Pakistan Tennis Federation

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Pakistan Tennis Federation
PTF
Sport Tennis
Founded 1947 (1947)
Affiliation International Tennis Federation
Regional affiliation Asian Tennis Federation
Headquarters Islamabad
Location PTF Tennis Complex
President Salim Saifullah Khan
Secretary Khalid
Official website
ptf.com.pk
Pakistan

Pakistan Tennis Federation (PTF) is the governing body of tennis in Pakistan. It has played a vital role in the development of domestic, national and international tennis in Pakistan, producing a number of young talented players. It also governs teams such as the Pakistan Fed Cup team and the Pakistan Davis Cup team.[1][2]

History[edit]

In 1947, the All Pakistan Lawn Tennis Association was formed after Pakistan gained independence from the United Kingdom. The Association later changed its name to the Pakistan Tennis Federation.[3] Election of Pakistan Tennis Federation held on 12 December 2014 and governing bodies elected newly President of Pakistan Tennis Federation Salim Saifullah Khan, who is former Senator/Federal Minister and Chairman Senate Foreign Affairs Committee.

International and national affiliations[edit]

Affiliated Units[edit]

The following bodies are affiliated with federation:[8]

  • Sindh Tennis Association
  • Punjab Lawn Tennis Association
  • Islamabad Tennis Association
  • Balochistan Tennis Association
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Tennis Association
  • Pakistan Senior Tennis Association
  • Higher Education Commission
  • Pakistan Air Force
  • Pakistan NAVY
  • Pakistan Army
  • WAPDA
  • Pakistan International airline
  • Pakistan Ordinance Factory
  • International Club of Pakistan
  • Pakistan Railways

Location[edit]

The head office is located at the Pakistan Tennis Federation Complex, Garden Avenue, Islamabad.[9]

See also[edit]

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