Courts can be booked online using the Real Tennis Booking (RTBooking) system or through the Pro Shop. Members are provided with an RTO number and password to book online.


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. Use the online calculators to work out the start score for each game. Use your RTO number and password ad used for the RTBooking system.


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  • Tournament

Australian Open Men’s & Women’s Singles & Doubles

RMTC | Tue, 9th Aug | 10:00 am

The best real tennis players in the world come to town to play for the premiere tennis tournament in Australia. Matches will run through the evening Tuesday to Friday and all day across the weekend so come down any time and support all the players. There are a number of players coming who haven't been here before so make them feel welcome.

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  • Clinics

Women's Intro Morning

Royal Melbourne Tennis Club | Sun, 14th Aug | 9:30 am

A chance to introduce a friend to our wonderful and exciting game. The professional will lead newcomers on court through the wonders of the game. Contact the pro shop to sign up. Sessions kick off from 9.30am.

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  • Tournament

Sherwood Cup Club HC Championship (h’cap 51-65)

RMTC | Sat, 20th Aug | 8:30 am

The Singles Club Handicap Championship for players of handicaps between 51 and 65. Come into the Club or ring the Pro Shop to join in the fun


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North African Handicap Doubles Tennis Tournament - Sat. 30 July

Friday, 5th Aug

daʿūnā nabdaʾ or, translating from the Arabic, ‘Let us begin’. And where better might one start than at the end; and so it has come to pass – the ending of the 2022 edition of The North African Tennis Tournament (NATT) with the Winners of the Final of this year’s tournament being none other than the Royal Melbourne Tennis Clubs’s own Jo See Tan and playing partner Will Carbutt-Todd!

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Victorian Open Singles and Doubles - Fri. 24 -Sun. 24 July

Friday, 29th Jul

Big congratulations to Michael Williams who won the Victorian Open for the first time over the weekend, defeating Kieran Booth in the final 6/5 6/3. It was Michael's first victory over Kieran after many years of playing second fiddle. His victory was the culmination of months of hard work preparing for the Bathurst Cup later in the year.

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Eureka and Larwood Cups - Sun. 17 July

Friday, 22nd Jul

A team of 8 men and 5 women came down from the high plains to play against a group of our players. There were a number of new players in the Ballarat team who improved significantly from the start of the day to the end, with the women taking their first win of the day in the last match.

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Quarterly Medal #3 - Sat. 16 July

Friday, 22nd Jul

Congratulations to the winners of their groups this weekend, they have booked themselves a spot in the exclusive Medal of Medallists on Finals Day.

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Clothier Cup, Limb Trophy and Australian Amateur Junior u21 - Wed. 6 - Sun. 10 July

Monday, 18th Jul

It was a great privilege for the RMTC to host teams of the best under-26 year old players from the USA and Great Britain last weekend.


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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