Oceania Tennis Federation (OTF) is the regional governing body of tennis in Oceania. It was formed as a regional association of International Tennis Federation in 1993 with seven member nations to foster the development of tennis in the Oceania region specially main focus on small island nations (territories/dependencies) and Papua New Guinea as the structure of tennis in both Australia and New Zealand was already well developed. The organisation started with seven members now have twenty one countries in its member's list.

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  • Oceania Tennis Federation (OTF) is the regional governing body of tennis in Oceania. It was formed as a regional association of International Tennis Federation in 1993 with seven member nations to foster the development of tennis in the Oceania region specially main focus on small island nations (territories/dependencies) and Papua New Guinea as the structure of tennis in both Australia and New Zealand was already well developed. The organisation started with seven members now have twenty one countries in its member's list. (en)
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  • 1993 (xsd:integer)
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  • Cyrille Mainguy , Steve Johns , Bruce Osborne , Ernestine Rengiil , Torgun Smith , Wilfred Sacault , Darran Wrighton
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  • Member nations of Oceania Tennis Federation
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  • David Smith & John SHANNON )
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  • 1993 (xsd:integer)
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  • Regional
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  • Oceania Tennis Federation's official logo.png
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  • Oceania Tennis Federation
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  • www.oceaniatennis.com
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  • Oceania Tennis Federation (OTF) is the regional governing body of tennis in Oceania. It was formed as a regional association of International Tennis Federation in 1993 with seven member nations to foster the development of tennis in the Oceania region specially main focus on small island nations (territories/dependencies) and Papua New Guinea as the structure of tennis in both Australia and New Zealand was already well developed. The organisation started with seven members now have twenty one countries in its member's list. (en)
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  • Oceania Tennis Federation (en)
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