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SA levels up as Van der Merwe aces Davis Cup round

SA has advanced to the Davis Cup's World Group playoffs for the fourth year in a row after a sterling performance by Izak van der Merwe in Soweto.

Van der Merwe soars after US win

South Africa's No. 2 player Izak van der Merwe has leaped 17 places in the men's world tennis rankings after beating US player Jesse Levine.

Wolmarans progresses in US Open qualifying

Fritz Wolmarans is the South African standing in the men's singles qualifying competition at the US Open tennis tournament in New York.

SA teammates on winning note in French Open

Davis Cup teammates and recent finalists in the Soweto Open, Rik De Voest and Izak van der Merwe began their campaigns on the gruelling French Open.

Anderson drops one place in world rankings

South African number one Kevin Anderson dropped one place to 35th in the latest ATP world rankings released on Monday.

Izak gets his revenge at SA Open

Izak van der Merwe gained a 6-3 6-2 revenge victory over Frenchman Stephane Robert -- a finalist in the R3,5-million Montecasino event last year.

Monfils impresses at SA Open

Gael Monfils devoured Dominik Hrbaty and made his South African Open debut on Tuesday night with an impressive 6-2, 6-1 victory.

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