International Tennis Federation (ITF)
Fédération internationale de tennis (FIT)
Federación Internacional de Tenis (FIT)
1913-03-01 Paris France
1 Mar 1913, Paris (France), as International Lawn Tennis Federation at a meeting of the 'Union des sociétés françaises de sport athlétique', evolving from an international committee set up by Duane Williams (USA), Charles Barde (Switzerland) and Henri Wallet (France). Current title adopted 1977. From Jan 1998, includes the former H-XD2848 - International Wheelchair Tennis Federation; since 2007, includes Beach Tennis.
Foster growth and development of the sport of tennis on a worldwide basis; perform the functions of world governing body; make, amend, uphold and enforce the rules of tennis; promote universally the development of the game at all levels regardless of age, gender or disability.
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General Assembly (annual); Board of Directors. Commissions (3); Committees (12). Membership open; meetings closed.
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