Photo Gallery of Rio Olympics 2016
The Asian Tennis Federation (ATF) is a non-profit organization affiliated with the International Tennis Federation that is open to all national tennis associations in Asia.
The ATF’s objectives are to increase participation in, facilitate development of and raise the standard of Asian tennis. There are currently 44 member associations dedicated to the promotion of tennis in their respective countries. The ATF works closely with the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and supports its member associations through the implementation of a wide range of programs.
Kei Nishikori stunned Andy Murray to reach the U.S. Open semifinals on Wednesday, holding his nerve in a breathtaking final set to move two wins away from becoming the first Asian man to capture a Grand Slam singles title. Nishikori clinched a dramatic 1-...Read More
China's Zheng Saisai upset the newly crowned Olympic women's singles gold medalist Monica Puig of Puerto Rico to lead three Chinese women into the second round of the US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on Monday in New York. Zheng, th...Read More
Saketh Myneni steamrolled Serbian Pedja Krstin in the third round of US Open qualifiers to confirm a spot in the main draw of the Grand Slam on Friday. Myneni who has beaten beat Krstin 6-3, 6-0 never played in the main draw of a Grand Slam before. Myneni d...Read More
Sania Mirza moved to the number one spot in the WTA doubles rankings after she teamed up with her new partner, Barbora Strycova. Together they beat Martina Hingis and Coco Vandeweghe 7-5, 6-4 in Sunday’s Cincinnati final. Mirza is set to take sole possession o...Read More
The 1st ITF West & Central Asia Regional Coaches' Conference 2016 By BNP Paribas Regional Coaches' Conferences form a very important element of the ITF Coaches' Education Program worldwide. The regional conferences happen every other year and in between...Read More
After a marathon battle, Andy Murray finally felled gentle giant Juan Martin del Potro in a grueling four sets to win his second Olympic men’s singles gold medal. An absorbing match lasting four hours and two minutes – ending with both players in tears – saw ...Read More