TIER I MEMBERS
The All England Lawn Tennis Club was presented with the ITF's highest accolade, the Philippe Chatrier Award, at the 2013 ITF World Champions Dinner on Tuesday 4 June in Paris at the Pavillon d'Armenonville as part of the 2013 ITF Centenary celebrations.
The World Champions Dinner celebrated the achievements of the 2012 ITF World Champions.
Britain's No 1, Laura Robson, has taken on Andy Murray's former coach, Miles Maclagan, to help her in the run up to Wimbledon after splitting with her Croatian coach, Zeljko Krajan, having just nine months together.
After a succession of coaches, Robson's management team were looking to hire someone with a background in the women's game but Maclagan's immediate availability could prove fortuitous.
adidas has signed a new footwear partnership with world number one tennis player, Novak Djokovic, who has been wearing the German brand's footwear for a number of years.
Claiming all six of his Grand Slam titles in the Barricade shoe, the latest model - the Barricade 7 - was debuted at the French Open last week.
The Organising Committee for the London 2012 Olympic Games (LOCOG) has published its final report and accounts for the six-month period to 31 March 2013 before the entity is placed into a solvent Members Voluntary Liquidation.
Over its eight-year lifecycle, LOCOG has successfully achieved revenues of GBP 2.41 billion through private sector revenue programmes and contained costs at GBP 2.38 billion.
With Andy Murray's withdrawal from the French Open, British interest in the year's second Grand Slam lay with the women when the event started on Sunday.
All three Brits are either ranked in the top 50 or, in the case of Elena Baltacha, have been in the past (in 2011), so expectations were high.
Spectators at this year's Roland Garros tournament are looking to the skies, thanks to Emirates' innovative A380 aerial camera created in collaboration with the French Federation of Tennis.
Positioned up to 45 metres above the grounds of Roland Garros, the Emirates A380 aerial camera has been designed to travel along a secure 350-metre cable throughout the tournament grounds.
British fans are disappointed to learn that Andy Murray has withdrawn from the French Open because of a chronic back injury first sustained in Madrid.
The British number one will now focus on preparing for the start of the grass-court season next month.
The BBC has signed a deal with the LTA to cover the Aegon International in Eastbourne this June after a five year break, showcasing tennis from some of the world's top male and female players.
Coverage will commence from Tuesday 18 June through to the finals on Saturday 22 June and will be broadcast live on BBC Two HD and online.
The Lawn Tennis Association appointed executive search firm Odgers Berndtson in late April to co-ordinate the search for the LTA's new Chief Executive, following Roger Draper's announcement that he will be stepping down in September.
The latest report from the US TIA states that the American tennis economy is up three per cent making it a $5.57 billion business.
The State of the Industry report, released by the Tennis Industry Association in the USA in late April, compares this year's total tennis economy figures against 2011.