Chinese Tennis Association

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Chinese Tennis Association
CTA official trade mark.jpg
Sport Tennis
Abbreviation (CTA)
Founded 1953
Location Olympic Green Tennis Center, Beijing
President Lu Zhengcao
Chairman Miles
Secretary Sun Jinfang
Official website

The Chinese Tennis Association (CTA) (Chinese: 中国网球协会) is the national governing body of tennis in China. It is a non-profit, non-governmental organization. It is a cooperative member of the All-China Sports Federation. The CTA is an independent legal person and it is recognized by China Olympic Committee. The CTA is the only legal organization that represents China in world tennis organizations, including the International Tennis Federation and Asian Tennis Federation.


The CTA was founded in 1953.

Its highest organ of power is the CTA National Congress, and the secretariat is in charge of the administration work.


There are nine special committees under the CTA.

  • Coaches Commission
  • Referees/Judges Commission
  • Junior and Youth Development Commission
  • Scientific Research Commission
  • Press and Publicity Commission
  • Marketing, Management & Development Commission
  • Professionalization and Specialization Commission
  • Amateur Activities Commission
  • Disciplines & Arbitration Commission


The headquarters of CTA is in the Chinese capital Beijing.

Its new home is the Olympic Green Tennis Centre, which was used in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing

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