SPORTS BIO

2007-2009
Athletic Director 29th Olympic games for the Chinese National Olympic Team Based out of the Chinese National Olympic Training Centre, Beijing, China

2008-2009
Therapist to the Peoples Republic of China’s Fed Cup Team and Davis Cup Team Based out of the Chinese National Olympic Training Centre, Beijing, China

2005, 2009
Therapist to the South African National Team at the 17th and 18th International Maccabiah Haifa, Israel

2005-2008
Therapist to the South African Davis Cup Team Tennis South Africa Johannesburg, South Africa

2007
Therapist to the Russian Federation Hopman Cup Team (Petrova and Tursinov) Perth, Australia

ELITE INDIVIDUAL ATHLETES

Tennis: Former world number 1’s (ATP and WTA)
2003-2006: Martina Navratilova (USA, singles and doubles)
2005: Marat Safin (Russia, singles)
2004: Mark Knowles (Bahamas, doubles)
2005/6: Mahesh Bhupati (India, doubles)
2005: Rick Leach (USA, doubles)


Tennis: Top 5 in the world (ATP and WTA)
2008-2010: Li Na (China, singles)
2006: Tommy Haas (Germany, singles and Olympic Silver medallist)
2005/6/8: Nadia Petrova (Russia, singles)
2007-2010: Zheng Jie (China, doubles/singles and Olympic Bronze medallist)
2007-2010:Yan Zi (China, doubles/singles and Olympic Bronze medallist)
2005: Paul Hanley (Australia, doubles)


Tennis: Top 10 in the world (ATP and WTA)
2007: Wayne Ferrera (South Africa, singles)
2006/7: Patty Schneider (Switzerland, singles)
2003-2005: Wesley Moodie (South Africa, doubles)
2004/5: Paridon Srichaphan (Thailand, singles)
2000-2015: Kevin Anderson (South Africa, singles)


Tennis: Top 20 in the world (ATP and WTA)
2001-2004: John-Laffnie De Jager (South Africa, doubles)
2003-4: Todd Perry (Australia, doubles)
2007/2010: Sun Tian Tian (China, doubles and Olympic Gold medallist)
2004-2008: Jeff Coetzee (RSA, doubles)
2004-2007: Chris Haggard (RSA, doubles)
2006: Dmitri Tursinov (Russia, singles)
2007-2010: Peng Shuai (China, doubles/singles)
2007: Justin Gimmelstop (USA, singles/doubles)


Tennis: Top 40 in the world (ATP and WTA)
2005: Stephen Huss (Australia, doubles)
2004-2006: Robbie Koenig (South Africa, doubles)
2002-2008: Rik De Voest (South Africa, singles/doubles)
2007-2010: Zhang Shuai (China, singles/doubles)


Tennis: Top 100 in the world (ATP and WTA)
2007-2010: Han Xinyun (China, singles/doubles)
2007-2010: Lu Jing Jing (China, singles/doubles)
2007-2010: Sun Shengnan (China, doubles)
2007-2010: Ji Chun Mei (China, doubles)


Sports including: International rugby, swimming, golf and martial arts
2002/3: Corne Krige (South African Rugby captain)
2004-2006: Ryk Neethling (Olympic gold medallist, swimming)
2002/2003: Kobus Visagie (South African Rugby)
1998-2000: Neil Franks (Tae Kwon Do, SA no 1 and gold medallist)
2000-2002: Roger Wessels (Golf)
2002-3: Tjaart van der Walt (Golf)
2003-4: Brad Vaughn (Golf)