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LTA again cites Covid impact after posting £2.6m loss

British tennis player Emma Raducanu. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images).

The Lawn Tennis Association, the national governing body for tennis in Great Britain, has again cited the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic after posting an operating loss for the second consecutive year.

In its latest set of financial statements, the organisation revealed it registered a £5.6m ($7m/€6.6m) operating loss for the year, but this was reduced to £2.6m once returns on investments were taken into account. Last year the organisation declared a £1.8m loss.

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