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AO Gallery: Legends Event Access Hour

Martina Hingis and Martina Navratilova were among those who attended the Australian Open Legends Access Hour.

Published January 22, 2013 07:55

A host of former ATP and WTA greats attended the Australian Open Legends Access Hour at the Jacob's Creek corporate suite on Monday.
A host of former ATP and WTA greats attended the Australian Open Legends Access Hour at the Jacob's Creek corporate suite on Monday.
Three-time Australian Open champion Martina Hingis took questions from the media.
Three-time Australian Open champion Martina Hingis took questions from the media.
A pair of legendary Martinas, Navratilova and Hingis, posed to help promote the Australian Open Legends event.
A pair of legendary Martinas, Navratilova and Hingis, posed to help promote the Australian Open Legends event.
Lindsay Davenport, Barbara Schett and Iva Majoli were all smiles during the access hour.
Lindsay Davenport, Barbara Schett and Iva Majoli were all smiles during the access hour.
Four-time Australian Open doubles titlist Martina Hingis and eight-time champ Martina Navratilova paired up for a legends match.
Four-time Australian Open doubles titlist Martina Hingis and eight-time champ Martina Navratilova paired up for a legends match.
Cara Black and Lindsay Davenport, both former doubles World No.1s, joined forces.
Cara Black and Lindsay Davenport, both former doubles World No.1s, joined forces.
  • A host of former ATP and WTA greats attended the Australian Open Legends Access Hour at the Jacob's Creek corporate suite on Monday.
  • Three-time Australian Open champion Martina Hingis took questions from the media.
  • A pair of legendary Martinas, Navratilova and Hingis, posed to help promote the Australian Open Legends event.
  • Lindsay Davenport, Barbara Schett and Iva Majoli were all smiles during the access hour.
  • Four-time Australian Open doubles titlist Martina Hingis and eight-time champ Martina Navratilova paired up for a legends match.
  • Cara Black and Lindsay Davenport, both former doubles World No.1s, joined forces.
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