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Biography

SWARTZ Tenille

Nationality Republic of South Africa Flag RSA Republic of South Africa
Birth Date 13/05/1987
Gender Women
Height (m / in)  
Weight (kg / lbs)  
Events Inscribed   Squash Women's Singles
Member of Republic of South Africa Squash Mixed Doubles

Date Venue Event Country - Name Results Status
16 Mar
17:00
SAU
Center
Women's Singles
Round of 32, Match 31
Republic of South Africa Flag RSA  - SWARTZ Tenille 3 9 9 9     Completed
New Zealand Flag NZL  - LEEVEY Tamsyn 0 5 6 4    
17 Mar
18:00
SAU
Court 6
Women's Singles
Round of 16, Match 75
Republic of South Africa Flag RSA  - SWARTZ Tenille 0 4 7 7     Completed
England Flag ENG  - BOTWRIGHT Vicky 3 9 9 9    
19 Mar
13:00
SAU
Court 6
Women's Singles
Classic Plate Quarterfinals, Match 93
England Flag ENG  - DUNCALF Jenny 0           Completed
Republic of South Africa Flag RSA  - SWARTZ Tenille (WO) 0          
19 Mar
14:00
SAU
Court 5
Women's Singles
Classic Plate Semifinals, Match 128
Republic of South Africa Flag RSA  - SWARTZ Tenille (WO) 0           Completed
Wales Flag WAL  - MALIK Tegwen 0          
20 Mar
13:45
SAU
Court 5
Women's Singles
Classic Plate Final, Match 139
Canada Flag CAN  - RETA Runa 3 9 9 9     Completed
Republic of South Africa Flag RSA  - SWARTZ Tenille 0 5 4 4    

Place Of Birth South Africa
Residence Parys, South Africa
Marital Status Single
Occupation Student
Handedness Right
Coach Graham Prior
Recent Results World Doubles Championships (Melbourne, Australia, Jan-2006)
7th in the Women's Doubles
10th in the Mixed Doubles
Commonwealth
Games History
has not competed
Other Tenille was named South African Female Player of the Year at an Awards function in October 2005.

In July 2005 Swartz represented South Africa at the World Games losing to eventual winner Nicol David of Malaysia. In the World Junior Individual Championships, Swartz reached the semi-finals, the first South African to do so.

In May 2005 she upset defending champion and 9 times titleholder Claire Nitch to win the South Africa Nationals crown.

Tenille's interests include netball, running, canoeing and mountaineering.

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