Jamie Murray and Martina Hingis win mixed doubles crown

Jamie Murray and Martina Hingis win mixed doubles crown

"I approached Jamie because he is a very nice guy and everybody knew I had been..."

As for Murray, he found himself holding the trophy for an event he wasn't even planning on entering until Hingis got in touch.

"If I can help, with my little bit, to help kids start playing tennis and learn, I will".

'The men's doubles for me is obviously my biggest goal of the year.

Tennis - Martina Hingis, victor of 5 Grand Slam singles titles, 12 Grand Slam women's doubles titles and 5 Grand Slam mixed doubles titles; says that she is happy to have a chance to provide children with an opportunity to play sports through her association with the Right to Play initiative, a global organisation that uses sport and play to educate children in some of the world's poorest communities.

"But like I said, it was a great opportunity". It's going to take something pretty special to kind of maybe potentially take my eye off the ball with it. Victory on Sunday would make Wimbledon the second Slam where she has won multiple mixed titles, alongside the Australian Open (2006 and 2015).

Understandably, Federer's latest success in SW19 dominated the final day of the tournament, but there was also a moment back in the spotlight for the only player who has more singles crowns at Wimbledon - Martina Navratilova.

"She text him and it was an easy decision to play with her". After Hingis held to love, the pair saved three break points to serve out for the title.

Kontinen is a thrilling shotmaker, but his returns are the weakest part of his game. And they were rewarded with a match full of power, angles, deft volleys and outstanding movement around the net, especially from Murray, whose net skills left the crowd gasping at times. It was just a great opportunity for me to play and to really feel like you could do good things on the court and have a great shot to win.

The second set was close until the seventh game when Watson's serve came under pressure. Just different. Like it's ten years later.

On whether they would team up again, Hingis said: 'Now we know what's coming up.

"It was a unusual feeling today, we haven't felt it yet together".



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