IC Council News

November 2016
Osamu Ishiguro

Osamu Ishiguro

It is with great sadness to report the passing away of Osamu Ishiguro, a hugely successful member of the IC of Japan. Osamu was a former national champion in singles, doubles and mixed doubles, as well as a successful Davis Cup player and Captain. He was the first player to turn professional after WWII and was notably the first Chairman of the Board for the Japanese Professional Tennis Association. As a hugely influential and important figure in Japanese tennis, messages of condolences have been passed on from other ICs of the World, and the IC Council would like to extend these deepest sympathies to all his family and friends. 
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Overview of a successful Potter Cup Overview of a successful Potter Cup

Overview of a successful Potter Cup

The 2017 Potter Cup saw the first edition of a Ladies event alongside the longstanding Men’s event, which celebrated its 45th edition. And what a successful long-weekend it was! 
Enrique Morea Enrique Morea

Enrique Morea

It is with great sadness to inform the IC community of the passing of Enrique Morea at the age of 92, a founding member and President of the IC of Argentina for 20 years. 
IC lapel pins IC lapel pins

IC lapel pins

The IC Council has produced a quantity of IC lapel pins for use by ICs everywhere.
Eugenio Saller Eugenio Saller

Eugenio Saller

Eugenio Saller, former Brazil IC President, and later Honorary President, passed away yesterday at the age of 88
What to look forward to in 2017 What to look forward to in 2017

What to look forward to in 2017

After a successful year of fixtures and events in 2016, the IC Council and ICs of the World are now gearing up for another full year of fixtures for IC members across the board
Paul Hutchins is awarded an MBE Paul Hutchins is awarded an MBE

Paul Hutchins is awarded an MBE

The IC Council would like to extend their congratulations to Paul Hutchins, for receiving an MBE award for services to tennis. 
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