Royal Belgian Tennis Federation
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The Royal Belgian Tennis Federation ((オランダ語:Koninklijke Belgische Tennisbond); ) is an organisation set up in 1902 that formally takes charge of tennis in Belgium. From 1979 on, most tasks are executed by the tennis branches of the Flemish and Francophone Communities. The Belgian Federation is one of the 15 inaugural members of the International Tennis Federation.〔(【引用サイトリンク】 publisher = International Tennis Federation )〕 Its headquarters are located in the Brussels Capital Region, in the municipality of Ixelles.〔(【引用サイトリンク】 publisher = Royal Belgian Tennis Federation )〕
On 23 March 1902 the Belgian Lawn Tennis League was founded by 12 tennis clubs. In 1914 the name was changed into Belgian Lawn Tennis Federation and in 1931 the predicate "Royal" was added.
Since 1979, all tennis administration - including the organisation, co-ordination and promotion of tennis - is taken care of by the local leagues of the respective Flemish and Francophone Communities.〔 ''Tennis Vlaanderen'' (previously ''Vlaamse Tennisvereniging'') is the Flemish wing, and ''Association Francophone de Tennis'' is the association of French-speaking Belgium.
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