Ashleigh Barty Awards and Achievements

Ashleigh Barty

Ashleigh Barty is an Australian former professional tennis player and cricketer. She is the second Australian tennis player to be ranked No. 1 in the world in singles by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) after fellow Indigenous Australian Evonne Goolagong Cawley.

Her dad experienced childhood in the provincial North Queensland town of Bowen where he turned into a Queensland and Australian delegate in golf and later worked for the State Library of Queensland.

Her mom is the little girl of English foreigners, was a state delegate for Queensland in golf in her more youthful years, and started functioning as a radiographer in the wake of resigning from golf.

Through her extraordinary grandma, Barty is an individual from the Indigenous Australian Ngaragu individuals, the Aboriginal individuals of southern New South Wales and northeastern Victoria.

She experienced childhood in Springfield, a suburb of Ipswich, Queensland, and went to Woodcrest State College all through her childhood. She has two more established sisters named Sara and Ali.

Ashleigh Barty Awards and Achievements

ITF awards

Fed Cup Heart Award: 2019
World Champion: 2019, 2021
WTA awards

Player of the Year: 2019, 2021
Sport Australia Hall of Fame

The Don Award: 2019[202]
Australian Tennis Awards

Newcombe Medal: 2017,
Female Junior Athlete of the Year: 2010,
AIS Sport Performance Awards

ABC Sport Personality of the Year: 2019
Female Athlete of the Year: 2019
Sporting Moment of the Year: 2019
Australian Women’s Health Sport Awards

Sportswoman of the Year: 2019
Moment of The Year: 2019
National Dreamtime Awards

Female Sportsperson: 2017, 2018, 2019

US Open: 2018,
Young Australian of the Year Awards

Young Australian of the Year: 2020

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