Head of Officiating Enric Molina to Leave ITF in April

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The International Tennis Federation announced Wednesday afternoon that Enric Molina, Head of Officiating since October 2011, will be leaving the organization in April, 2014.

Molina, who started his officiating career in 1997 and joined the ITF in 2002, has decided to change careers and will now become the CEO and Partner of “Big Match Player”, a new athlete management and sponsorship company in partnership with Alex Corretja and based from Barcelona, Spain.

“We are sorry to lose Enric but wish him very well in his new undertaking,” said ITF Executive Vice President Juan Margets. “He has been one of the world’s best umpires and has done an excellent job as Head of Officiating.”

Molina has officiated in four Davis Cup Finals, four Grand Slam Singles Finals, two Fed Cup Finals and two Olympics Finals.

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