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40 LOVE Story: Youngest Slam Winner

By winning the 1997 Australian Open, Martina Hingis became the youngest ever Grand Slam winner at 16 years, 3 months and 26 days. Learn more in this week's 40 LOVE Story presented by Xerox.

Published October 03, 2013 12:00

Welcome to the 40 LOVE Story presented by Xerox, a 10-part video series showcasing the history and growth of the WTA, starring Billie Jean King and stars past and present, and members of our family.

In the sixth episode of the WTA 40 LOVE Story presented by Xerox, learn about Martina Hingis' win at the Australian Open, which made her the youngest Grand Slam champion in women's tennis history.

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