Anne Minter (born 3 April 1963) is a former tennis player from Australia, who competed for her native country at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. She was an Australian Institute of Sport scholarship holder. She won four singles titles on the WTA Tour: 1987 Taipei, Singapore; 1988 Puerto Rico; 1989 Taipei. Minter was a quarterfinalist at the Australian Open in 1988, beating fourth seed Pam Shriver in the R16 when the tournament moved to the hard court surface at Melbourne Park. She twice reached the R16 at Wimbledon, upsetting ninth seed Hana Mandlíková in the third round in 1988. She reached her highest individual ranking in her professional career on 4 July 1988, when she became the 23rd top player in the world. On 19 March 1990 she reached her highest doubles ranking or 68. Her playing career spanned 11 years from 1981 until 1992. Minter's win-loss record for singles stands at 258–245.
Minter made her Fed Cup debut for Australia in 1981 and played successively until 1989 only missing 1982–1983. Her debut came with a win in doubles in the 1st Round of the World Group over the team from the Philippines. In 1984 Minter lead Australia to the final of the World Group where Australia lost narrowly 2–1 to Czechoslovakia. Minter was the only winner from the team, winning her singles. Again the following year, Minter was influential in heading the Australian team into the semi-finals, this time unsuccessful against a strong US team. For the next three years Minter headed the Australian team to successive quarter-finals losing to Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria and Germany respectively. In 1989 Minter and the Australians were back at the top and narrowly lost in the semi-finals to a strong Spanish side with Minter losing in three sets to an in form Arantxa Sánchez Vicario. This was also to be Anne Minter's last appearance as an Australian player. By this time her record stood at 20 wins and 6 losses. In singles it was a 16–6 winning record and a 4–0 in doubles.
Anne Minter's debut in all Grand Slams with the exception of Wimbledon came in 1981. Minter regularly progressed through to the second and third rounds of Grand Slams with the her best result being a quarter- final.