Shocking details emerge in Bob Hewitt trial

A third alleged victim says Bob Hewitt told her 'rape is enjoyable' and she 'should lie down and enjoy it'.

Bob Hewitt talks to his legal team during a break on 11 February 2015. Picture: Masego Rahlaga/EWN.

JOHANNESBURG - Shocking details have emerged in the High Court sitting in Palm Ridge today where a third alleged victim of former tennis champion Bob Hewitt has testified that he told her 'rape is enjoyable'.

The woman claims the former tennis champion sexually assaulted her when he was her tennis coach back in the 1990s.

Hewitt faces two counts of rape and one of sexual assault and has denied all allegations against him.

The woman testified she was 14-years-old when Australian-born Hewitt would rub himself against her and get upset when she would push him away.

She told the court he would ask her what colour underwear she was wearing and tell her that he liked black lace garments.

The woman claims Hewitt told her rape was enjoyable in all cases and that when he did it to her, she should just lie down and enjoy it.

She said she got upset and immediately went home, where she found Hewitt speaking to her mother on the house phone, telling her she was not a strong enough tennis player.

Cross-examination is being handled by Hewitt's attorney Terry Price.