Martina hingis dating history
The doctor made her first house call in January of 1997 at the Australian Open.She won the singles (against Pierce) and the doubles (with Zvreva), eclipsing another Lottie Dodd mark by becoming the youngest Grand Slam singles titleist in history.Martina Hingis is a retired Swiss professional tennis player of Czech/Slovak/Hungarian descent. Her parents, Melanie Molitor and Karol Hingis, had both been top junior tennis players, and were beginning their coaching careers in the sport.She was born on September 30, 1980, in Kosice, Czechoslovakia, which his now part of Slovakia. Martina was named after Martina Navratilova, but her tennis idol as a child was Monica Seles.If she happened to find a weakness, she would exploit it mercilessly.Indeed, there were matches where Martina looked completely outclassed for a set, only to dissect her opponent and win the final two sets with relative ease.
At the same event, she teamed with Gigi Fernandez to win the doubles competition.To Melanie’s credit, she made her daughter into a top junior player without the complete tennis immersion that often results in pre-teen burnout.On the contrary, Martina rarely practiced for more than 90 minutes a day, and her economical tournament victories were actually fun.Martina ended the year ranked 16th in the world, and walked off with the WTA’s Most Impressive Newcomer award.Martina started the 1996 season by becoming the youngest player in the Open era to reach the quarterfinals of the Australian Open. Open, Martina went all the way to the semis before Graf avenged her spring defeat.
Her enemy’s panic to react would ultimately prove her undoing.