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Football Association Of Ireland In Trouble Over The Tennis Ball Protest

All the football enthusiasts and fans are aware of the fact that the Euro 2020 qualifiers are going on right now. However, according to Virgin Games, the qualifier match that was held on Tuesday. The fans of the game that was present in the match on Tuesday during the qualifier started throwing tennis balls on […]

By The Standard Apr. 3, 2019
Tennis coach returns equipped with new skills
Tennis coach returns equipped with new skills

FORMER Zimbabwe non-playing Davis Cup captain and Manicaland Tennis Academy head coach, Freeman Nyamunokora believes he is going to improve the quality of tennis in the country after acquiring useful skills at the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Worldwide coaches’ conference that ended in Turkey at the weekend.

By The NewsDay Dec. 3, 2015
Tennis coach returns equipped with new skills

FORMER Zimbabwe non-playing Davis Cup captain and Manicaland Tennis Academy head coach, Freeman Nyamunokora believes he is going to improve the quality of tennis in the country after acquiring useful skills at the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Worldwide coaches’ conference that ended in Turkey at the weekend.

By The NewsDay Dec. 3, 2015
Tennis Zimbabwe appeals for government support

TENNIS Zimbabwe (TZ) yesterday made an appeal for government support in its bid to steer the game back to the glory days of the Davis Cup.

By The NewsDay Nov. 5, 2015
Tennis Zimbabwe appeals for government support

TENNIS Zimbabwe (TZ) yesterday made an appeal for government support in its bid to steer the game back to the glory days of the Davis Cup.

By The NewsDay Nov. 5, 2015
Zimbabwe Tennis eyes more medals

Having already raked in three bronze medals at the African Games currently underway in Congo-Brazzaville, the Zimbabwe tennis team will be gunning for more medals when they compete in the elite team events on Thursday and Friday.

By The NewsDay Sep. 17, 2015
Zimbabwe Tennis eyes more medals

Having already raked in three bronze medals at the African Games currently underway in Congo-Brazzaville, the Zimbabwe tennis team will be gunning for more medals when they compete in the elite team events on Thursday and Friday.

By The NewsDay Sep. 17, 2015
Fynn settles for African Games bronze

Zimbabwe tennis ace Mark Fynn did the nation proud after picking up a bronze medal for Team Zimbabwe in the singles contest despite losing 6-2 6-2 to Benin’s Alexis Klegou in the semi-finals at the ongoing 11th African Games in Congo Brazzaville on Tuesday.

By The NewsDay Sep. 16, 2015
Dzuwa banks on underdogs tag

ZIMBABWE Davis Cup non-playing captain Martin Dzuwa believes his team’s underdogs tag could work in their favour in their 2015 Euro-Africa Zone Group II tennis tie which gets underway at Harare Sports Club tomorrow.

By The NewsDay Mar. 5, 2015
B/Herzegovina name Davis Cup team to face Zim

BOSNIA and Herzegovina have named their four-member Davis Cup team set to face Zimbabwe in a 2015 Euro-Africa Zone Group II tennis tie set for March 6-8 on the hard outdoor courts at Harare Sports Club.

By The NewsDay Feb. 25, 2015
Lock wins maiden ITF in US Futures title

ZIMBABWE Davis Cup tennis player Benjamin Lock continued his impressive run of success in the US after winning his maiden title on the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Futures Circuit in Niceville, Florida, at the weekend.

By The NewsDay Nov. 18, 2014
Fynn reaches ITF semi-finals

ZIMBABWEAN tennis player Mark Fynn finally gave local tennis fans something to cheer about after reaching the semi-finals of the doubles competition at the ongoing NetOne Futures Tournament at Harare Sports Club yesterday.

By The NewsDay Oct. 23, 2014
Fynn reaches ITF semi-finals

ZIMBABWEAN tennis player Mark Fynn finally gave local tennis fans something to cheer about after reaching the semi-finals of the doubles competition at the ongoing NetOne Futures Tournament at Harare Sports Club yesterday.

