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  1. Real Tennis (Shire Library) by Kathryn McNicoll, 2008-03-04
  2. Hard Courts: Real Life on the Professional Tennis Tours by John Feinstein, 1992-05-19
  3. Royal Tennis in Renaissance Italy (Single Titles & Reprints in Modern & Contemporary History) (Single Titles & Reprints in Modern & Contemporary History) by Cees de Bondt, 2006-11-01
  4. Tennis (Real World Math) by Katie Marsico, Cecilia Minden, 2008-08
  5. Tennis For Real: The Common Sense Training Manual by Chris Sheryn, 2005-06-01
  6. How to Make the Real Tennis Ball from Core to Cover by Sir Richard Hamilton; Anthony Hobson, 1977
  7. The Real Spin on Tennis: Grasping the Mind, Body, and Soul of the Game by Jack Broudy, 1997-06
  8. The First Beautiful Game: Stories of Obsession in Real Tennis by Roman Krznaric, 2006-09
  9. Olympic Real Tennis Players by Country: Olympic Real Tennis Players of Great Britain, Olympic Real Tennis Players of the United States
  10. English Real Tennis Players: Kenneth Gandar-Dower, Sally Jones, Neville Bulwer-Lytton, 3rd Earl of Lytton, Eustace Miles, Evan Noel, Jim Dear
  11. French Real Tennis Players: Charles Viii of France
  12. Palla: Tuscany, Siena, Grosseto, Real Tennis, Racquet, Jeu de Paume, Tennis, Pallone, Pisa, Prato
  13. American Real Tennis Players: Pete Bostwick, Ogden Phipps, Jay Gould Ii, Robert L. Gerry, Jr., Gene Scott, Tom Pettitt, Charles Sands
  14. Real Tennis Players: James I of Scotland, List of Real Tennis World Champions, Robert Fahey, Steve Virgona

1. Cambridge University Real Tennis Club
© Cambridge University real tennis Club 2001

Official site with news, views, events, results, and profiles. is under review. A new site will be posted shortly

3. Home Page Dutch Real Tennis Association
Records the history of real tennis as it developed in Europe.
The Dutch Real Tennis Association (Dutch RTA)
De Nederlandse Real Tennis Bond ( NRTB) Home History Pallacorda Jeu de Paume ... Nieuws "500 Years of Tennis" Students of Leyden University playing tennis (1610). This site deals with The Royal Game of Tennis , the forerunner of our present game of tennis, especially the game of Pallacorda as it was played at the Italian Renaissance Courts (between c.1470-1700) Last updated : 11/10/1999

4. The Royal Tennis Court - Hampton Court Palace
Find out about the tennis court built by Henry VIII at Hampton Court Palace. With a history of tennis and admission hours and prices. The Game of Tennis. real tennis Links. The large images within this site have been copyright protected using digital

he Royal Tennis Courts H ampton Court Palace ... he Royal Tennis Club Rooms
(bookable for functions) T he History of Tennis T he Game of Tennis ...
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5. Bristol & Bath Tennis Club
Playing the ancient game of real tennis on one of the few modern courts in England news, history, events, fixtures, membership information.

6. Sydney Real Tennis Club
They will enjoy some tennis doubles, coaching, beer and pizza.
Sunday, 23 March 2003
12 Dec 2000 - Full Article
Angell reigns supreme

A confident Rob Angell takes out the Club Championship title against 'giantkiller' John Kite. 26 Nov 2000 - Full Article
Club Championships Doubles

Adam Wearing and Andrew Robertson win the Club Championships Doubles. 28 Apr 2000
New Members Night

On the first Monday of every month, we will be hosting a new members night. Everyone is welcome, bring your friends and introduce them to the game. They will enjoy some tennis doubles, coaching, beer and pizza. These nights will be run from 7-9pm. Contact Wayne for details.
24-25 March 2001
SRTC versus Hobart (Hobart)
19-20 May 2001 SRTC versus Ballarat (SRTC) 2-3 June 2001 Club Championship H'Cap Singles (SRTC) 16-17 June 2001 Club Championship H'Cap Doubles (SRTC) 1-2 September 2001 SRTC versus Melbourne (SRTC) Site created by Andrew Robertson

7. The Tennis Bookshop
A mail order book dealer specialising in rare, outof-print, modern collectable titles related to Lawn Tennis and real tennis.
Welcome to The Tennis Bookshop Web Site
Welcome to The Tennis Bookshop Web Site! I do hope you will find something you would like to buy; if it is not here, let me know and I will try to find it for you. My name is Alan Chalmers and I am the proprietor of The Tennis Bookshop. I am a regular and enthusiastic player of Real Tennis. I started the business in 1988, and staged my first exhibition at The Queen's Club during the celebration of the Lawn Tennis Association's Centenary. On that first day, HM The Queen visited the shop, which was both an enormous thrill and a daunting beginning! Since then, I have taken The Tennis Bookshop to more than 50 major tennis events in venues including Amsterdam, Antwerp, Bournemouth, Brighton, Eastbourne, Frankfurt, London Arena, Nottingham, Olympia, Queen's Club, the Royal Albert Hall and Wembley. Although I do considerable business at public exhibitions, the bulk of my turnover is done through the mail, in response to quarterly newsletters sent to clients in 65 countries. I offer a comprehensive service in titles related to the games of Lawn Tennis, Real Tennis, Rackets and Squash Rackets. I maintain a massive stock of titles, where my watchword is quality. I place particular emphasis on supplying books which are first editions, in very good condition, without inscriptions, and most importantly with their original dustwrappers where issued. It is likely that these books will cost a bit more than elsewhere, but I take the view that you should always buy the best you can afford, when it comes to books.

