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

Stellar year celebrated at Australian Tennis Awards
26 November, 2018

(L-R) John Millman, Destanee Aiava, Rinky Hijikata and Sam Stosur at the Newcombe Medal, Australian Tennis Awards (Andrew Tauber/Tennis Australia)Ash Barty, Alex de Minaur, Casey Dellacqua, Darren Cahill, Destanee Aiava and Rinky Hijikata were among 16 award winners on Monday night at the Newcombe Medal, Australian Tennis…
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Newks18: Millman produces career-best season
23 November, 2018

John Millman defeated Roger Federer in the fourth round at the US Open to reach his first Grand Slam quarterfinal; Getty ImagesJohn Millman's Grand Slam breakthrough in his 13th professional season was a highlight in a banner year that saw him nominated for the Newcombe Medal.
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Newks18: De Minaur enjoys breakthrough season
22 November, 2018

MILAN, ITALY - NOVEMBER 09:  Alex de Minaur of Australia celebrates victory after his semi final victory against Jaume Munar of Spain during Day Four of the Next Gen ATP Finals at Fiera Milano Rho on November 9, 2018 in Milan, Italy.  (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)Alex de Minaur began 2018 outside the top 200. The teenager ended the year on the cusp of the top 30 and nominated for the Newcombe Medal.
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Newks18: Brilliant Barty consolidates gains
21 November, 2018

Ash Barty in action at Australian Open 2018, where she reached the third round; Getty ImagesA second straight top-20 season and success in both singles and doubles were highlights of a banner 2018 for Australia's No.1 player Ash Barty.
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