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Topic - Martina Hingis
Schwyz canton police spokesman Florian Grossmann says Hingis, her mother Melanie Molitor and her mother's boyfriend Mario Widmer were interviewed at its headquarters last week. French equestrian athlete Thibault Hutin has said he was attacked on Sept. 23 at his home in Feusisberg.
Williams sank to her knees after firing a backhand winner on her second match point. She became the eighth woman to win 11 or more titles a year and the first since Martina Hingis had 12 in 1997.
After finishing the 2013 season Sunday night with a World Team Tennis title, the third straight for Washington, the first-year Kastles player vowed to be back.
The Kastles secured their fourth finals win in the past five years in front of an announced crowd of 2,670 fans who waited out a two-hour rain delay before the match began. Hingis, in her first season with the Kastles, was elated to win the title at home.
The Kastles announced Tuesday that Hingis will join the club on July 15, two days after she is enshrined in the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, R.I.
Martina Hingis will join the Washington Kastles of World TeamTennis after her Hall of Fame induction in July.
Five-time Grand Slam singles champion Martina Hingis leads the 2013 class for the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
Kimiko Date-Krumm is the oldest woman in the Australian Open draw at 42, with some competitors less than half her age still in high school.
As a 4-year-old she watched Venus Williams playing on TV and fell in love with her dress.
The Washington Kastles finished their second consecutive season with a zero in the loss column and with that, their undefeated streak reached 30 matches.
Jennifer Capriati's tennis career — and her teenage life — took a number of twists and turns.
Jennifer Capriati's tennis career _ and her teenage life _ took a number of twists and turns.
Arina Rodionova returned for her second season with the Washington Kastles with her sister Anastasia by her side.
Martina Hingis and the New York Sportimes visit the Washington Kastles on Thursday night at Kastles Stadium with hopes of ending their 18-match undefeated streak. But before she took the court, she addressed several topics in a press conference.
Following an undefeated season, the Washington Kastles are hungry for more in 2012.
"I'm happy," she said. "Because at least I'm done with my job for the day."
"My first experience was a [lot of] pressure coming in," Hingis said.