Affiliated Members

Centenary Tennis Clubs Association

The Association of Centenary Tennis Clubs (CTC) is an umbrella group of clubs more than 100 years old, which includes some of the most pretigious and best-known tennis clubs in the world. Initially founded by eight clubs as a pan-European organisation, the CTC now has an extensive and truly global membership and is recognised by Tennis Europe and the International Tennis Federation. The CTC's aim is to uphold the traditions of tennis, as well as the spirit of fair play which is inherent to this great sport, through organising competitions and other sporting and cultural events; arranging tennis workshops and seminars; and generally supporting the activities of member clubs around the world.

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European Racquet Stringers Association

The European Racquet Stringers Association (ERSA) was founded in the Summer of 2001 as a partner corporation of the United States Racquet Stringers Association. The two organisations later separated and ERSA's extensive tests now offer more certifications including tennis, badminton, and squash with more levels up to Master Pro Tour Stringer.

ERSA International stringers can be found at every Grand Slam, Davis Cup and Billie Jean King Cup and hundreds of tournaments around the world for the last 23 years.

ERSA also provides guidance on a wide range of technical matters. Tennis is a sport of precision, skill, and strategy, and the right equipment can make a significant difference in your performance. ERSA-Tennis-Tech understands that finding the perfect racket, selecting the most suitable string and tension, and getting your racket tuned and set up perfectly for your game can be a difficult task and provides tools to simplify this process and guide you every step of the way.

ERSA provides a wide range of articles and videos on 'How to Choose a Racket', 'How to Find the Perfect String', 'Racket Tuning', 'Changing Grips', and much more: everything you need to know to find the right mix to play your best!

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