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Do we finally have a reason to be excited about tennis in SA?

After years of struggle, the sport seems to be taking some genuine steps in the right direction at local level

Rise of Tsitsipas and Tiafoe — new era or false dawn?

And every 12 months as the first Grand Slam heralds a fresh season they come... and they go.

Searching for the next Kevin Anderson

South African tennis is enjoying a revival as our young players rocket up the world rankings

Anderson to continue representing South Africa

Kevin Anderson, who lives in Gulf Stream in Florida and is married to an American, applied for US citizenship a few years ago

Djokovic wins fourth Wimbledon title

Djokovic beat South Africa's Kevin Anderson for the title on Sunday

Djokovic aims to turn despair into triumph with fourth Wimbledon title

The 31-year-old former world number one won the last of his 12 majors at the 2016 French Open when he completed the career Grand Slam

‘I just went after it’ — Anderson recalls saving match point

It was Anderson’s fist win over Federer at his fifth attempt. In fact, he had lost all 10 sets he played against the Swiss in their prior meetings

‘It’s terrible’: Stunned Federer feeling low after Wimbledon shock

It was Federer's earliest departure from Wimbledon since his shock second round defeat against Sergiy Stakhovsky in 2013

Epic five-setter: Anderson defeats Federer at Wimbledon

From match point down in the third set, South Africa’s Kevin Anderson recovered to beat defending champion Roger Federer

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