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Martina Hingis
Martina Hingis is on of the greatest tennis players in the history
of woman ’s tennis.
Martina was born in Kasica, Czechaslovakia on 30th September, in
1980. She started playing tennis at the age of three. Martina parents divorced, but in 1988 her mother remarried.She moved to Switzerland
with mother and stepfather and she lived there ever since.
In 1994 she became European champion for players under 18. Martina
was the Wimpledon doubles title in 1996 at the age of 15.In 1996 she
won all four Grand Slam doubles titles.
Martina doesn’t have a lot of time for a social life. She is determined and hardworking. She was very keen on all sports . When she
does find time to relax, she likes horse riding ,skiing or going to
museum. Martina likes going to the art galleries, theatre and cinema .
Martina is very friendly and she loves animal . When she reteres from
tennis, she’d like to keep race horses.
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