Serena Williams and Martina Hingis were both among the WTA Award winners this week, and they're also the only two players to achieve this WTA Awards feat - what is it?
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Two of the WTA's biggest legends - Serena Williams and Martina Hingis - were both among the WTA Award winners that were announced earlier this week, Williams being voted 2015 WTA Player Of The Year and Hingis part of the 2015 WTA Doubles Team Of The Year, alongside Sania Mirza.

It wasn't their first time winning those specific WTA Awards, but still a fantastic finish to 2015.

But they've both won WTA Player Of The Year before. And WTA Doubles Team Of The Year, WTA Newcomer Of The Year, WTA Most Improved Player Of The Year and WTA Comeback Of The Year.

They're the only two players ever to win each and every one of the five biggest WTA Awards:

Martina Hingis
WTA Player Of The Year - 1997
WTA Doubles Team Of The Year - 1998 (w/Novotna), 1999 (w/Kournikova), 2015 (w/Mirza)
WTA Newcomer Of The Year - 1995
WTA Most Improved Player Of The Year - 1996
WTA Comeback Of The Year - 2006

Serena Williams
WTA Player Of The Year - 2002, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
WTA Doubles Team Of The Year - 2000 (w/V.Williams), 2009 (w/V.Williams)
WTA Newcomer Of The Year - 1998
WTA Most Improved Player Of The Year - 1999
WTA Comeback Of The Year - 2004

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Another one of this year's winners, Venus Williams, has four of the five - WTA Newcomer Of The Year in 1997, WTA Player Of The Year in 2000, WTA Doubles Team Of The Year in 2000 and 2009, and WTA Comeback Player Of The Year this year. She's missing WTA Most Improved Player Of The Year.

And Hingis' doubles partner, Mirza, picked up the WTA Newcomer Of The Year award back in 2005.

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