Anne Minter

  • Age57
  • Born 3 April 1963
  • Birth PlaceMelbourne, Victoria
  • LivesMelbourne, Victoria
  • Playing StatusRetired

Anne Minter won USD$682,839 in prize money throughout her career; her singles ranking peaked at No.23 in July 1988. She won four WTA singles titles: Taipei and Singapore 1987; Puerto Rico 1988 and Taipei 1989.

Minter was a quarterfinalist at Australian Open 1988, beating fourth seed Pam Shriver in the R16 when the tournament moved to the hardcourt surface at Melbourne Park.

She twice reached the R16 at Wimbledon, upsetting ninth seed Hana Mandlikova in the third round in 1988. In Fed Cup, she compiled a 20-6 win–loss record, helping Australia reach the final in 1984 where they lost to Czechoslovakia.

Anne Minter in the news

Six Australian men to contest Roland Garros qualifying
Australians Aleksandar Vukic, Christopher O'Connell, Andrew Harris, Max Purcell, Alex Bolt and Marc Polmans will compete in French Open qualifying. Pictures: Getty Images
21 September, 2020

Qualifying for the Grand Slam tournament begins in Paris tonight.
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Social round-up: Players starting to return to court
SMILES ALL ROUND: Ash Barty on the practice court. Picture: Getty Images
14 May, 2020

What have Australia's top-ranked players been up to? We've collated tweets and posts from this week to keep fans up to date.
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Anne Minter: A mother’s pride
AUSSIE GREAT: Anne Minter, pictured speaking at a Tennis Victoria Champion's Dinner, is a former Australian Open quarterfinalist.
10 May, 2020

As Australia celebrates Mother's Day, we catch up with former professional Anne Minter who reflects on her tennis journey and motherhood.
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Aussie triple threat in Strasbourg
(L-R) Sam Stosur, Daria Gavrilova and Ash Barty have all advanced to the quarterfinals in Strasbourg; Getty Images
25 May, 2017

Not since Rachel McQuillan, Anne Minter and Kristin Godridge in Moscow in 1990 have three Australians reached the quarterfinals at the same WTA event.
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