2023 Centenary Tennis Clubs Association held its 28th annual general meeting

The Centenary Tennis Clubs Association held its 28th Annual General Meeting
on Saturday November 11, 2023 in Barcelona.
Representatives from 12 different member Clubs attended the hybrid session
that was chaired by the organization’s president Jordi Cambra, also president of
RCTB 1899.
The Assembly approved the admittance of five new clubs: Singapore Cricket
Club, Singapore, CIF, Club International de Football, Portugal, Westside Lawn
Tennis Club, UK. The East Gloucestershire Club, UK, Real Club Jolaseta,
Spain, bringing the total number of clubs to 89 in 28 countries.
The Assembly heard details of the activities organized in 2023, when CTC
organized besides the regular CTC competitions, CTC colloquiums and
charitable events to showcase the social values the clubs can have with their
own community.
The Assembly also held elections for the Committee of Management for the
period 2023-2026, at which current President Jordi Cambra of the Real Club de
Tenis Barcelona-1899 was re-elected to serve a further term.
He will be joined on the committee by founder club representatives Lars Myhrman
(Kung LTK), Philipe Neve (Royal Leopold Club) Guido Schultz (LTTC Rot-Weiss
Berlin), Donald Macleod (Cumberland LTC) and Marc Gouzer(Tennis Club
Geneve). The member club representatives will be CTC Vice-President Petr
Simunek (I. Cesky LTK), Tom Hamilton (Fitzwilliam LTC), Guillaume Bouffard
(Villa Primrose), Matteo Carli (TC Padova) and Pedro Navedo (Real Sociedad de
Tenis la Magdalena).
Looking ahead 2024 looks set to be another year full of activities with member
clubs including Carrickmines (Ireland), I CLTK Prague (Czech Republic), TC
Venezia (Italy), HLTC Leimonias (The Netherlands) and TC Padova (Italy)
amongst those to have committed to organize events.
The CTC is an umbrella group of clubs that are more than 100 years old, including
some of the prestigious and best-known clubs in the sport. Initially founded by
eight members as a pan-European association, the organisation now has an
extensive and truly global membership and is affiliated to Tennis Europe and
recognised by the sport’s governing body, the International Tennis Federation.
For further information, please visit www.centenarytennisclubs.org.