Chile Tennis Federation

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Coordinates: 33°29′20″S 70°39′16″W / 33.48877°S 70.654321°W / -33.48877; -70.654321

Chile Tennis Federation
Chile Tennis Federation official logo.jpg
Sport Tennis
Jurisdiction National
Abbreviation (CTF)
Founded April 3, 1920 (1920-04-03)
Affiliation International Tennis Federation
Affiliation date 1924
Regional affiliation South America Tennis Confederation
Affiliation date 1948
Headquarters Cerro Colorado 4661
Location Las Condes, Santiago
President Ulises Cerda Pecarevic[1]
Secretary Víctor Solari Maureira[1]
Men's coach Nicolás Massú (Davis Cup)
Women's coach Belus Prajoux (Fed Cup)
Official website
www.fetech.cl
Chile

Chile Tennis Federation (Spanish: Federación de Tenis de Chile) is the national governing body of a tennis in Chile. The federation was formed on April 3, 1920 in Santiago, under the name of the Lawn Tennis Association of Chile (LTAC). In 1948 LTAC joined the International Tennis Federation. At the national level it is affiliated to the Chilean Olympic Committee and on region basis it is the member of South America Tennis Confederation.[2]

Chile Tennis Federation operates all of the Chilean national representative tennis sides, including the Chile Davis Cup team, the Chile Fed Cup team and youth sides as well. CTF is also responsible for organizing and hosting tennis tournaments within Chile and scheduling the home international fixtures.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Directorio". fetech.cl (in Spanish). Retrieved August 15, 2016. 
  2. ^ "Statues of the Federation" (PDF). fetech.cl (in Spanish). Retrieved August 15, 2016.