Keywords:tennis, management, national associations, national federations
This issue is dedicated to tennis management at national association or federation levels. These non-for-profit organisations are the governing bodies of tennis in their respective nations and play a crucial role in the context of promoting tennis participation and performance at all levels of the game. Articles in this issue cover topics related to their governance and leadership, their relationships with their National Olympic Committees, their culture and development models, their approach to highperformance, gender inclusion, player development, or mental health programmes, etc. This content will be supporting a National Association Management Course that will be launched in the ITF Academy in due course.
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