Garanganga still appealing for funds

HARARE - Zimbabwe's top-ranked tennis player Takanyi Garanganga is racing against time to secure funds for him to be able to compete at his first Grand Slam, the 2015 Australian Open.

The Mbare-born player is looking for at least $10 000 to cater for his travelling and training costs in the run up to the Australian Open in Melbourne next January.

“We have not secured anything yet and we are still appealing to the corporate world to come and help us,” Thabani Sithole, Garanganga’s manager, told the Daily News yesterday.

“We will continue to press on, and believe the right partnerships will materialize sooner rather than later.”

Comments (1)

Im a big fan of Takanyi. With guidance and more money he could soon become a top 100 player! I hope someone would be able to assist him financially.

Karel Botha - 21 November 2014

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