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Asian Tennis Federation

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Type  Sport Association
Membership  44 Asian nations
Region served  Asia
President  Anil Khanna
Asian Tennis Federation
Headquarters  Continental Federations
Location  169, Electric Road 12/F Manulife Tower, North Point, Hong Kong, China

The Asian Tennis Federation (ATF) is a non-profit organization affiliated with the International Tennis Federation. It is a continental body of national tennis associations of Asian countries. The ATF's main objectives are to raise the standard of Asian tennis and to popularize tennis sport among the people of Asia. There are currently 44 member associations who represents their respective nations. The ATF works closely with the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and supports its member associations through the implementation of a wide range of programs.


Board of Directors

The Board of Director is the elected group of members from national tennis bodies of Asian nations, the current list of members is:-


Asia is the most populous continent but tennis still remains a sport under development. Besides a couple of nations like India, China, Japan and Thailand who have produced some world class players, tennis does not have a very long and fruitful history. There are 289 futures and challengers in a year in Europe, while Asia in comparison only has 61 of these tournaments. Even South America has 81, where there are only ten states and where players from the other World rarely go due to remoteness.

Sponsors of ATF

This is a list of official sponsors of ATF:

  • Wilson
  • California Products – Official Supplier of Court Surfaces
  • Yonex – Official Racket of the Asian Tennis Federation
  • Rebound Ace
  • All India Tennis Association
  • Lawn Tennis Association of Thailand
  • Sri Lanka Tennis Association
  • Qatar Tennis Federation
  • Uzbekistan Tennis Federation
  • References

    Asian Tennis Federation Wikipedia

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