Board Member

David Haggerty was appointed to the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee board of directors in January 2020.

Haggerty currently serves as the president of the International Tennis Federation. He was elected president of the ITF in September 2015 and re-elected for a second term in September 2019. Additionally, he was elected to membership in the International Olympic Committee in January 2020.

Previously, Haggerty served as chair, CEO and president of the USTA board of directors, and chair of the US Open. He additionally served as chair, CEO and president of Head USA and president of Penn Racquet Sports for 14 years before retiring to focus on his volunteer roles with the USTA.

Prior to his tenure with the USTA and US Open, Haggerty was an owner of Prince Sports Group, a leading global manufacturer of tennis rackets in Atlanta, where he worked for over 13 years before becoming President of Dunlop Maxfli Slazenger Sports.

Haggerty is also a member of the International Tennis Hall of Fame board of directors and the Women’s Tennis Association.

Haggerty earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration and marketing from George Washington University in Washington D.C., where he was a top player on the GWU tennis team for four years and continued playing on the satellite tour in Europe after graduation. He is a member of the GWU Athletic Hall of Fame where he still holds the school record for the most wins in singles and doubles.