Tennis South Africa

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Tennis South Africa (TSA) is the national governing body for the sport of tennis in South Africa. It is a not-for-profit organization, which "invests its proceeds to promote and develop the growth of tennis, from the grass-roots to the professional levels and to raise funds for and on behalf of tennis players and the game of tennis within the Republic of South Africa". The TSA is affiliated to both International Tennis Federation and Confederation of African Tennis. The association was created to standardise rules and regulations and to promote and develop the growth of tennis in South Africa.

Tennis South Africa Association
Tennis South Africa official logo.png
SportTennis
Abbreviation(TSA)
Founded10 August 2000
AffiliationInternational Tennis Federation
Regional affiliationConfederation of African Tennis
LocationBlock 12, East in Centurion, Pretoria, Gauteng
PresidentGavin Crookes
Official website
www.tennissa.co.za
South Africa

Affiliate MembersEdit

This is a list of provincial affiliated members of TSA, according to the constitution of TSA the affiliation of members has to be revised after fixed interval of period.[1]

Board MembersEdit

The board of the association comprises not less than nine and not more than twelve members; as described by the constitution of association. The board should at all time comprise at least 50% of members representing previously disadvantaged communities. The board members appointed for the term of three years. The current board members of the association are:[2]

Name Position
Gavin Crookes President
Riad Davids Vice-President
Richard Glover CEO
Hubert Brody Member
Gugu Ntuli Member
Shaun Liebenberg Member
Geoff Whyte Member
Anthony Loubser Member
Jacob Klaasen Member
Fuad Cassiem Member
Zaida Beukes Member
David Allan Karam Member
Gustav Fichardt Member
Muditambi Ravele Wheelchair Tennis Representative
Bridget Visee Coaches Representative
David Jaquire Schools Representative
Bertie Conradie Seniors Representative

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "PROVINCES MEMBERS". Retrieved 5 February 2011.
  2. ^ "TSA Board". Retrieved 5 February 2018.

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