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Grateful to have our family and friends join us on this wonderful day! According to , the reception was held at Grand Resort Bad Ragaz, a five-star hotel in Switzerland, with 140 guests being a part of the intimate ceremony. Can’t be more happy for you, wish you happily ever after! Hantuchova commented: “Soooo happy for uuu congratsss.” Hingis had previously married Thibault Hutin, a French equestrian, in 2010 but the duo parted ways three years after as their relationship turned ugly.Hingis’ former doubles partner Chan Yung-Jan and former world No. Before retiring at the end of last year, Hingis won five Grand Slam titles in singles and 13 in doubles. Aus dem @resortragaz grüssen wir von unserer Hochzeit.Dubbed the "Swiss Miss," Hingis won five Grand Slam singles titles (three Australian Opens, one Wimbledon and one U. "For me it was always about the great matches against the sisters, Davenport, and others," Hingis said."Those were the big matches that, win or lose, were always high quality tennis." Born in Czechoslovakia (now Slovakia), Hingis played nothing like the player she was named for, Martina Navratilova.1s in London to celebrate the WTA's 40th anniversary, Hingis said she was awed to sit amongst so much past and present talent.
Hingis said the two years she played with Russia's Anna Kournikova were her most enjoyable. "But one of the matches I would like to turn back in time was the French Open final obviously.She won nine Grand Slam doubles titles and one mixed, including a calendar year Slam in 1998 with two different partners. "You can chalk up that up to a lack of maturity and English as a second language," Shriver said. Leading by a set and seemingly in control, Hingis petulantly crossed to the other side of the court to question a call."I was a much better doubles player than singles player I would say," Hingis said. "With Anna it was almost more of a relationship." She added: "Tennis can get very lonely. The crowd turned against her, her game imploded and she wound up in her mother's arms, heaving and in tears.She returned four years later, won three titles and rose to No.6, but in some ways the speed and power of the women's game had passed her by. "Like I always said, I never took anything and for me that's the past.