Tennis Europe Conferences
Annual General Meeting
The AGM is the primary forum for Tennis Europe's Member Nations to propose and debate major policy issues. Every third meeting elects a new President and 8 Board of Management members. History.
The 2016 Meeting was hosted by the Moldovan Tennis Federation in Chisinau from 17-19 March.
Contact: Nadja Koran
Top Executives' Meeting
As the name suggests, this annual meeting (formerly known as the General Secretaries Meeting) is attended by key executives and decision makers from Tennis Europe member nations. High profile guest speakers from within the tennis industry and beyond ensure that the event regularly provides a vital platform for networking and the discourse of current issues. History.
The 2014 event was hosted by the Hungarian Tennis Association in Budapest from 25-27 November.
Contact: Magnus Grönvold
Tennis Europe Junior Tour Conference
The Tennis Europe Junior Tour Conference (formerly Junior General Meeting) is a biennial event designed to bring together tournament organisers and administrators from national federations hosting Tennis Europe Junior Tour events. History.
The 2015 event was hosted by the French Tennis Federaion in Paris.
Contact: Stephanie Kamberi
Tennis Europe Pro Tennis Conference
The Tennis Europe Pro Tennis Conference is attended by delegates of Tennis Europe member nations responsible for officiating in their countries, together with those responsible for entry-level international tournaments: European events part of the ITF Men's and Women's Circuits, and is a source of debate on a variety of issues, such as rule change updates, education of officials and so on. The event is currently held biennially.
The 2015 Pro Tennis Conference was hosted by the Romanian Tennis Federation in Bucharest.
Tennis Europe’s organises a major coaching conference each year, alternating between the Tennis Europe Coaches Conference and the Tennis Europe Specific Theme Conference.
The Tennis Europe Coaches Conference is the largest regular gathering of European coaches and has been held since 1975. The multi-day event provides an opportunity for decision makers and leaders from the coaching community to share knowledge and discuss contemporary issues, and is open to representatives nominated by national federations, usually catering to those responsible for coaches education and national team captains. The Specific Theme Conference was introduced in 1999 and, as the name suggests, focuses on a specific topic. The most recent edition focused on coaches' education. History
The 2016 Tennis Europe Coaches Conference powered by Polar will be hosted by the Royal Belgian Tennis Federation in Antwerp from 19-23 October. Further information will follow in due course.