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Gallery: Hingis & The Hall Of Fame

Martina Hingis was inducted into the International Tennis Hall Of Fame on Saturday as part of their Class Of 2013. All the best pics from the ceremony are right here - check them out now!

Published July 13, 2013 12:00

Martina Hingis waited to speak to the crowd at a very special ceremony on Saturday morning...
Martina Hingis waited to speak to the crowd at a very special ceremony on Saturday morning...
Hingis was inducted into the International Tennis Hall Of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island.
Hingis was inducted into the International Tennis Hall Of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island.
Hingis was World No.1 in singles for 209 weeks and won five Grand Slam titles in that discipline.
Hingis was World No.1 in singles for 209 weeks and won five Grand Slam titles in that discipline.
She also spent 35 weeks as No.1 in the world in doubles and won nine Grand Slams in that one.
She also spent 35 weeks as No.1 in the world in doubles and won nine Grand Slams in that one.
Additionally, Hingis won one Grand Slam mixed doubles title at the Australian Open in 2006.
Additionally, Hingis won one Grand Slam mixed doubles title at the Australian Open in 2006.
The Swiss, who retired in 2007, also took some time out to sign some autographs for the fans.
The Swiss, who retired in 2007, also took some time out to sign some autographs for the fans.
Hingis also posed for a photo with her agent Phil de Picciotto, who introduced her at the ceremony.
Hingis also posed for a photo with her agent Phil de Picciotto, who introduced her at the ceremony.
  • Martina Hingis waited to speak to the crowd at a very special ceremony on Saturday morning...
  • Hingis was inducted into the International Tennis Hall Of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island.
  • Hingis was World No.1 in singles for 209 weeks and won five Grand Slam titles in that discipline.
  • She also spent 35 weeks as No.1 in the world in doubles and won nine Grand Slams in that one.
  • Additionally, Hingis won one Grand Slam mixed doubles title at the Australian Open in 2006.
  • The Swiss, who retired in 2007, also took some time out to sign some autographs for the fans.
  • Hingis also posed for a photo with her agent Phil de Picciotto, who introduced her at the ceremony.
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