Martina Hingis could return to doubles action, teams up with Anna Kournikova at Wimbledon

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Martina Hingis said she might play on the WTA Tour again, but only in doubles competition. Her possible doubles partner would be Lindsay Davenport. Hingis won 37 WTA Tour doubles titles during her fruitful career, and was runner-up in doubles 14 times. In addition, the Swiss has one mixed doubles title, the 2006 Australian Open.

Hingis, who occupied the top position in both singles and doubles rankings, will play a veteran doubles event at Wimbledon with longtime doubles partner Anna Kournikova. Hingis and Kournikova won two Australian Open titles together in 1999 and 2002. The 29-year-old Hingis retired from the WTA Tour in 2007, the 28-year-old Kournikova hasn’t played since 2003.


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4 COMMENTS

  1. Oh goody!! A druggie and a “Boris Yeltsin in drag” double act.

    Just what tennis needs!! 🙁

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