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Middlesex University Real Tennis Club

Founded by Peter Luck-Hille, the mission for Middlesex University Real Tennis Club is to make real tennis a more accessible sport.  The club has a wide mix of members from both outside the University, faculty members, and students. The membership encompasses a wide age range and ability. Real tennis is probably the only amateur sport that you can play that gives you a world ranking!


Social Play

Booking the court is easy, simply call or email. The professionals who run the club may also be able to find you a suitable opponent to play against.



The club professionals are on hand to coach you to your full potential. Lessons can help you with game play, technique and so much more.


Competitive Tennis

All members are encouraged, at whatever level handicap to take part in internal competitions either individually or part of the team and even those with a new high handicap are encouraged to play against other clubs against players of similar standard.


There are internal team matches over winter and summer in separate competitions which is a great way of meeting people and improving your court skills.



In terms of membership, Middlesex University Real Tennis Club has four subscription classes. These comprise of Full, Associate, U28, and U18. Court fees may be due on top. However, the club currently offers a superb introductory package, which includes three lessons with a professional and four games with suitable opponents.



There is also a pro shop on site which sells a range of clothing and equipment.

Outdoor Courts: 0

Indoor Courts: 1


  • Changing Rooms
  • Pro Shop
Middlesex University, The Burroughs, Hendon, London, NW4 4BT
02084 579568

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