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ITF President David Haggerty said he is optimistic for approval, which he said would be good for the sport’s growth. “The money that we will make will go to the nations to put into their development programs for juniors and for the future of tennis,” Haggerty said Tuesday during a conference call.

ITF President David Haggerty said he is optimistic for approval, which he said would be good for the sport’s growth. “The money that we will make will go to the nations to put into their development programs for juniors and for the future of tennis,” Haggerty said Tuesday during a conference call.

ITF President David Haggerty said he is optimistic for approval, which he said would be good for the sport’s growth. “The money that we will make will go to the nations to put into their development programs for juniors and for the future of tennis,” Haggerty said Tuesday during a conference call.

ITF President David Haggerty said he is optimistic for approval, which he said would be good for the sport’s growth. “The money that we will make will go to the nations to put into their development programs for juniors and for the future of tennis,” Haggerty said Tuesday during a conference call.

ITF President David Haggerty said he is optimistic for approval, which he said would be good for the sport’s growth. “The money that we will make will go to the nations to put into their development programs for juniors and for the future of tennis,” Haggerty said Tuesday during a conference call.

ITF President David Haggerty said he is optimistic for approval, which he said would be good for the sport’s growth. “The money that we will make will go to the nations to put into their development programs for juniors and for the future of tennis,” Haggerty said Tuesday during a conference call.

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