FTF

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AcronymDefinition
FTFFor the Family
FTFFirst to Find (geocaching)
FTFFailed to Find (geocaching)
FTFFace the Fact
FTFFirst to Fight (computer game)
FTFFill the Front
FTFFace To Face (in person)
FTFFédération Tunisienne de Football (French: Tunisian Football Federation; Tunisia)
FTFFailure to Feed (A self loading firearm malfunction)
FTFFight the Future (X-Files movie)
FTFFailure to Fire
FTFFreescale Technology Forum
FTFFirst Things First (Chattanooga, TN family strengthening program)
FTFFirst to File (patent management)
FTFFor the Future (various organizations)
FTFFit to Fly
FTFFailure to Fly (suicide by jumping)
FTFFair Trade Federation
FTFFarmer-To-Farmer (Peace Corps program)
FTFFive to Fifteen (parental questionnaire)
FTFFan Tray Filter
FTFFtb Index File
FTFFree Trade Fxp
FTFFace to Face
FTFFavorite Things Friday
FTFFrench Touch Fishing (France)
FTFFat Tire Festival (bicycle festival; various locations)
FTFFlee the Facility (Roblox game)
FTFFirst-Time Freshman (education)
FTFFirst Time Fix
FTFFirst Time Father
FTFFamily Tree Forum (website)
FTFFederal Task Force
FTFFrench Tennis Federation (France)
FTFFile Transfer Facility (online banking)
FTFFinalization Task Force
FTFFinalization Task Force (OMG)
FTFFederal Transition Framework
FTFFundamental Train Frequency (bearing vibration)
FTFFlexible Target Family
FTFFuture Total Force (USAF)
FTFFédération Travailliste de Football (French: Football Labor Federation; Belgium)
FTFFresher Than Fresh (Gastonia, NC)
FTFFugitive Task Force
FTFFor the Find (geocaching)
FTFFeel the Force
FTFFor The Fail
FTFFlash Text Formatter
FTFFor The Fame (band)
FTFFlexible Technical Foils
FTFFilter Test Facilities
FTFFederal Telecommunications Fund
FTFFiber Termination Frame
FTFFull Time Father
FTFFuel Transport Facility
FTFFreeTradeFXP (online FXP group)
FTFFront des Travailleurs Français (French: French Workers Front)
FTFFreezer to Fryer (food items)
FTFFurther to Follow (police)
FTFFord Truck Fanatics (automotive fanclub)
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Dear (Acting Philippine Tennis Association president) Randy Villanueva, what a very good time I spent last Sunday in Tarbes Les Petits As final watching Alex Eala winning a fantastic match,' began French Tennis Federation president Bernard Giudicelli Ferrandini on his Facebook post, which tagged his Philippine counterpart.
The French Tennis Federation tweeted the news on Thursday and confirmed that Mannarino, ranked 25th in the world as opposed to Tsonga's 19th ranking and picking up his first selection for the national team, would arrive at their training base at Albertville later in the day.
The France team was announced by the French Tennis Federation on Twitter ahead of Thursday's draw for the Friday to Sunday face-off against a Belgian team led by David Goffin.
Working in partnership with the French Tennis Federation and France Tlvisions, Eutelsat is enabling French viewers equipped for Fransat to follow the ball as it whizzes across the net at 250 km/h during one of the four Grand Slam tournaments in the tennis world.
The Russian, who was denied a place at the forthcoming French Open by the French Tennis Federation earlier this week, has earned enough ranking points since her return to the WTA Tour from a doping ban last month to take part in the preliminaries.
The French Tennis Federation this week decided against offering her a wild card either to the main draw or to qualifying.
The French Tennis Federation announced on Tuesday that the Russian, a two-time French Open champion, would not be invited to play at Roland Garros as she continues to return to competitive tennis following a 15-month suspension for testing positive for meldonium.
But in a stinging statement, French Tennis Federation president Bernard Giudicelli insisted the tournament was bigger than any player and said a wildcard could not be given after a doping ban.
French Tennis Federation president Bernard Giudicelli confirmed last night that there would be no invitation for the two-time champion when announcing the wildcards for the 2017 tournament during a live Facebook broadcast.
The French Tennis Federation claimed inviting the Russian superstar to play in the clay-court Grand Slam would have sent out the wrong message in the war against drugs.
It is my responsibility to respect the high standards of the game," said the president of the French Tennis Federation.
The 30-year-old Russian, who made her comeback last month after serving a suspension following a positive test for heart drug meldonium at last year's Australian Open, had hoped for a favour from the French Tennis Federation (FFT) because her ranking, currently 211, does not warrant an automatic place.