Australian Tennis Hall of Fame
Established in 1993, the Australian Tennis Hall of Fame is one of the highest honours Australian tennis players can receive.
Established in 1993, the Australian Tennis Hall of Fame is one of the highest honours Australian tennis players can receive. Players are inducted annually on Australia Day during the Australian Open. Players are honoured with a bronze bust, which is unveiled at Rod Laver Arena before being mounted alongside the other Hall of Famers in Garden Square at Melbourne Park.
|Rod Laver (1993)||Margaret (Smith) Court (1993)||Roy Emerson (1994)|
|Neale Fraser (1994)||Evonne Goolagong Cawley (1994)||Lew Hoad (1995)|
|Ken Rosewall (1995)||John Bromwich (1996)||Sir Norman Brookes (1996)|
|Frank Sedgman (1996)||Ashley Cooper (1996)||Harry Hopman (1996)|
|Jack Crawford (1997)||Gerald Patterson (1997)||Fred Stolle (1997)|
|Lesley (Turner) Bowrey (1998)||John Newcombe (1998)||Adrian Quist (1998)|
|Tony Roche (1998)||Ken McGregor (2000)||Malcolm Anderson (2001)|
|Nancye (Wynne) Bolton (2001)||Thelma (Coyne) Long (2002)||Mervyn Rose (2002)|
|Pat Cash (2003)||Brian Tobin (2004)||Daphne Jessie Akhurst (2006)|
|Mark Edmondson (2007)||Pat Rafter (2008)||Wendy Turnbull (2009)|
|Todd Woodbridge (2010)||Mark Woodforde (2010)||Owen Davidson (2011)|
|Ken Fletcher (2012)||Judy Dalton (2013)||Kerry (Melville) Reid (2014)|
|David Hall (2015)|