For the forthcoming two years, the governing body of the Asian Tennis Federation will have a representative of our country as its member.
Vice-President of the Tennis Federation of Kazakhstan Yury Polskiy passed to the Board of Directors of the Asian Tennis Federation (ATF) with the largest number of votes among 17 candidates.
Thus, in the next two years a representative of our country will be a member of the leadership of the Asian Tennis Federation.
“The ATF meeting was held the day before. The results of the current year and plans for the development of tennis in Asia for 2022 were discussed. The achievements of Asian athletes were noted. It is especially worth noting that Kazakhstani tennis players invariably get to high places. In our work, we will greatly focus on the development of children’s and youth tennis. The Asian continent is one of the fastest growing, there is great potential,” said Polskiy.
To remind, the Asian Tennis Federation is a non-profit organisation affiliated with the International Tennis Federation.
It is the continental body of the national tennis associations of Asian countries. The main objectives of the ATF are to develop and improve the quality standard of Asian tennis.