Caroline Flaissier succeeds Amélie Oudéa-Castéra at the FFT

Caroline Flaissier has been appointed general manager of the French tennis federation

The French tennis federation has found a successor to Amélie Oudéa-Castéra appointed Minister of Sports and the Olympic and Paralympic Games on May 20. Caroline Flaissier, from the business world, has been appointed general manager of the FFT. Passed by the Total and Engie groups in particular, she “ will have the mission to develop the activities of the federation and the tournaments (Roland-Garros, Rolex Paris Masters, Greenweez Paris Premier Padel Major), in an ambitious and innovative approach, with a long-term vision. It will be in charge of guaranteeing the proper organization of the events of the Olympic and Paralympic Games which will take place at the stadium in 2024. “, according to the press release from the FFT.

Tennis and values

We have confidence in Caroline to continue to modernize our organization and carry out, in collaboration with employees and managers, the major projects undertaken since we took office. What she has achieved throughout her professional career as well as her approach to management and her listening skills make her the ideal person to lead our federation. “, detailed Gilles Moretton, president of the FFT. “ Tennis and its values ​​have always had a very important role in my life, and joining the FFT is a huge honor. I approach this challenge with as much humility as enthusiasm“, added Caroline Flaissier.


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