8. Front Page
Oxford, UK, has had a real tennis court since 1595 and on the current site since 1798.Category Sports Tennis Real United Kingdom......real tennis In Oxford. Oxford has had a real tennis court since 1595and on the current sight since 1798. Tennis at Oxford is open
Real Tennis In Oxford
Oxford has had a real tennis court since 1595 and on the current sight since 1798.
Tennis at Oxford is open to all with Junior, Student and Senior members playing all year round.
This makes it one of the best used courts in the country. The two resedent pros Alan Oliver and
Andrew Davis
and on hand 7 days a week for coaching and Tournaments . Membership of the club
is simple. Just call in and talk to the pros, or click here for more information.
Find out more about The Club and Real Tennis: E-mail the pros Need help finding the court just click here

9. Real Tennis History
THE EARLY HISTORY OF real tennis. KING OF GAMES, GAME OF KINGS . TodayGrays of Cambridge are the only real tennis racket makers.
RELATED LINKS THE ARCHIVE CLUBS COURTS WHO'S WHO? ... EMAIL ABOUT THE HISTORY FEEDBACK It is now easier and quicker than ever to let us know what you think, so fill out this form and we'll get back to your ASAP... Name: Email: Comments: HELP Click on this text to enter the help area of the Real Tennis site, or type in address THE EARLY HISTORY OF REAL TENNIS
"KING OF GAMES, GAME OF KINGS" Real Tennis as it is called in Britain, Royal Tennis as it is called in Australia, Court Tennis as it is called in the States, Jeu de Paume as it is called in France or Tennis as it is properly known, is the oldest of all the racket games, and unlike most of the others, such as squash or lawn tennis, it is a product of evolution rather than pure invention. The game started to form into something recognisable in the 11th century. It started as hand ball, played by monks around the cloisters of monasteries in Italy and France, much as schoolchildren do in any appropriate corner of their school, and rules varied to suit local whims and conditions. Gradually, as monks travelled to other monasteries, the more enjoyable rules were more generally adopted, the more bizarre rules abandoned and people started to add features to their courtyards that improved the pastime, and demolish or modify others that detracted from it. The monks enjoyed the game so much that the Pope banned the playing of it, and by the 14th century the game had spread from cloister to castle and become a game of the nobility.

10. Real Tennis Professionals Association
Welcome to the International real tennis Professionals' Web Site

11. Nederlandse Real Tennis Bond
The Dutch real tennis Association (Dutch RTA) De Nederlandse real tennis Bond(NRTB). Nederlandse real tennis Bond (NRTB). A real tennis Court in Holland.
The Dutch Real Tennis Association (Dutch RTA)
De Nederlandse Real Tennis Bond ( NRTB) Home History Pallacorda Jeu de Paume ... Nieuws Nederlandse Real Tennis Bond (NRTB) Foundation The Dutch RTA was founded in 1986, after a group of six (lawn) tennis players of the Oranje Tennis Club in The Hague, had been invited to Seacourt Tennis Club in Hayling Island to get acquainted with real tennis. Present membership: Purpose:
  • The realisation of a real tennis court in Holland Stimulating the practice of the real tennis sport Trying to achieve an international level of play Initiating research into the history of the game of tennis, particularly in Holland
Championships Between 1987-1992 the Dutch RTA Since 1993 the Dutch RTA Championships have been held at The Oratory . By courtesy of Lady Rose a number of champion matches are also played in the marvellous, historical setting of Hardwick House tennis court. The Oratory, with its first-rate sporting facilties such as lawn tennis courts, 9-hole golfcourse and its indoor swimming-pool, has attracted a large number of participants. The present number of players taking part in the Dutch Real Tennis Championships is: ladies 4, men 20.

12. Real Tennis
real tennis News.

13. Real Tennis Links
present the most comprehensive list of real tennis links is maintained by http// do not have any current plans to maintain our
present the most comprehensive list of real tennis links is maintained by We do not have any current plans to maintain our own listing.
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14. Middlesex University > Real Tennis
real tennis. Welcome! real tennis at Middlesex University. Everyone wantsto have a go at the oldest racquet sport in the world. You can too.
Home Sitemap Advanced Search Back to your links ... Applying to study with us University
life About the University Business and services Real Tennis About Real Tennis Millennium Court Membership Facilities ... Pro Shop See also: Burroughs Sport and leisure
Real Tennis
Welcome! You are about to discover the amazing world of Real Tennis, the oldest racquet sport in the world, with clubs in Great Britain, France, Australia and the United States.
Real Tennis at Middlesex University Everyone wants to have a go at the oldest racquet sport in the world. You can too. Just come down to the Burroughs Club at the University's Business School on the Hendon campus to check out The Millennium Court where you will be given a personal welcome from our friendly staff.
You can contact us by email or 020 8411 6768.

