BOOK A COURT (Updated)

Courts can be booked online using RMTC BookingSheet (updated from 1 Nov 2023) or through the Pro Shop. Your existing RTO (Real Tennis Online) number and password carry across to this new system.


Our team of Professionals make the members’ time at the Club a thoroughly enjoyable experience.The Professionals will help arrange games for you with players of a suitable standard and also give lessons and coaching for members.


Check your current handicap (singles and doubles) and your opponent's on Real Tennis Online (RTO). Use the online calculators to work out the start score for each game. Use your RTO number and password as used for the RMTC Booking System.


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  • Tournament

Platinum 70+ Handicap Singles

RMTC | Sun, 21st Apr | 9:00 am

Open to any players with handicaps 70 and above. A great opportunity for new players to get experience and practice playing with some of our more experienced competitors. Contact the Pro Shop or sign up in the Club to get involved.

  • International


Racquet Club of Chicago | Wed, 24th Apr | 12:00 am

This edition of the premier doubles competition is set to be held at The Racquet Club of Chicago. It is a 5 day event with 4 pairs playing two semi finals over the first two days. The final will then be played after a rest day in a best of 9 sets match.

You can see streaming of all the matches on the USCTA YouTube Channel by clicking here. Draw and schedule is published here.

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  • Tournament

ANZAC Day Trophy

RMTC | Thu, 25th Apr | 11:30 am

Come play some social tennis after the Dawn Service. It is open to players over 40 handicap and is limited to 12 players. Tennis starts at midday. Contact the Pro Shop to sign up ASAP!


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D Grade Night Pennant Final - Tue. 19 March

Wednesday, 3rd Apr

Congratulations Jack Slingo, Nicholas Smedley and Ruby Ponsford for winning the D Grade Night Pennant for 2024.

B Grade Night Pennant Final - Thu. 21 March

Congratulations John Moran, Bruce Harris, Rudi Michelson and Jo See Tan for winning the B Grade Night Pennant for 2024.

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Jim Bailey Cup Junior (u26) Club Handicap Championship - Sun. 17 March

Wednesday, 3rd Apr

The Jim Bailey Cup which took place on the Sunday was a day filled with improvement and good tennis. With Henry Wilson, competing in his first real tennis tournament, and Tom McNamara winning the cup, all 8 of us had the opportunity to showcase our skills and, most importantly, have fun!

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Bathurst Cup & Women's Bathurst Cup - Mon. 11 ~ Sat. 16 March

Wednesday, 3rd Apr

The Bathurst and Women's Bathurst Cups were held at the Royal Melbourne Tennis Club. Players came from all corners of the Real Tennis world to represent their country or region.

was victorious in the Bathurst Cup while the Rest of the World team was victorious in the second edition of the Women's Bathurst Cup.

Click here to read the full report from Alistair Curley

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International Women's Day Doubles - Fri. 8 March

Wednesday, 3rd Apr

A great day of social tennis was had to celebrate International Women's Day this year. Many thanks to Helen Schultz for an amazing job organising the day's events including tennis and lunch. At the conclusion of the tennis Ruby Ponsford was awarded the inaugural RMTC IWD Tournament trophy.

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Old Scholars Handicap Doubles - Sun. 25 February

Thursday, 7th Mar

Another very enjoyable day's tennis was played on a Sunday morning as competitors vied for the honour of lifting the Old Scholars trophy. Many close matches were played through the day but the clear standout performers were Helen Schultz and Peta Allsopp. They won every match in the round robin stage, some by a narrow margin, and then comfortably won the final against Peter Eklund and Mark Wallace


Real tennis is a high strategy racket sport with a pedigree that can be traced back to the twelfth century. It is the original racket game from which are descended most modern racket games including lawn tennis (now called tennis) and squash.

Real tennis is a unique game which provides:

  • significant physical and technical challenges for all levels of player
  • a demanding test of skill, agility, court craft and strategy
  • a handicapping system that allows players of varied ability, age and experience to compete on equal terms.

Real tennis is played by sports enthusiasts of all ages and levels. Around the world you might call the game different things – ‘real’ tennis in Australia and Britain, ‘court’ tennis in the US, and ‘jeu de paume’ in France – to players, it is simply ‘tennis’.

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