About the Foundation

Freddie Krivine, President of the Israel Tennis Association from 1992 until his death in 2005, wanted to ensure that all Israeli children, from all minority groups, have access to tennis.  

Today the charity, named in his honour, manages tennis schools in growing number of mainly Arab communities.  During the next school year, coaches from Tennis Freddie Krivine will be teaching tennis in more than thirty primary schools as part of the national curriculum for non-academic subjects.

Tennis Freddie Krivine will employ twenty Arab and Jewish professional tennis coaches, to run morning and after-school programmes throughout the year, and tennis camps during the holidays.  Tennis Freddie Krivine will be managing ten after-school academies, from Sakhnin in the north, to Rahat in the south.

Tennis Freddie Krivine works in partnership with local municipalities and schools, the Ministry of Education, and   the Sports Authority at the Ministry of Culture & Sport.

The charity provides grants for players to become pro tennis coaches with internationally accredited qualification, as well as employment opportunities.  Most of the charity's pro coaches are alumni of the tennis programmes.   

Travel and coaching grants are offered to promising young players.

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