and you have to keep your head in the game.
You don't really want to give that up - and for me it's tennis.
That is why you play tennis, because you love the sport and try to be the best you can at it.
Just go out there and do what you have to do. Losing is not my enemy, fear of losing is my enemy
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Tennis began in Bahrain the mid 1960's by a group of the expat communities in Bahrain, as Public Security Club, Bahrain Tennis Club, Awali Club and the Indian Club were the venues where the game was first practiced until the beginning of the 1970's. The Public Security Club was home to most of the local tennis activities.
The Bahraini Tennis Federation (BTF) was founded in early April 1980, under the presidency of Dr. Tawfiq Abdel Rahman Al Moayyed. The federation's main objective was to make Bahrain the centre of the game launch in the Gulf region, as a centre to develop the game in the GCC was established.
International Tennis Federation Development Office head Mr. Doug McCurdy, along with Barbara Wank and Jeremy Scheel, were in charge of the centre, which provided several training courses for national team players, referees and coaches from all over the GCC.
Bahrain was a pioneer in organizing GCC tournaments, as it organized the first GCC Junior Championship in 1982, when Bahrain won the first places in all its categories.
The BTF became affiliated to the International Tennis Federation in 1982. And in 1985, they joined the Asian Tennis Federation. The BTF also joined the GCC Tennis Organising Committee in the year 1986.
The Presidency of the federation as follows:
Bahrain Tennis Federation is the official location for Tennis in the Kingdom of Bahrain and has always strived to promote and develop the game of Tennis.
We are seeking the assistance of other firms, companies by sponsoring our tennis events which will certainly be a successful joint venture that will assist in the Bahrain Tennis Federation mission.
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