CANCUN, Mexico -- David Haggerty was reelected president of the International Tennis Federation, receiving more than 70% of the vote Sunday.
Haggerty, an American, will serve a four-year term that ends in 2027. This will be his third term; he originally was chosen as ITF president in 2015.
He got 318 of the 436 votes cast at the ITF's annual general meeting, which is about 73% -- and nearly 100 more than the 219 needed.
Dietloff von Arnim, the president of the German Tennis Federation, was the other finalist for the ITF's top job.