Held on the evening of Monday 2 December in the Palladium Ballroom at Melbourne’s Crown Entertainment Complex, the Newcombe Medal, Australian Tennis Awards presents a unique opportunity to celebrate the year in tennis with legends of the past and the greats of today.

The Awards
Celebrate and recognise the performances, achievements and contributions made by members of the tennis family each year.
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The Event
A unique opportunity to celebrate the year in tennis with legends of the past and the greats of today. Tickets available soon.
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Honour Roll
All the Australian Tennis Awards recipients from when the awards were introduced in 2010.
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Newcombe Medal News

Newcombe Medal: Dellacqua’s career-best season recognised
19 November, 2014

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 17:  Casey Dellacqua of Australia celebrates winning her third round match against Jie Zheng of China during day five of the 2014 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 17, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia.  (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)UPDATE: Casey Dellacqua's career-best season in 2014 has seen the 29-year-old honoured as a finalist for the prestigious Newcombe Medal.
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Newcombe Medal: Hewitt in line for back-to-back awards
18 November, 2014

Lleyton Hewitt, Newcombe Medal, Australian Tennis Awards 2013. GETTY IMAGESLleyton Hewitt will attempt to win the highest individual honour in Australian tennis for the second straight year at Monday night's Newcombe Medal.
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Stosur, Hewitt, Dellacqua, Kyrgios nominated for Newcombe Medal
23 October, 2014

(L-R) Sam Stosur, Nick Kyrgios, Casey Dellacqua and Lleyton Hewitt have been named finalists for the Newcombe Medal; Getty ImagesTop-ranked Australians Sam Stosur and Lleyton Hewitt, alongside resurgent Casey Dellacqua and rising star Nick Kyrgios, are this year’s Newcombe Medal finalists.
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PWID profile: Kelly Wren
7 August, 2014

Kelly Wren (R) poses with Australian tennis legend Neale Fraser after winning the award for Most Outstanding Athlete with a Disability at the 2011 Newcombe Medal Australian Tennis Awards; Tennis AustraliaBeing the main focus of her life, tennis has opened multiple doors for Kelly Wren including high-level competitive opportunities, full-time employment, the chance to meet stars…
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