Tennis Federation of Kosovo

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The Tennis Federation of Kosovo (Albanian: Federata e Tenisit e Kosovës) is a governing body of tennis in Kosovo. It was established in 1996 in Peć. The Federation currently oversees nine tennis clubs.

As of January 2008 it is not a member of the International Tennis Federation. The federation's current president is Shkelzen Domi. The vice-presidents: Jeton Hadergjonaj, Arben Islami. It's membership application for the European Tennis Association was rejected in 2010.

Tennis clubs in Kosovo[edit]

There are some clubs like K.T. Prishtina (Prishtine), K.T. Sporek ([Gjakove]), K.T.DielliX (Prishtine), K.T. Wimbledon (Prizren), K.T. Trepça (Mitrovice), K.T. Drenica (Skenderaj), K.T. Rahoveci (Rahovec) and K.T. 99 (Gjilan).

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