Edward Winter

  • Age17
  • 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


  • Represented Australia at the 2018 ITF World Junior Tennis Finals in the Czech Republic
  • National 12/u Australian grass-court champion 2017
  • National 14/u doubles champion 2018
  • Finalist 14/u Australian grass-court championships 2018
  • Finalist 14/u Australian clay-court championships 2018
  • National 14/u Australian clay-court champion 2019
  • National 16/u doubles champion 2019
  • Made ATP debut at the Adelaide International 2020
  • Winner of Gallipoli Youth Cup and Victorian Junior clay-court International 2021
  • Winner of Adelaide Junior International


  • 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.

Edward Winter in the news

De Minaur seeks Davis Cup glory at happy hunting ground
Alex de Minaur at Ken Rosewall Arena ahead of Australia's Davis Cup tie against Hungary in Sydney. (Getty Images)
3 March, 2022

Alex de Minaur will lead Australia in the Davis Cup qualifier against Hungary with the added significance of competing on a favourite court in his home town.
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Davis Cup: Aussie team spirit strong says captain Hewitt
Australian Davis Cup captain Lleyton Hewitt speaks to media ahead of the 2022 Davis Cup Qualifier between Australia and Hungary at Ken Rosewall Arena in Sydney, Australia. (Getty Images)
2 March, 2022

Australian captain Lleyton Hewitt feels team culture is thriving as the hosts prepare to take on Hungary in the upcoming Davis Cup Qualifiers tie in Sydney.
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AO 2022: Spirited runs end for Aussie juniors
Edward Winter competes in the AO 2022 boys' singles event; Getty Images
25 January, 2022

Taylah Preston, Zara Larke and Edward WInter exit AO 2022 junior events but each takes valuable experience from spirited performances at Melbourne Park.
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Aussie stars putting on a show at Australian Open 2022
Thanasi Kokkinakis and Nick Kyrgios are enjoying a career-best run in the AO 2022 doubles competition. Picture: Getty Images
25 January, 2022

Fan favourites Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis are back in action on day nine at Australian Open 2022.
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