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  1. Martina Hingis (German pronunciation: [marˈtiːna ˈhɪŋɡɪs], Slovak: Martina Hingisová; 30 September 1980) is a Swiss former professional tennis player. Hingis is the first Swiss player, male or female, to win a major title and attain a world No. 1 ranking.

  2. At the age of 12, in 1993, Martina Hingis won French Open Girls’ Singles title and became the youngest player to win a Grand Slam Junior Title. In March 1997, Martina became the youngest top ranked player in History. In 1998, Martina Hingis became the first athlete to be on the cover of the American Men’s Magazine named GQ. Interestingly, Hingis had announced her retirement twice, but came back both the times. In 2003, she had to consider retirement because of hip and ankle injuries ...

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  3. Sep 26, 2022 · See all related content →. Martina Hingis, (born September 30, 1980, Košice, Czechoslovakia [now in Slovakia]), Swiss professional tennis player who became the youngest person in the “open” era to win a Grand Slam singles title and the youngest to be ranked world number one. In her relatively short, injury-plagued career, she won five Grand Slam singles titles—the Australian Open (1997, 1998, 1999), Wimbledon (1997), and the United States Open (1997).

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  5. Martina Hingis, née le 30 septembre 1980 à Košice (Tchécoslovaquie), est une joueuse de tennis professionnelle suisse. Elle détient le record de la plus jeune gagnante d'un titre du Grand Chelem en simple dans l'ère Open (et le deuxième derrière Lottie Dod en 1887), et celui de la plus jeune numéro un mondiale de l'histoire du tennis.

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