THE RTS and Organics for Africa Tennis finals are due to be played this weekend.

A number of quarter and semi finals were played over the weekend, with a couple of upsets.

The number two seeds, Joanie Koller and Colin Corbishley, lost to number four seeds, Carol Adendorff and Mike Barrow 6-2 and 7-6. Qaphela Mzila took out the number four seed, Ian Hill, in two sets.

Mzila now meets Colin Corbishley in the semi-final on Saturday.

In the other semi-final, Clive Edkins meets Dieter Meyer.

Corné Nefdt beat Ruth Drew in three sets, and will go on to play Carol Adendorff in the final on Sunday.

The mens doubles final will be between Colin Corbishley and Michael Meyer, and Ashley Cotterrell and Ian Hill. The ladies doubles final is between Pam Paul and Carol Adendorff and Sylvia Varty and Joanie Koller.

The handicap finals are due to be played on Saturday afternoon, with a number of matches still outstanding. Players featuring include Gareth Larkan, Peter Hardy, Ashley Cotterrell, Erika Gevers, Sylvia Varty, Ingrid Surendorff, Wendy Edkins, Carol Adendorff, Deon van Rooyen, among others.

Members of the public are invited to come along and enjoy a cup of tea, and watch some excellent tennis. Please would all players in the finals bring a plate of tea eats on the day they are playing, and committee members bring a plate on Sunday. After the completion of the finals there will be a bring and braai.

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