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Achievements by MATCH beneficiaries to-date
22 years old
Lloyd made his debut at Wimbledon in June 2019 after reached a career high of 87 in the world earlier in the year. Being in the top 100 of the men’s ATP is a bench mark that all academies and players strive for. We are extremely proud of his accomplishments and honoured to be a part of his journey.
19 years old
Sipho reached a world junior ranking of 92 which is an incredible achievement. Thanks to his sports qualifications and commitment to hard work he was offered – and has accepted – a scholarship at the University of Illinois in the USA. We wish him all the best and look forward to following his progress both on and off the court in the months and years to come.
18 years old
Robbie is another young player whose future has been secured by the MATCH and Anthony Harris Tennis Academy partnership. 2019 saw Robbie reach three International Tennis Federation finals in a row – winning two of these which is a remarkable achievement. These, among other impressive results, will take him closer to the awesome goal of top 100 players in the world.
16 years old
Kholo reached a career high of 101 on the world junior ranking. As the category is for young men up to the age of 18, this is a fantastic achievement for his age. Kholo has another two years under 18 and has represented South Africa in the African Juniors AJTC for the past 4 years. He has once again been selected and continues to make us proud.
15 years old
Mikaeel has played in a number of International World Federation events and was selected to represent South Africa in the AJTC in Algeria in June. If he continues to develop at this pace he is sure to reach significant milestones in the years to come.
14 years old
Kelly is competing in International tournaments and bringing in impressive results. She was selected to represent South Africa at the AJTC Championships in Algeria in June this year. Her determination and passion for the game are key ingredients for success and we look forward to her progress in the next few years.
14 years old
Ranked in the top three in South Africa for his age group, Leo is already competing Internationally. In the last year, he has played in many tournaments around the country, resulting in his selection to represent South Africa in the African Champs in Algeria.