The ITF produces numerous tennis publications, including the Davis Cup Yearbook and Davis Cup Media Guide.
Davis Cup Media Guide
A new edition of the Davis Cup Media Guide is published after each round. Serving as a valuable resource for media and fans alike, it includes facts and figures about the players and nations involved, as well as a thorough archive of the competition's records and history.
Click on the image below to view the online version of the Davis Cup Media Guide or download the entire book as a pdf by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page.
Davis Cup Yearbook
The Davis Cup Yearbook is published (Universe Publishing) at the start of each year, reviewing the action from the previous season. It’s available for purchase at the ITF Store and Amazon.com.
DavisCup by BNP Paribas 2012 takes a look back at a memorable competition that saw Czech Republic win the 100th Davis Cup FInal with a thrilling 3-2 victory over Spain in Prague.
Author Clive White reviews all the World Group ties, combining match reports with a look behind the scenes and quotes from the leading players.
The 128-page book also contains full colour photographs from the world’s leading tennis photographers and a complete set of 2012 Davis Cup results.
Click on the flipbook below to view the online version of DavisCup by BNP Paribas 2012.
Davis Cup Economic Survey
In 2009, the ITF commissioned a report to measure the financial effect on tourism and other industries in host nations resulting from a city hosting a Davis Cup tie.
It was revealed that Davis Cup generates an annual economic impact of $184 million and also produces $53 million worth of commercial income for the ITF and participating nations each year.
Click on the flipbook below to view the online version of the Davis Cup Economic Survey.
Development Programme Annual Report 2012
The Development Programme is jointly funded by the International Tennis Federation and the Grand Slam tournaments (via the Grand Slam Development Fund). The Fund was originally established in 1986 after The Championships at Wimbledon donated money from their event to development and shortly afterwards the other three Grand Slams joined. The purpose of the Fund is to encourage and increase competitive opportunities in less developed tennis regions.
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