Tennis is one of the most popular sports in the world.
Its popularity has grown tremendously since its emergence in Israel and the United States in the early 20th century, and the sport has now become a globally recognized institution with numerous tournaments and tournaments held in dozens of countries around the world every year.
However, for some time now, tennis has been struggling with its lack of participation in the mainstream sports, including international tournaments.
In recent years, there has been a decline in the number of international tennis tournaments and, as a result, the number in Israel has fallen to the lowest in recent years.
This is despite the fact that tennis has a large following in Israel, and many of the tennis players are also Israeli citizens, and Israel has been the number one tennis country in the Middle East since 2002.
The number of Israeli tennis players has also decreased.
In 2016, there were more than 15,000 players in Israel.
But this number has decreased by a mere 5,000 in 2017, according to the Israeli Tennis Association (ITA).
In fact, in the first four months of 2018, the ITA recorded a decline of just 8,000.
The ITA has warned that the number is likely to fall further, as the country’s tennis federation has yet to publish the latest figures.
The ITA is an association of more than 70 players, including players from Israel, the Palestinian territories, Jordan, Lebanon, and other countries.
The association has said that it needs a new strategy to increase the participation of Israeli players.
This is due to a number of reasons, including a shortage of players, a lack of equipment and coaching facilities, and a lack or a shortage in tennis courts.
The Israel Tennis Association’s (ITAA) chairman and CEO, Shlomi Yadin, said that, despite the decrease in the numbers of players in the country, Israel still has a long way to go in terms of participation.
“In addition to the lack of tennis players in our country, there are also some other issues,” Yadin said.
“For example, there is a shortage or lack of courts and courts have been built, and these courts are being used by the Palestinians to practice.
This has caused a problem for the players.”
The problem is not limited to the players themselves, however.
“The lack of facilities, coaching facilities and tennis courts is also a problem,” Yassin said.
She said that the Israeli federation has not published its latest figures for the year, which will be released on April 23.
The ITA has asked the Israeli government to provide these figures.
“There is no such thing as a perfect system, but we are making efforts to make tennis more popular and we have made progress,” Yagan said.
In her first year as chairman of the ITAA, Yagan was in charge of organizing the Tel Aviv Tennis Championships.
During the tournament, the tournament attracted more than 3,000 people.
Yadin said that this year, the focus will be on the ATP World Tour, which is scheduled to take place in October.
“We are very focused on the World Tour,” Yadan said.
“We have to look at our facilities, we have to make sure that the facilities are up to the standard that we expect,” Yidan added.
“In the meantime, we are working hard to increase our number of players.”
Yadin also said that there was a need for additional support for the tennis coaches, and that she is looking into the possibility of hiring a tennis coach for the ITTA’s national championships.
The idea was floated earlier this year by Yagan and former Israel Olympic Association president Gidon Schleifer.
Yagan said that she had been discussing the idea with the ITGA president and that a proposal had been submitted to the ITCA, and had received the backing of the federation.
“This is something that I have been working on for a while,” she said.
While the number for the ITA’s upcoming national championships has yet be announced, Yadin has said there will be no shortage of talent in the coming years.
“I am sure that I will be able to attract the best players to the national championships, even if we don’t have the number that we need,” Yaden said.
The next national championships will be held in 2019, and Yadin added that she expects the tournament to attract more than 6,000 athletes.