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1 John Lloyd and Chris Evert-Lloyd v Björn Borg and Mariana Simionescu It was love all round on a sunny afternoon in June 1980, when John Lloyd and his wife Chris Evert-Lloyd swapped volleys with Björn Borg and his fiancee, Romanian tennis player Mariana Simionescu, during a charity mixed doubles match at Battersea Park.
'Björn ran about the court as if it was a Wimbledon singles final,' Mariana remembered.
By 5 years of age, she started entering tournaments.
In 1996, Hingis partnered with Helena Sukova in the Ladies Doubles event and made history by becoming the youngest person ever to win one of the Wimbledon championships.
She was named after Martina Navratilova, another tennis player of Czechoslovakian origin.
According to a May 2003 article, Hingis is spent her time studying English, making personal appearances for various sponsors, playing tennis recreationally, and indulging in her love of horseriding.
“Because of my age and my health problems, I have also decided to retire from professional tennis.” The drug test results were released to Hingis after her third round loss to Laura Granville at Wimbledon, with both “A” and “B” urine samples failing the tests.
Hingis played an exhibition match at the Liverpool International tournament on 13 June 2008.
Doubles • Winner of 12 Graand Slams • 55 WTA titles, 1 ITF title.
• She has won 592 games in her career while losing only 142. • She has won 413 games in her career while losing only 90.
Martina Hingis was born September 30, 1980 and was a professional tennis player from Switzerland.