The Madrid Tennis Federation is a private, non-profit organisation, governed by Law 15/1994 of 28 December 1994 on Sport in the Community of Madrid, by Decree 159/1996 of 14 November 1996, by the other provisions of the current sports legislation in force in Madrid, by its own Statutes and Regulations.
Its OBJECTIVE is to promote the practice of the sport of tennis, as well as to attend to the development of its sports disciplines in accordance with the regulations of the Autonomous Community of Madrid and those of the national and international sports bodies that govern the sport of tennis. To carry out its work, it has a Head Office located in the District of Fuencarral, with a main building where the offices, cafeteria and other services are located. It also has 33 tennis courts: 25 hard courts (6 indoor) and 8 clay courts (4 indoor).
It also has a Delegation, located in Alcorcón, for the southern area, and also offices in Canal, Puerta de Hierro and La Bombilla.
The Madrid Tennis Federation holds the exclusive official representation of the sport of tennis in the territory of the Community of Madrid for public purposes.