The Confederation of African Tennis will have its Annual General Meeting (AGM) from 14 – 15 June in Madagascar’s capital city, Antananarivo.

The two-day gathering, which is organized by the African tennis governing body in conjunction with the Malagasy Tennis Federeation, will draw delegates from over 60 CAT affiliate federations, including Nigeria’s.

The President of the Nigeria Tennis Federation, Engr. Dayo Akindoju will be among those attending, alongside the NTF Secretary-General, Mrs. Mariam Akande, the former NTF Vice President, Mr. Yemi Owoseni, and the President of Wheelchair Tennis in Africa, Engr. Sani Ndanusa, who was a former Vice Presdient of the CAT and former President of the NTF, also.

Among the programmes of event at the AGM in Madagascar will be the election of the CAT Presdient and that of the CAT Vice Presdients.

The Confederation of African Tennis comprises five zones—Zone I (Northern Africa), Zone II (West Africa),  Zone III (Central Africa),  Zone IV (Eastern Africa), and Zone V (Southern Africa)—all of which will have representatives at the General Meeting in Antananarivo.

The President of the CAT, Tarak Cherif of Tunisia will be joined by David Haggerty, who’s the Presdient of the International Tennis Federation, the world’s governing body.

Furthermore, a presentation about the update on the ITF World Tennis Tour by Ms. Jackie Nesbitt, the Executive Director, ITF Circuits, will be done during the event, as well as the appointment of the CAT Auditor and fixing the next CAT Annual General Meeting.

The 2018 AGM was hosted in Rwanda.