Wheelchair tennis star Montjane scores another ace
Wheelchair tennis player Kgothatso “KG” Montjane has partnered with Virgin Active, a fitness and wellness brand, to inspire South Africans to live healthy, active lives.
Ranked number one in Africa and fourth globally, the tennis star has signed a deal with Virgin Active as their official health and wellness partner.
The Limpopo-born star, who has established herself as an anchor tennis player, said she has always been obsessed with sports and fitness and has managed to turn it into a flourishing career.
She was the first black African woman to play at Wimbledon, the first black African to play in all four Grand Slam tournaments in a calendar cycle in 2019, and successfully completed her BSC degree in recreation and recreation.
“The great thing about Virgin Active is that it’s a brand all South Africans can relate to and has members from all walks of life,” Montjane said.
“It creates unique spaces suitable for everyone, where everyone feels like they belong, regardless of their level of fitness. I’m thrilled to work with them to inspire the country to get excited about active living.
Lyndsay Webster-Rozon, Marketing Director of Virgin Active, said Montjane will help inspire South Africans to embrace health and wellness.
“Having KG in our family and ‘Friends of Virgin Active’ is part of our ongoing partnerships with sportspeople across South Africa who share our goal of empowering people for active lives,” Webster said- Roson.
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