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Sport Tennis superstar Ash Barty credits the 'unconditional love' she receives from her parents for spurring her rise to world No.1

01:00  03 december  2019
01:00  03 december  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Aussie tennis superstar Ash Barty is being snubbed at Wimbledon. “ She called her ‘nice’ and ‘cute’ and didn’t acknowledge she was the best player in the world and I thought that was, honestly Barty said she hadn’t seen Groth’s comments but gave an explanation for why Williams missed her rise to

A Ashleigh Barty hitting a ball with a racket: The humble superstar paid a heartfelt tribute to her mother Josie, father Robert and first coach Jim Joyce after winning the Newcombe Medal© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The humble superstar paid a heartfelt tribute to her mother Josie, father Robert and first coach Jim Joyce after winning the Newcombe Medal shleigh Barty has credited the 'unconditional love' from her parents for her Hollywood-style rise to world No.1 tennis player.

The humble superstar paid a heartfelt tribute to her mother Josie, father Robert and first coach Jim Joyce after winning the Newcombe Medal for the third straight year as Australia's most outstanding performer of 2019.

Never in doubt, Barty formally received her award at tennis' night of nights at Melbourne's Crown Palladium on Monday.

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Ashleigh Barty will rise to world No 2 after winning her maiden grand slam title at Roland Garros. Photograph: Dave Shopland/BPI/Shutterstock. From her family – her parents and her two sisters – to her team, and coach Craig Tyzzer, Barty almost always speaks of “we” when it comes to describing

Ashleigh Barty posing for a picture: Ashleigh Barty has credited the 'unconditional love' from her parents for her Hollywood-style rise to world No.1 tennis player© Provided by Daily Mail Ashleigh Barty has credited the 'unconditional love' from her parents for her Hollywood-style rise to world No.1 tennis player

Typically, though, rather than bask in her own glory, Barty said success of Australian tennis was not about individuals like her.

'It takes a village. We're a tennis family and I'm very humbled to be here tonight again,' said the French Open and world No.1.

'I'm extremely fortunate to have such an amazing network around me. It's very special to have mum, dad and my very first coach - Jim - here.

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PARIS -- Ash Barty was only 15 when she won the junior title at Wimbledon, a prodigy with a slice-and-dice game style tailor-made for grass. Had she not taken an 18-month break, Barty says, she would have given up tennis entirely. I love this sport, and I 'm very lucky to be in the position I am now.

Unconditional love is known as affection without any limitations, or love without conditions. This term is sometimes associated with other terms such as true altruism or complete love .

'They gave me the unconditional love and support time and time again in all bad times.

'In good times, they're always there and there a few words they said to me: 'I love to watch you play'.

'When your mum and dad says that to you, when your coach says that to you, that makes the heart race a little bit - like it's racing right now.

'Honestly, it's been incredible and I'm very grateful they're here tonight to share it with me as well.'

During an unforgettable season, Barty became Australia's first French Open champion since Margaret Court in 1973 and the country's first women's world No.1 since Evonne Goolagong Cawley in 1976.

She was also the first-ever Australian woman to secure the year-end top ranking - and first Aussie since Lleyton Hewitt to do so in 2002.

Barty crowned her spectacular season in ultimate fashion by beating four top-eight rivals in eight days to win the prestigious WTA Finals in Shenzhen and, with it, $6.4 million - the biggest cheque in tennis history.

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Ash Barty 's childhood. Ash started her tennis career at the tender age of four and seeing as both her parents She also credits former world no . 1 Evonne Goolagong Cawley as an inspiration. She 's been a Melbournite since she moved there at 16 and judging by her Instagram posts, loves cheering

But the 23-year-old said she would never have achieved all this without her tight-knit group and singled out her mental coach Ben Crowe and trusted mentor Craig Tyzzer for special praise.

'Crowey, you have changed my life immensely. I can't thank you enough for helping me become the woman I am today, for helping me realise the person I want to be off the court,' Barty said.

Ashleigh Barty standing in front of a window posing for the camera: Barty crowned her spectacular season in ultimate fashion by beating four top-eight rivals in eight days to win the prestigious WTA Finals  Pictured: Barty and her boyfriend Gary Kissick© Provided by Daily Mail Barty crowned her spectacular season in ultimate fashion by beating four top-eight rivals in eight days to win the prestigious WTA Finals  Pictured: Barty and her boyfriend Gary Kissick

'You changed not only my life - my mum and dad, my sisters Ali and Sarah - you've been a massive influence for us and I'm very lucky to have found you and to have stumbled across you.

'You're a genuine friend and I cannot thank you enough for what you have done.'

Tyzzer was also recognised at the awards as elite coach of the year.

'Tyzz', you're the captain of our ship. You make sure that we tick along every single day and there wouldn't be another person that I want to spend this journey with,' Barty said.

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First , these children tended to resent and dislike their parents . You agree to receive occasional updates and special offers for The New York Times's products and services. The last of these features is important with respect to unconditional parenting itself.

What she has been blessed with is having parents who have handled her almost perfectly, supported her and guided her , and kept pressure away from her “ I thought she would never go back to tennis , I thought that was it,” Robert Barty said recently. We never raised it, and one day we came home and

'You're an incredible person, an amazing friend, and even though sometimes on the court I'm venting and giving you a little bit of a spray, we have an incredible relationship. We have great banter.'

But is the first player to claim three straight 'Newks' since fellow grand slam champion Samantha Stosur from 2010-2012.

Fittingly, Stosur was also honoured on Monday night with the Spirit of Tennis Award for her 'leadership, professionalism and the positive impact she's had on the sport' while finishing 15 consecutive years in the world's top 100.

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