Yugoslav Tennis Association

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Yugoslav Tennis Association (Serbo-Croatian: Teniski Savez Jugoslavije / Тениски Савез Југославије; Slovene: Teniska zveza Jugoslavije; Macedonian: Тениска Федерација на Југославија) was the governing body of tennis in Yugoslavia. After the breakup of the state it was succeeded by several new associations.[citation needed]

The association was formed in Zagreb in 1922 and its first president was Croat Hinko Wurth.[1]