Pau - Real Tennis And Henri De Vaufreland
Pau - Real Tennis And Henri De Vaufreland - By Richard Travers
Softcover. 260mm x 200mm, 88 pages
Royal Melbourne Tennis Club Monograph Series · Number 2
Tennis At Whitehall - Two Hundred and Sixty Glorious Years
Tennis At Whitehall - Two Hundred and Sixty Glorious Years - By David Best
This book, reflects David Best’s long interest in a site that was the centre of tennis in England in the sixteenth century. Indeed, it has remained centre-stage, given that traces of some of the six courts built there abut Number 10 Downing Street. David draws extensively on the archaeological finds of the 1960s that give information not available to earlier tennis historians.
Softcover. 260mm x 200mm, 72 pages
Royal Melbourne Tennis Club Monograph Series · Number 3
Chase The Line - The Art of Michael Lindell
Chase The Line - The Art of Michael Lindell - Edited by Richard Travers
Softcover. 260mm x 200mm, 90 pages
Royal Melbourne Tennis Club Monograph Series · Number 4
Real Tennis In Geneva - From Faguillon To Pictet
Real Tennis In Geneva - From Faguillon To Pictet - By Richard Travers
Softcover. 260mm x 200mm, 93 pages
Royal Melbourne Tennis Club Monograph Series · Number 5
From Pillar to Post - Chapters on the History of Real Tennis
From Pillar to Post - Chapters on the History of Real Tennis - Edited by Geoffrey Hiller
From Pillar to Post brings to life some of the all-time greats of the early twentieth-century, including Pierre Etchebaster, Jay Gould, Eustace Miles, and Fred Covey. The book sheds a fascing light on the careers and other interests of these prominent player, as well as those extraordinary talented but eccentric tennis-playing families the Lyttons and Blunts.
Hardcover. 240mm x 160mm, 161 pages.
Better Than The Last
Better Than The Last - By Jonathan Howell
Twenty-three years on from Jonathan's first memoir, 'Better Than the Last' is an exploration of the endlessly fascinating character of Real Tennis and those who either play it, mark it at the highest level, or are merely captivated by its intricate rules and rich history.
There can be no more intimate perspective, too, of the mental geography of the sport's most renowned marker Andrew Lyons or the 2016 world champion, Camden Riviere.
Hardcover. 240 x 162mm, 175 pages.
Njinga - Breaking the Cycle in Africa - By Kate Leeming
When Kate Leeming is not being a Tennis Professional at RMTC, she is travelling the world on her bicycle.
Njinga, Breaking the Cycle, is the story of her astonishing 22,000 kilometre trek by bicycle across Africa. Over and over again it reveals the truth of Africa and its diverse people and cultures, a perspective gained by an intrepid explorer who has cycled the equivalent of twice around the world.
Softcover. 260mm x 187mm, 360 pages.
Out There and Back
Out There and Back - By Kate Leeming
Out There and Back is Kate’s personal chronicle of the 25 000-km Great Australian Cycle Expedition. The purpose of the expedition was to promote the importance of, and contribute towards, education for sustainable development. This detailed, often graphic, account of an amazing journey into the heart of Australia is told with style, humour and insight and is also illustrated by 300 full-colour photographs so you can totally immerse yourself in Kate’s journey
Softcover. 260mm x 187mm, 348 pages.
RMTC Members & Guests Tie
A silk club tie to be worn for any occasion and would make an excellent gift. Made in Italy.