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ITF Presentation on CBT

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ITF Presentation on CBT

  1. 1. KEY POINTS – SUMMARY WHO WE ARE The Brazilian Tennis Federation (CBT), is the entity in Brazil with the MISSION OF: •overseeing, •regulating, •and developing tennis at all levels within the country. OUR AIM To offer the best service for the tennis community by providing •coaching education, •tournaments and •developing programs to all entity stakeholders. OUR VISION HAS ALWAYS BEEN TO Unify the Brazilian tennis community and our mission is to offer a trustful support to all Brazilian tennis community, •offering a transparent and centralized service within all Brazilian Tennis spheres in order to develop the sport in an active way along all segments and states. OUR CORE VALUES ARE •honesty, •passion, •discipline, •development, •and results. OUR 4 PILLARS OF SPORT DEVELOPMENT ARE: participation, development, competition, excellence.
  2. 2. PRESIDENT OF THE CBT Jorge Lacerda 1st term in the office 2005/2008 DIRECTOR (In Charge of all Strategic Development for CBT (Volunteer Basis)) CBT Chris Kypriotis (same dates) Where the CBT was when the we took over in 2005 (Overview Fiscal, sport, etc): R$ 5 million in debt R$ 400.000 annual income U$ 360.000 debt ITF (including 2 annual fees) 6 future events (5 men’s tournament & 1 women’s tournament) 4 ITF Juniors Event (Grade A, 1 and 5) 2.000 affiliated players
  3. 3. Chris Kypriotis 1st term 2005/2008 Major Changes: Administrative Reorganization/Overhaul Access to Government, Olympic Committee and Sports Ministery Funding – debt profile Tournament Structure Revised – Ball Supplier Contract* Partnership with Pro Tournament Promoters (CBT financing part of tournament expenses)* 30 ITF Pro Circuit Events (25 mens events & 5 womens events) Local Sponsors for ITF Juniors Events, Futures and Davis Cup (America Zone Group II) TITLE SPONSOR CORREIOS – 1st year contract R$ 3,84 million (65% total income)
  4. 4. Chris Kypriotis 2nd term 2009/2012 Title Sponsor Income grew 65% in 3 years to R$ 5,79 million (28% total income) Affiliation process changes (1/3 National Federation, 1/3 State Federation , 1/3 Club) 25.000 members in 2011 6 new sponsors – Mapfre, Peugeot, Head, CPFL, Brascourt, Nestle, Gilette Over 160 tournaments Second most Broadcasted Sport in Brasil 2 Million Tennis Players, according to Deloitte
  5. 5. Chris Kypriotis 2nd term 2009/2012 – Highlights 60 futures events (men’s & women’s) Brazilian Clubs Championships 6 ITF Juniors Tournaments (Grade A, 1, 3, 4 & 5) 15 ATP Challengers + ATP Challenger Finals Gustavo Kuerten & Larri Passos join CBT in various programs ex. Olympic Trainning Brasil Masters Cup (7 players ranked top 100 ATP sgl & dbl) Emilio Sanchez hired as Head of High Performance Tennis Development
  6. 6. Chris Kypriotis 2nd term 2009/2012 – Highlights
  7. 7. Chris Kypriotis 2nd term 2009/2012 – Highlights
  8. 8. Chris Kypriotis 2nd term 2009/2012 – Highlights – Boys Year 2009 2010 2011 TOP 50 ITF 2 3 5 TOP 100 ITF 4 6 7 TOTAL ITF 29 45 55 TOTAL Jrs ATP 11 20 25 Girls Year 2009 2010 2011 TOP 100 ITF 0 0 1 TOP 300 ITF 1 2 4 TOTAL ITF 24 32 40 TOTAL Jrs WTA 3 5 10
  9. 9. Inniatives for the Future Bring Tennis to the Schools Bring Tennis to the emerging middle class European High Performance Base Sanchez-Casal Center National Tennis Center Sao Paulo & Olympic Tennis Center Rio de Janeiro
  10. 10. 3. Centro de Treinamento CBT TÊNIS Guadalajara 2011 e Londres 2012 - Masculino

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