The ITF produces numerous tennis publications, including The ITF Year, ITFWorld and ITF Annual Report & Accounts.
At the beginning of 2001, the ITF launched its official yearbook, The ITF Year, replacing World of Tennis. The publication is produced every January as a full summary of the ITF's activities in the previous year.
The ITF Year 2013 is a comprehensive colour record of the organisation’s activities in its centenary year in 2013. Now in its 13th edition, the publication contains:
- Features by leading tennis writers on the 2013 season
- Full results of Grand Slams, Davis and Fed Cup by BNP Paribas ties, ITF men’s, women’s, junior, wheelchair and seniors circuits
- Reports on the ITF’s development activities and Technical Centre
- Historical records of major tournaments and biographies of the greatest players
- ITF World Champions, Board of Directors and useful ITF and tennis information
How to order
Please visit the ITF Store to order the ITF Year 2013. Copies of past editions going back to the first edition (2001) are also available from the store.
Some previous editions of World of Tennis, the predecessor to The ITF Year, are also still available from the ITF. If you are looking for a particular year for your collection, please Contact us for details of availability and price.
ITFWorld is the ITF's official magazine and is published three times a year. The publication is distributed free of charge to eligible members of the tennis community.
ITF Annual Report & Accounts
The ITF's Annual Report & Accounts outlines the organisation's activities and finances over the last 12 months.
Development Programme Annual Report 2012
The Development Programme is jointly funded by the International Tennis Federation and the Grand Slam tournaments (via the Grand Slam Development Fund). The Fund was originally established in 1986 after The Championships at Wimbledon donated money from their event to development and shortly afterwards the other three Grand Slams joined. The purpose of the Fund is to encourage and increase competitive opportunities in less developed tennis regions.
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