By The NewsDay Oct. 23, 2014
Chanakira progresses in NetOne Futures

ZIMBABWEAN tennis player Tinotenda Chanakira reached the second round of the NetOne Futures Tournament after defeating his Davis Cup captain Martin Dzuwa.

By The NewsDay Oct. 21, 2014
Zim tennis players seek better fortunes

ZIMBABWEAN tennis players will be hoping for better fortunes during this week’s NetOne Futures Tournament.

By The NewsDay Oct. 20, 2014
Zim’s ITF Futures hopes end

ZIMBABWE’S hopes of a local tennis singles champion at the ongoing Twenty Third Century Systems Futures Tournament were brought to an abrupt end.

By The NewsDay Oct. 16, 2014
Chikanda makes winning return

ZIMBABWEAN Tinashe Chikanda made a winning return to competitive tennis after registering a 6-4, 7-5 straight set win over South African qualifier Rayne Roselt in the first round of the Twenty Third Century Systems ITF Futures Tournament.

By The NewsDay Oct. 14, 2014
Chikanda makes winning return

ZIMBABWEAN Tinashe Chikanda made a winning return to competitive tennis after registering a 6-4, 7-5 straight set win over South African qualifier Rayne Roselt in the first round of the Twenty Third Century Systems ITF Futures Tournament.

By The NewsDay Oct. 14, 2014
Cara rakes in $400 000

CARA Black has had a decent performance since her return to the Women’s Tennis Association circuit last year and her good showing partnering Indian Sania Mirza has seen her raking in almost half a million in earnings this season.

By The NewsDay Oct. 8, 2014
Dzenga eyes more success

ZIMBABWEAN junior tennis ace Nicole Dzenga has set her sights on more success after an impressive run on the International Tennis Federation Junior Circuit in West Africa recently.

By The NewsDay Oct. 8, 2014
Cara suffers second heartbreak

ZIMBABWE top female tennis player Cara Black suffered her second finals heartbreak in as many weeks after she and her Indian partner Sarnia Mirza were defeated in the China Open women’s doubles finals on Saturday evening.

By The NewsDay Oct. 6, 2014
It’s all plain sailing for Cara, Sania

ZIMBABWE’S top tennis player Cara Black and her Indian partner Sania Mirza progressed to the semi-finals of the China Open women’s tennis doubles in Beijing

By The NewsDay Oct. 3, 2014
Cara, Sania in last eight in China

ZIMBABWE’S top tennis player Cara Black and her Indian partner Sania Mirza eased through to the quarter-finals of the China Open women’s doubles in Beijing.

By The NewsDay Oct. 2, 2014
Cara, Sania through

CARA Black and Indian partner Sania Mirza would be looking for revenge as well as a place in the Pan Pacific Open Women Doubles semi-finals.

By The NewsDay Sep. 18, 2014
Cara, Sania through

CARA Black and Indian partner Sania Mirza would be looking for revenge as well as a place in the Pan Pacific Open Women Doubles semi-finals.

By The NewsDay Sep. 18, 2014
Wayne Black salutes Zim Davis Cup team

FORMER Zimbabwe tennis star Wayne Black yesterday paid tribute to the Davis Cup team which on Saturday made the nation proud by clinching a spot in the 2015 Euro/Africa Group II in Cairo, Egypt.

By The NewsDay Sep. 16, 2014
Zim on verge of Davis Cup promotion

DAVIS Cup non-playing captain Martin Dzuwa is confident Zimbabwe will secure promotion to 2015 Davis Cup Euro/Africa Zone Group II.

By The NewsDay Sep. 13, 2014
Old Mutual unveil Davis Cup team sponsorship

ZIMBABWE’S Davis Cup tennis team received a timely boost ahead of next month’s Davis Cup Euro/Africa Zone Group III in Egypt.

By The NewsDay Aug. 9, 2014