International Certification

 

In 2019, the RPT started the year with 22.798 certified professionals in 122 countries. These numbers confirm the hard work performed in the tennis industry in the last 30 years. The RPT was founded in Madrid, Spain in 1989, and it was there where it started its international expansion, which today has three divisions:

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DIVISION QUANTITY PERCENTAGE
Europa & África 16.414 72%
América 4.788 21%
Asia & Oceanía 1.596 7%
Total 22.798 100 %

 

The tennis professionals certified by the RPT are in 122 countries:

Albania Alemania Andorra Antigua Antillas Holandesas Arabia Saudí Argelia
Argentina Armenia Aruba Australia Austria Bahamas Bahrein
Barbados Bélgica Bermudas Bielorusia Bolivia Bosnia Herzegovina Brasil
Bulgaria Cabo Verde Camerún Canadá Chile China Chipre
Colombia Costa Rica Croacia Cuba Dinamarca Ecuador Egipto
Emiratos Arabes Escocia Eslovaquia Eslovenia España EE UU Estonia
Etiopia El Salvador Filipinas Finlandia Francia Gales Gana
Gibraltar Grecia Guatemala Haiti Holanda Honduras Hong Kong
Hungria India Indonesia Islandia Islas Cayman Isla Mauricio Islas Seychelles
Islas Virgenes Israel Italia Jamaica Japón Kenia Kuwait
Liechtenstein Lituania Luxemburgo Macan Madagascar Malawi Malasia
Malta Marruecos Mexico Mónaco Nicaragua Nigeria Norte de Irlanda
Noruega Nueva Zelanda Oman Pakistán Palestina Panamá Paraguay
Perú Polonia Portugal Puerto Rico Qatar Reino Unido Rep. Checa
Rep. Irlanda Rep. Dominicana Rumania Rusia Samoa Senegal Serbia
Singapur Siria Sri Lanka Sudafrica Suecia Suiza San Marino
Tailandia Taiwan Túnez Turquía Ucrania Uruguay Venezuela
Vietnam Zimbawe  Bangladesh

 

The RPT has done a phenomenal job boosting “Spanish Tennis”, by teaching training courses to more than 6.000 coaches in all the autonomous regions and almost all of the cities in Spain. The contribution to the development of tennis in the country speaks for itself, supporting coaches and academies that have generated all the wonderful players that have received so many international accolades in the last two decades.