LTA hires first female president; Wimbledon profits down

by: Matt Cronin December 11, 2013

TENNIS.com

Britain’s Lawn Tennis Association has hired its first female president in Cathie Sabin from Shropshire, the Daily Mail reports.

The newspaper also said that at the organization’s annual meeting, it was announced that Wimbledon's profits were down £2.6 million to £35.1 million due to large increases in prize money.

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