Edward Winter

  • Age19
  • Born15 September 2004
  • Birth PlaceGlenelg, SA
  • PlaysRight-handed
“There's a little bit of pressure (being the No.1 seed), but I don't really focus on that too much. It's just a number.”

— Edward Winter, 3 Dec 2018

» Sonton, Winter win through to 14/u quarterfinals


  • 12/u Australian grass-court champion 2017
  • National 14/u doubles champion 2018
  • Represented Australia at the 2018 ITF World Junior Tennis Finals in the Czech Republic
  • Was a finalist at both 14/u Australian grass-court and clay-court championships in 2018
  • In 2019, was 14/u Australian clay-court champion and national 16/u doubles champion
  • Made ATP debut at the Adelaide International 2020, in the qualifying event
  • In 2021, won Gallipoli Youth Cup, Victorian Junior Clay-court International and Adelaide Junior International
  • Played first professional tournament overseas in Monastir, Tunisia in November 2021; won three rounds of qualifying and then first-round main-draw match
  • Debuted on the ATP rankings in December 2021
  • Selected as a Davis Cup team ‘orange boy’ for Australia’s qualifier against Hungary in Sydney in February 2022
  • Reached first ITF Futures quarterfinal in Champaign, Illinois in September 2022; cracked the top 1,000 as a result
  • Won first Australian Pro Tour title in Traralgon in November 2022.


  • Grew up in Glenelg, South Australia and started playing age five
  • Favourite players are Jordan Thompson and Dominic Thiem
  • Favourite hobbies are watching sport and listening to music
  • A fan of the Dallas Cowboys and North Melbourne Kangaroos
  • Named Male Junior Athlete of the Year at the 2022 Australian Tennis Awards.

Year-end ranking history

2023 746
2022 670

Edward Winter in the news

Aussie weekly wrap: Promising Australian teens scoop ITF titles
Rising Aussie teens Edward Winter and Stefani Webb both won ITF titles this week.
12 November, 2023

Rising teens Edward Winter and Stefani Webb were among four Australians to win ITF titles this week.
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Leading Aussie teens contesting Australian Pro Tour event in Queensland
Zara Larke in action. Picture: Tennis Australia
2 August, 2023

Eleven National Tennis Academy athletes are among a strong contingent of Australian players competing at an ITF tournament in Caloundra this week.
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Kimiko Cooper scoops back-to-back ITF singles titles on the Gold Coast
Kimiko Cooper, NSW, 15/u, at the Australian Teams Championships 2023 at KDV Sport on the Gold Coast on Sunday, July 2, 2023. MANDATORY PHOTO CREDIT Tennis Australia/ MATT ROBERTS
17 July, 2023

Aussie teen Kimiko Cooper has been a standout performer at a series of ITF junior tournaments on the Gold Coast.
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Australian players excelling on the world stage
Arina Rodionova in action. Picture: Tennis Australia
1 May, 2023

Arina Rodionova is set to skyrocket up the rankings after winning back-to-back ITF titles in Great Britain.
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