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International Tennis Federation

The International Tennis Federation (ITF), is the world governing body of tennis. The ITF administers and regulates the game through over 200 affiliated National Associations, together with six Regional Associations. The ITF is responsible for the Rules of Tennis, including the technical specifications for courts and equipment, and the running and enforcing of a joint anti-doping programme.

Tennis South Africa (TSA)

Tennis South Africa (TSA), previously the South African Tennis Association (SATA), is the national governing body for the sport of tennis in South Africa. Its a not-for-profit organization, which "invests its proceeds to promote and develop the growth of tennis, from the grass-roots to the professional levels and to raise funds for and on behalf of tennis players and the game of tennis within the Republic of South Africa". TSA is affiliated to both International Tennis Federation and Confederation of African Tennis and it is the National Federation to which WTSA is affiliated.

South African Sports for the Physically Disabled

SASAPD aims to provide sport at a mass participation and development level to all disabled athletes and to assist high performance athletes to represent SA at the highest level. SASAPD hold their Nedbank National Championships on an Annual basis for the various sports codes. SASAPD currently caters for some 16 sports in 12 regions throughout South Africa over 5 disability groups namely spinal cord injuries, amputees, cerebral palsied, the visually impaired and les autres.

International Paralympic Committee (IPC)

The IPC is the global governing body of the Paralympic Movement. Its purpose is to organize the summer and winter Paralympic Games and act as the International Federation for nine sports, supervising and coordinating World Championships and other competitions.

South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC)

South Africa's national multi-coded sporting body responsible for the preparation, presentation and performance of teams to all multi-coded events, namely the Olympic Games, Paralympic Games, Commonwealth Games, World Games, All Africa Games, Olympic Youth Games, Commonwealth Youth Games and Zone VI Games. SASCOC are also responsible for the awarding for National Protea Colours to athletes/officials who have met the criteria to represent South Africa in different sporting codes and arenas and endorse the applications for Bidding and Hosting of international events.


A requirement to play any international event hosted either locally or internationally.

Drug Free Sport

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