Dress Code

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Members and guests are required to meet the Club’s dress code requirements at all times.

Failure to comply may result in a request to leave the courts.

Tennis Courts

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Not Permitted

Grass Courts

All white clothing is preferred but a minimum of either a top or bottom that is white, plus white socks, is required when playing on the Club’s grass courts.

Hard Courts
(En-tout-cas and Stadium)

White clothing is preferred but coloured clothing is permitted.

In addition the following is required on all courts:

  • All Members and Guests shall wear approved tennis attire.
  • Male Members and Guests shall wear a shirt with a collar and sleeves.
  • Leggings and compression clothing may only be worn under approved tennis attire.
  • Tennis shoes shall be those designed for tennis. Any shoe that is likely to cause damage to the surface of a tennis court shall not be worn. In particular, no shoe with a ripple or studded sole or with a raised heel shall be worn.
  • Tracksuits, jumpers and vests made for tennis are permitted.
  • No member or guest shall play tennis whilst wearing football, running, cycling, board, cargo, golf or walk shorts, leotards or other non-tennis clothes.
  • No advertising or lettering is to be visible on clothing excepting for the official KLTC logo or a manufacturer’s logo.


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Not Permitted

All Areas

  • Male members and guests shall wear a shirt with a collar.
  • No caps or men’s hats, men’s open toed shoes or garments with advertising motifs (except as approved for tennis or squash clothing) are permitted anywhere in the Clubhouse.
  • Torn or ripped clothes, even designer tears, are not acceptable clothing in the Clubhouse.

The Racquet Club
and Members’ Lounge

Smart casual clothing shall be worn.

The Hopman Bistro,
BBQ Terrace
and Members’ Bar

Neat casual clothing or correct tennis attire shall be worn.

We respectfully acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club stands today the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation and pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.
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