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: Tomljanovic breaks through
2 December, 2019

Ajla Tomljanovic celebrates her first singles win for Australia during the 2019 Fed Cup final against France in Perth. (Getty Images).Newcombe Medal nominee Ajla Tomljanovic enjoyed an impressive 2019, cracking the top 40, reaching five WTA quarterfinals and making her Australian Fed Cup debut.
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Newcombe Medal: Millman consolidates gains
1 December, 2019

John Millman (Getty Images)Newcombe Medal nominee John Millman completed a second straight top-50 season in 2019, with the main highlight a run to the ATP 500 final in Tokyo, Japan.
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Newcombe Medal: De Minaur attains new heights
30 November, 2019

Alex de Minaur hoists the trophy after winning the Sydney International ATP title. (Getty Images)Alex de Minaur won his first three career ATP titles, broke into the top 20 and went undefeated for Australia in Davis Cup play, ending 2019 with a Newcombe Medal nomination.
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Newcombe Medal: Barty’s banner 2019 season
29 November, 2019

PARIS, FRANCE - JUNE 08: Ashleigh Barty of Australia celebrates victory with the trophy following the ladies singles final against Marketa Vondrousova of The Czech Republic during Day fourteen of the 2019 French Open at Roland Garros on June 08, 2019 in Paris, France. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)A rise to world No.1, four titles -- including her first major singles trophy at Roland Garros -- and stellar Australian representation highlight a memorable season for Ash Barty.
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