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"Even if you've seen thousands matches," says an admiring Shriver, "she's fun to watch." Hingis can't imagine competing now even though peers such as 31-year-old Serena, ranked No. "I think she's unbelievable," Hingis said, noting that both Williams sisters played a lighter schedule and were out for chunks of time due to illness or injury.
"Everything she does today is a bonus." Wherever she goes, Hingis receives feedback from fans appreciative of her intuitive style. "Obviously I made a little impact on women's tennis, which is nice." At the recent gathering of former No.
Christianity Playing tennis internationally and achieving world ranking #1 both singles and doubles format.
As per WTA, she again achieved her world ranking #1 in doubles on January 18, 2016 after March 2000.
Unfortunately, things got sideways pretty soon, and they got separated already by the beginning of 2013 amid speculation of infidelity (from Martina).
I wish they had had Hawkeye." Hingis, who had string of romances with athletes ranging from Radek Stepanek to Sergio Garcia before marrying equestrian jumper Thibault Hutin, pulled the plug on her career at 22 because of ligament damage to her ankles.
"I was scared to move," said Hingis, who had already logged tons of miles from her junior and pro career.
It's hard to imagine anyone in this era of "Big Babe" power tennis and 30-something Grand Slam champions doing what Martina Hingis did at 16: come one match shy of a calendar-year Grand Slam. "She is the last of the great teenage phenom champions," says Pam Shriver, who reached the 1978 U. Most of today's players at age 16 were struggling to reach the top 100, much less pocket a handful of Slams. In an interview with USA TODAY Sports last week at Wimbledon, Hingis, 32, called the 1997 campaign her "proudest achievement." That year, a 16-year-old Hingis went 27-1 in majors, winning the Australian Open, Wimbledon and the U. But just as relevant, Hingis said, were her epic battles with Venus and Serena Williams, Lindsay Davenport, Steffi Graf, Monica Seles and other big hitters of her generation.
Hingis' body of work is impressive, but the bulk of her success came early. For that, she will be inducted this weekend to the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, R. Her longtime agent at Octagon, Phil de Picciotto, will introduce her. Her only loss came to Iva Majoli of Croatia in the French Open final.
"She had a very high tennis IQ for her age." More maddening still, Hingis performed her dissection by a thousand little cuts with a devious, Cheshire-cat smile, which led some to call her "Chucky" after the horror-movie doll. There is no bad feelings anymore." Either way, Hingis did not shy away from sharing her viewpoint.