Two new names have been added to the list of Margaret Court Cup winners following this year's AMT Men's and Women's deciders.
Sydney's Blazo Djurovic has been competing in the annual tournament since he was 12, but clenched his first title at the event on Tuesday.
Djurovic defeated Picnic Point's Matthew James Scheers 6-3, 7-5 in the men's final to take out the Phil Shanahan AMT trophy.
The pair had met on one previous occasion two years ago, however, it was Djurovic who managed to come out on top this time around.
"The heat was making it pretty tough and him being so consistent and holding serve a lot put a lot of pressure on me," Djurovic said.
The newly crowned winner admitted he felt right at home on the grass courts.
"I come here anytime there's a pro event leading up to do a week or two training," Djurovic said.
"I love the courts and the town, the people are super nice."
15-year-old Lily Lin's first Margaret Court Cup experience couldn't have gone better with the youngster claiming the women's title.
Lin defeated fellow tournament debutant Tayah Powell of Tamworth 6-3, 6-4, in what was only her third time playing on grass.
"I thought I played quite well this tournament and there were lots of tough matches, especially the final," Lin said.
"I know most of the girls here so I was thinking about semis and finals, but this was pretty exciting."
11-year-old Ella McDonell flew the flag for the Border yesterday after qualifying for the under-12's girls' final for the first time.
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The Howlong Public School student was defeated 6-1, 6-3 by Corlette's Amity Gabe to be crowned runner-up.
"She was a very tough opponent, she was playing really well," McDonell said.
Tournament director Phil Shanahan praised McDonell for her efforts.
"She's the only border player to make finals of the main draw singles, we're really proud of her for that," he said.
"She works hard and loves tennis."
Over 180 players contested the Albury event this year after it was feared it may not go ahead due to COVID-19 restrictions and border closures.
Last year the tournament saw 408 players grace the courts.
"The best of the best players from NSW were here," Shanahan said.
"They love our tournaments and they keep coming back each year and tell their friends.
"Everyone's really enjoyed their time in Albury."
Wodonga will now host players for the annual Victorian Junior Grasscourt Championships, with the first day of play commencing on Wednesday.