In this week's edition we take a look at the Zuma effect, surprising ways the economy will change and deliver a sobering Covid-19 report card.
Sy Lerman wonders whether the 2020 Wimbledon cancellation will result in eight-times champion Roger Federer having played in his last such event.
Teenager Kholo Montsi carries SA's hopes at the ATP Challenger tournament in Potchefstroom. Sy Lerman reports.
Jeff Coetzee, Tennis SA's new Director of coaching, is a relieved man after the ITF lifted a doping ban on his player. Sy Lerman reports.
Sy Lerman recalls Rafael Nadal's past links with South African tennis as the Spaniard prepares to face Roger Federer in Cape Town.
South Africa’s performance in the inaugural ATP Team Cup was a major boost for tennis in the country, writes Sy Lerman.
Sy Lerman welcomes the return of an ATP tournament in South Africa in March after an absence of seven years.
Sy Lerman asks why the PSL is still skirting around vital issue of introducing VAR technology to minimise refereeing blunders.
SAFA's meltdown in staging Nelson Mandela Challenge is sadly inappropriate in recognition of the great man, says Sy Lerman.
Sy Lerman explains why Bafana Bafana can expect a tough ride from the outset after qualifying for the Africa Nations Cup Finals.
There can be no doubt that the faces of the SAFA administration must be beetroot red after the devastating 16-1 CAF executive voting defeat at the hands of Egypt.
Almost all Absa Premiership squads have continuing training despite a halt in fixtures due to the coronavirus pandemic. Sy Lerman reports.
Sy Lerman reports on the remarkable and unforeseen return of Moroka Swallows from the soccer grave, with a slight name change.
Sy Lerman questions SAFA’s continued resistance against introducing VAR in South African soccer.
Bafana Bafana's tough Soccer World Cup qualifying draw is a foreboding threat to SAFA's "Vision 2022", says Sy Lerman.
Sy Lerman welcomes South Arica's return to top-level tennis after two decades at the inaugural ATP Cup.
The Roger Federer- Rafael Nadal exhibition in Cape Town remains unaffected despite a spate of recent disturbing frolics. Sy Lerman reports.
Sy Lerman reports on the anomalies and problems relating to the various World Cup sports events.
More often referred to as tennis elbow, the lateral epicondylitis condition has caused a disturbing halt to top South African player Kevin Anderson's career.
Bafana will have curiously completed a period of more than four months in cold storage without a match before taking on Libya in the do-or-die AFCON qualifier, writes Sy Lerman.
Tennis SA CEO Richard Glover has likened the progress in 2018 of reviving the game in the country to its former heights to negotiating the first 10km in a gruelling marathon.
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