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Spanish Tennis Federation Names Fernando Fernández-Ladreda President

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 06 / 15

Fernando Fernández-Ladreda "has been named as the new president" of the Spanish Tennis Federation (RFET), replacing José Luis Escañuela, who "stood down over mis-management charges," according to the AFP. He said in a statement, "My first objective is to restore normalcy on bo...

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