The numbers: The Tennis Foundation

The figures behind the charity that provides tennis education, coaching and facilities

The Tennis Foundation provides tennis facilities
The Tennis Foundation provides tennis facilities

£17.51m - The charity's income for the year ending September 2011, compared with £17.27m in the previous year. Most of this came from donations and grants

£11.75m - The charity's funding from the Lawn Tennis Association, its largest source of income

£3.337m - Free reserves at year-end. The charity said its goal was to hold reserves equal to a year's expenditure on programmes run by employees, but did not say what this was

£140k - No employee was paid more than this

4 - The number of international high-performance centres run by the charity. It also runs 15 high-performance centres and 120 satellite clubs, providing coaching, education and support

51,700 - The number of junior players competing regularly in Great Britain.

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