ITF Tennis, under the ITF or the International Tennis Federation, has been holding tournaments for men women and juniors of all levels with an aim of spreading the game of tennis worldwide.
The ITF, which controls the tennis world by publishing the rules of the game, also holds a number of tournaments. These include mainly the lowest tier tournaments for the men players. These tournaments are said to compose what is known as the ITF Men’s circuit and it is this circuit where most of the men players make their professional debut in the ITF Circuit.
The ITF or the International Tennis Federation, which was founded in Paris on 1 st March, 1913, holds a number of tennis tournaments. These include the Davis Cup for men and the Fed Cup for women among the team tournaments. It is also involved in the staging of the four Grand Slams, namely the Wimbledon, the French Open, the US Open and the Australian Open. Till 2006, the satellite tournaments were also organized, but they are held no more. The ITF also holds a variety of tournaments for the young girls and boys in an attempt to spread the love for the game of tennis among them. Some of the famous players to have emerged champions in several ITF events are Bjorn Borg, John McEnroe, Ivan Lendl, Boris Becker and others.
The ITF or the International Tennis Federation is one of the major governing bodies of tennis of the world. It has been working hard for years with a steady mission of making the game of tennis popular among the people across the globe.