Real Club de Tenis Barcelona

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Entrance to the club, in Pedralbes

The Real Club de Tenis Barcelona 1899 is a private tennis club in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The facility has 18 clay courts, including a stadium court with a capacity of 7,200 and show court for 2,000 spectators. Since moving to its current location in the northwest of the city in 1953, the club has hosted the Open Godó tournament, a part of the ATP World Tour's 500 Series. Over the years, the club has hosted many Davis Cup ties of the Spanish team, including the Inter-Zonal final in 1965.

The first name of the club was Lawn-Tennis Club Barcelona.

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Coordinates: 41°23′36″N 2°7′2″E / 41.39333°N 2.11722°E / 41.39333; 2.11722