MCC Glen Iris Valley Tennis Club

The MCC Glen Iris Valley Tennis Club in located on the Riversdale Golf course giving great views of the rolling fairways from the club balcony. All 12 courts are en-tout-cas in surface and the venue plays host to some of the largest tennis event on the calendar, such as the Federation Cup, Premier League Finals, AMT events and Junior JT tournaments.

MCC Glen Iris Valley Tennis Club is a membership based club with competitions both day and night, mid week and weekend. There is a strong social component to the club and members have access to BBQ facilities, a fully licensed bar, kitchen and new amenities such as a lounge area and plasma television. The club also have a function room for hire which caters for birthdays, receptions and conferences.

Membership to the club also gives you access to the two court facility at Roy Street in St Kilda. For more information about this venue please click on the Roy St. tab under play tennis.

Our Facilities

Explore our outdoor tennis court through Google Map to get the hang of the top-class facilities we offer to our members.

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Our History

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Glen Iris Valley – History

The Glen Iris Valley Recreation Club has a proud history which will span 100 years is 2023. Over the coming period, further club history will be added to our website. If you have any memorabilia or hi

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MCC Tennis Section History

After tennis courts were built for MCC members at the MCG in the 1870s, the Tennis Section was formed in 1879, becoming a key player in the development of lawn tennis in Victoria. MCC was the leading

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Club Coach of the Year Award –...

MCC Glen Iris Valley Tennis Club would like to congratulate Kane Dewhurst from the Vida Tennis team on winning the 2017 TCAV Club Coach of the Year. The George Gilmour Memorial Trophy is awarded to th

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Greame Cumbrae-Stewart – Aust...

Graeme Cumbrae-Stewart became a life member of the Glen Iris Valley Recreation Club in 1981 and has been a loyal servant of the club for the best part of  thirty years. The following article was pub