Guest Contributor | Jul 29, 2020 | 0
Van Schalkwyk remains at the top of Kia Tennis Ranking
Racing in behind him in the advanced division was currently highest ranked female, Sylvia Schulz. While third place was scooped by Waylon Wetzel.
The gold medal in the intermediate category went to Connor van Schalkwyk, while Veri Hinda managed to secure the second spot ahead of Delvin Losper. Meanwhile there was no way past Stephanie Schulz in the Beginners division. With her impressive performance, Kayden Schnelle had to settle for second place and Japhet Haarmann for third.
Faith Kahuure emerged victorious in the Midi class, closely followed by Adam Diggle, while Dezi Murorua claimed the third spot.
In addition, in the Mini tennis group, newcomer Daniel Sindila caused a pleasant surprise by claiming the gold medal and just edging out Hendrina Apollus. The bronze medal went to Karmi Muller.
The quality of the tennis in the advanced group was of a high calibre, but in fact each category produced highly competitive matches within its level of competition. “It is great to see groups of extremely promising players develop throughout the course of the series, which is supported by Kia and Wimpy”,said event organizer Elizma Nortje.
The Kia Tennis Ranking top 10 after last weekend’s tournament is as follows starting with the ranking, name then points:1. Codie van Schalkwyk 4200, 2. Oliver Diggle 3225, 3. Moyo Nqobilizwe 3000, 4. Veri Hinda 2850, 5. Delvin Losper 2675, 6. Connor van Schalkwyk 2500, 7. Andre Smit 2400, 8. Waylon Wentzel 2250, 9. Dario Noabeb 2100 and Andy Jantzen ranked 10 with 1775points.