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Prize money increases approved on ITF Pro Circuit

Prize money increases approved on ITF Pro Circuit

The ITF Board of Directors has approved an extensive programme of prize money increases for the ITF Pro Circuit following a detailed review of the professional tennis structure more

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DID YOU KNOW...

The first ever professional tennis meeting between Belgium's former WTA World Number One's and Grand Slam Champions Justine Henin and Kim Clijsters took place on the ITF Pro Circuit in 1998. The match was in the quarterfinals of a $25,000 tournament in Israel and was won 61 76 by Henin who would go on to claim the title.

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