ITF Wheelchair Tennis Tour was created in 1992.
International Tennis Federation.
International tennis federation
A standard tennis ball as defined by the International Tennis Federation (ITF).
In 1972 ITF introduced yellow tennis balls. The international tennis federation introduced the yellow tennis ball.
Stosur first played professional tennis in 1999 on the ITF circuit.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) does not have a standard for the shape or size of the "squares" or "mesh" of a tennis net. The only rule is: ". . . it must be of sufficiently small mesh to ensure that a ball cannot pass through it." Since a tennis ball's minimum width is approximately 2-1/2" wide, the width of the "square" must be smaller than that. Refer to the ITF links, below, for further information.
For tennis balls, the height that a ball bounces is measured by a series of tests. Refer to the ITF link, below, for further information.
it is managed by International Tennis Federation(ITF), the biggest tennis governing body headquartered at initially at Paris but moved to London duing world war II
If we are talking about tennis, The Australian Open is organised by Tennis Australia. It is sanctioned by the world governing body as an official tournament by the ITF (International Tennis Federation) and included in the ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) World Tour.
The International Tennis Federation lists a number of players from around the world who are members of the ITF, including men, women, juniors, seniors, and wheelchair players, both current and past. To find players by name and/or nation, refer to the link, below,
ITF dictates use of shock absorber in a tennis racket. It can only be placed below the bottom cross string or above the top cross string.