PLAYER PROFILE

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

ON COURT

  • 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.

OFF COURT

  • 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: Jones heads multiple Wimbledon finalists
Emerson Jones in action at Wimbledon 2024. Picture: Getty Images
17 hours ago

Teenager Emerson Jones and doubles combination Max Purcell and Jordan Thompson fought for trophies at SW19 amid a string of Australian highlights.
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Aussie weekly wrap: In-form Australians excelling on grass
Ajla Tomljanovic, Rinky Hijikata and Jordan Thompson all posted career-best results on grass this week.
24 June, 2024

With breakthrough results and big wins, Ajla Tomljanovic, Rinky Hijikata and Jordan Thompson all starred at grass-court events this week.
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Aussie weekly wrap: Celebrating title-winning runs and career-best results
Alex de Minaur in action at 's-Hertogenbosch. Picture: Getty Images
17 June, 2024

Alex de Minaur is the first Australian to win the men's singles title at 's-Hertogenbosch since Lleyton Hewitt in 2001.
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Hijikata and Kubler back to winning ways at Australian Open 2024
Rinky Hijikata at Australian Open 2024. Picture: Tennis Australia
19 January, 2024

Reigning champions Rinky Hijikata and Jason Kubler charge into the second round of the Australian Open 2024 men's doubles competition.
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