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Martina Hingis Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016
Martina Hingis Molitor was born on the 30th September 1980 in Kosice, Czechoslovakia (now Slovakia). She is known for being a professional Swiss tennis player, who was the youngest woman to win five Grand Slam titles, and is currently the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) ranks her the world No. 1 tennis player in doubles. Her career has been active since 1994.
Have you ever wondered how rich is Martina Hingis? Sources estimate that Martina’s net worth is over $25 million as of early 2016, with the main source of this amount of money being, of course, her career as a professional tennis player. There is no doubt that her fortune will become higher as she successfully continues career.
Martina Hingis Net Worth $25 Million
Martina Hingis was born to Melanie Molitor, a retired top tennis player in Czechoslovakia, and Karol Hingis, a tennis trainer, but when she was six years old, her parents divorced, thus she moved to Trübbach in Switzerland with her mother. At the age of two, she began playing tennis and thanks to her skills as a four-year-old entered her first tournament. She had tremendous success in junior championships, winning the French Open at only 12 years of age, and the next year she won Wimbledon and reached the final of the US Open.
Her professional tennis career began in 1994, at only 14 years of age, and she finished her debut season at the 87th ranked player on the WTA list. During her career, Martina has won five Grand Slam single titles, including three Australian Open, and one Wimbledon and US Open title, which contributed considerably to her net worth. Unfortunately Martina struggled a lot with injuries during the 2000s, which forced her to retire in 2002, but before she retired, Martina won 36 career titles, and became the youngest ever world no.1 tennis player in history.
She returned to tennis in 2006, and won her first title at the Tier I Internazionali BNL d’Italia in Rome, against Dinara Safina, however, her comeback was short lived, as she was suspended by the ITF for testing positive to benzoylecgonine. In 2013, Martina made a second comeback, but this time she focused on doubles. The same year, Martina was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
To speak of her career in doubles, Martina now has 12 Grand Slam titles, including five Australian Opent titles in 1997, 1998,1999, 2002, 2016, three Wimbledon titles in 1996,1998 and 2015, and two of each US Open in 1998 and 2015, and French Open in 1998 and 2000. So overall she has 54 WTA titles, and a record of 397 wins, which have significantly contributed toher overall net worth.
Thanks to her successful career, Martina has earned numerous awards and recognitions, including the WTA Player of the Year in 1997, WTA Most Improved Player of the Year in 1996, ITF World Champion in 1999, Laureus World Sports Award for Comeback of the Year in 2006, WTA Diamond Aces Award in 2000, WTA Doubles Team of the Year with Sania Mirza in 2015, among others.
Regarding her personal life, Martina Hingis was engaged to Radek Stepanek, a Czech tennis player, but they broke up in 2007. In December of 2010, Martina married Thibault Hutin, but three years later, Martina announced that they had separated, actually from the beginning of the 2013 year, so is currently single and bases herself in Switzerland.
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|1||(November 1) Revealing that she tested positive for cocaine at Wimbledon, announced her retirement because she said she doesn't want to spend years fighting the results, which could lead to a doping suspension of up to two years. She denies ever using cocaine.|
|2||Banned for two years for testing positive for cocaine at Wimbledon in 2007. [January 2008]|
|3||Married French show jumper Thibault Hutin at City Hall in Neuilly-sur-Seine; the best man was Hingis's mother's boyfriend. The couple, who met at a show-jumping contest in April, plan a more-formal ceremony next spring. [10 December 2010].|
|4||Won 2 Australian Open Doubles titles with Anna Kournikova.|
|5||Youngest-ever to rank #1 on March 30, 1997 (16 years, 6 months), and spent 209 of the next 247 weeks at #1 between 1997 - 2001. At age 12, she became the youngest-ever Slam junior titlist (1993 French Open); became the youngest-ever Wimbledon junior champion at 13 years, 276 days (1994).|
|6||Singles Slam Titles: 1997, 1998, 1999 Australian Open; 1997 Wimbledon; 1997 US Open. Doubles Slam Titles: 1996, 1998 Wimbledon; 1997, 1998, 2002 Australian Open; 1998, 2000, 2001 French Open; 1998 US Open.|
|7||Named after Martina Navratilova.|
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