15. Middlesex University > Real Tennis > About Real Tennis
About real tennis. An Introduction to real tennis By Bruce Millar.As a Go to the top of the page. The Laws of real tennis. The laws
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An Introduction to Real Tennis
By Bruce Millar
As a tennis player and all-round sports enthusiast, I was always intrigued by the idea of Real Tennis. Then, earlier this year, I happened to learn that several courts had opened recently, including the state-of-the-art Millennium court at The Burroughs Club, Hendon in north London. And that, I soon discovered, is one of the charms of Real Tennis - unlike almost any other sport I can think of, the world-ranked tournament pro, the club manager and the on-court coach are one and the same bloke.
This brings two great advantages: F irst, you can be assured as an ordinary player that the coaching you receive at your club is the best (OK, the fourth best) there is.

16. Seacourt Tennis Club
real tennis court and other sporting facilities. Hayling Island in Hampshire
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Seacourt Tennis Club situated on Hayling Island in Hampshire has a long and colourful history. The original building was built in 1911 by the late Mr John F Marshall as a private Real Tennis Court and remained so for many years. Following his death the estate was dispersed and Seacourt first became a club in 1954 when a bar was opened to complement the tennis and badminton facilities. Sadly, this original club was not a success and it closed in the late 1950s. The building lay unused and neglected for many years until, in 1966, some members of the original Real Tennis and Badminton Club purchased the freehold and established Seacourt Tennis Club on a firm footing. Under the guidance of these founding fathers and their successors the club has thrived during the past thirty-five years and now holds world renown in the field of rackets sports. Seacourt has the honour of a mention in the Guinness Book of Records, having the unique distinction of being able to offer enthusiasts all five rackets sports of Real Tennis, Rackets, Squash, Badminton and Lawn Tennis, all within one venue. In addition, the club offers facilities for Fencing, Karate and Ballet. There is also a fully equipped Fitness Centre, and a licensed bar where members can relax after their exercise. Seacourt offers bar meals and the club has the advantage of holding a Children's Certificate. A full a-la-carte dining menu is available in the relaxed surroundings of our comfortable dining room on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturday evenings and we offer a Carvery Sunday Lunch menu. The club is able to provide facilities for more substantial occasions, catering for weddings and private functions for up to 250 guests. Please contact our Functions Manager for further details.

17. Real Tennis Online - Home
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RTO FAQ RTO Help Desk Find: Club Search Club name: ARTA Comité Français USCTA DRTA ... Open Floor Latest Official Info details details details details ... details Australian Real Tennis Association Latest Official Info details details details details ... details ROYAL MELBOURNE TENNIS CLUB LADIES WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2003 Real Women ...Down Under TUESDAY 8th - SUNDAY 13th APRIL 2003 See the ARTA forums for further info. RTO Info Announcement Player stats and results pages are now available only to club members who have registered with RTO. This change is due to privacy concerns expressed by members.

18. Holyport Real Tennis Club
Go to List of United Kingdom Clubs. Holyport real tennis Club.

19. About Real Tennis
You are in Bristol Bath Tennis Club About real tennis Section Home. Backto B BTC Home Page, About real tennis, {printer}. Why Play real tennis?
Why not try Real Tennis New players are always welcome - so come and see what a great game it is! This section of the site will give you some background information on the game itself: Find out what makes Real Tennis such a good game for players of all levels of ability, age and experience in Why Play Real Tennis?
Learn some of the basic principles of the game and read about the court, the racquet and the ball in How to Play Real Tennis
Impress your friends and neighbours with your Real Tennis knowledge by brushing up on the history and characteristics of the game in Facts you never expected to know about Real Tennis
To find out more about Real Tennis please visit the website of the
For more info please call the club on 0117 973 3444 :: Site designed by mammoth

20. Why Play Real Tennis?
You are in Bristol Bath Tennis Club About real tennis WhyPlay real tennis? Back to B BTC Home Page, Why Play real tennis?
About Real Tennis Why Play Real Tennis? SECTION HOME WHY PLAY REAL TENNIS? HOW TO PLAY REAL TENNIS FACTS YOU NEVER EXPECTED TO KNOW Why Play Real Tennis? Click here for a printable version
One might have thought that a game dating back to the 14th century would have died out, but despite our high tech society quite the reverse is true. It is being played by a more varied cross section of people than ever before and the rules have hardly changed in 450 years. New courts are being built, and there are an ever increasing number of new players, including a substantial number of converts from lawn tennis and squash. Devotees of the game will give you many reasons for its popularity:
It combines elements of lawn tennis, squash and backgammon into one game
The handicapping system allows players of varied ability, age and experience to compete on equal terms - the outcome of a game of Real Tennis is never a foregone conclusion!
As well as providing a physical and intellectual challenge, Real Tennis offers excellent social benefits; fellow enthusiasts provide a welcoming and inclusive community, both locally and worldwide

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