International Tennis Federation

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International Tennis Federation

Governing body of world tennis, made up of 210 national tennis associations or corresponding organizations of independent countries or territories add

Category: Tennis

Founded in 2014.

Countries: United States (14%), (14%), France (7%)

Main connections: Aleksandra Wozniak, Milos Raonic, Laura Robson

Linked to: Israel Tennis Association, International Olympic Committee, Lawn Tennis Association, United States Tennis Association

 

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2015

As of 2015, the junior circuit includes 400 tournaments in 121 countries, open to players who are between their 13th and 19th birthdays add something

 

As of 2015, the ranges are Young Seniors ; Seniors ; and Super-Seniors add something

 

This tour started with 14 tournaments, but has grown to nearly 300 tournaments by 2015 add something

 

Aleksandra Wozniak - In late August 2015, Wozniak made her return at the ITF 25K in Winnipeg after a 11-month layoff following her shoulder surgery

 

Kathrin Worle - She played her last match on the ITF circuit in August 2015

 

Aleksandra Wozniak - In October 2015, Wozniak lost in the first round of her final two tournaments of the season, the ITF 50Ks in Tampico and Saguenay


2016

As of 2016, the ITF Seniors Circuit consists of over 380 tournaments in more than 72 countries add something

 

As of 2016, the ITF women's circuit includes over 500 tournaments in 65 countries, with prize funds ranging from USD 10,000 to USD 100,000 add something

 

As of 2016, the wheelchair tennis circuit includes over 160 events in over 40 countries add something

 

In 2016, 102 nations participated, making it the largest annual international team competition in women's sport add something

 

In 2016, 135 nations participated, making it the largest annual international team competition in sport add something

 

Melanie Oudin - In 2016, Oudin played mainly on the ITF tour

 

Laura Robson - In August Robson won a 2nd tier ITF tournament in USA. She was given a wildcard entry to the 2016 !US_Open (US_Open_(tennis)) Qualifying Tournament

 

Aleksandra Wozniak - In February 2016, Wozniak advanced to the quarterfinals of the ITF 25K in Surprise

 

Maria Sharapova - Sharapova was provisionally suspended by the ITF from playing tennis with effect from March 12, 2016

 

Maria Sharapova - On June 8, 2016, she was suspended from playing tennis for two years by the International Tennis Federation

 

Aleksandra Wozniak - Also in September 2016, she reached the quarterfinals of the ITF 25K in Stillwater

 

Ksenia Pervak - However, she returned to tennis on 18 September 2016, making her comeback at an ITF St. Petersburg tournament the day after

 

Ksenia Pervak - However, she returned to tennis on 19 September 2016, making her comeback at an ITF St. Petersburg tournament


2017

As of 2017, there are 211 national associations affiliated with the ITF, of which 148 are voting members and 63 are associate members add something

 

Aleksandra Wozniak - At the end of July at the ITF 25K in Gatineau, Wozniak captured her first title since 2012 with a straight-sets victory over Ellen Perez

 

Margarita Gasparyan - Gasparyan came back to tennis in late 2017, participating in an ITF tournament in Moscow

 

John Bromwich - He received a posthumous Davis Cup commitment *award in 2017 which was presented to his wfe by the ITF and Tennis Australia

 

Aleksandra Wozniak - At the end of July 2017 at the ITF 25K in Gatineau, Wozniak captured her first title since 2012 with a straight-sets victory over Ellen Perez

 

Aleksandra Wozniak - In October 2017, she won her second title of the season with a victory over Marie Bouzková at the ITF 25K in Stillwater


2018

Alize Cornet - In January 2018, Cornet was charged by the ITF for missing three out-of-competition drugs tests during the previous 12 months

 

Laura Robson - In March 2018 Robson teamed up with Hungarian Fanny Stollar to win the doubles at the ITF event in Yokohama


2019

Laura Robson - After eight months recovering from surgery, she returned to tennis on 12 February 2019 at the ITF W60 in Shrewsbury, losing to Liechtenstein's Kathinka von Deichmann in three sets

 

Lauren Davis - In May 2019, Davis beat Ann Li to win the inaugural ITF 2019 FineMark Women's Pro Tennis Championship event at Bonita Springs