WATCH: Martina Hingis Daughter “LIA” Practising Volleys for Wimbledon

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Martina Hingis (Image Credit: Martina Hingis Instagram)

Former World No.01 Martina Hingis ended her career for the third and last time in October 2017 at the WTA Finals in Singapore. In July 2018, the five-time Grand Slam got married for the second time, the 38-years old Harald Leemann, the team doctor for Switzerland Fed Cup Team. And also He had accompanied the tennis legend at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro as a personal supervisor

After one year later, the cute couple Martina Hingis and husband Harald Leemann welcomed their first child, a baby girl, Lia. Recently, a Swiss couple is celebrated their daughter’s first birthday traditionally.


Martina stated, “What better way to spend Lia’s 1st Birthday – playing in the snow and then warming up with cake, candles, and family – Blessed with this beautiful first year with you!”

Hingis says, “My Daughter Is Practising For Wimbledon”

During the Quarantine period, everyone is getting bored, including tennis players as well. Some times players are taking social media to refresh themselves and also entertaining the tennis community. Twenty-five Grand Slam title winner is interestingly training her one-year-old child with some tennis tips for her refreshment.

Hingis’ Quarantine Days 

During this challenging time, Martina has hardly celebrated her Grand Slam memories When she became the youngest tennis player to become number one in the world. Although, Hingis donated her signed racket to an athletes relief organisation and helping with other communities as well.

“23 years ago today, I became the youngest tennis player to become #1 in the world. In these challenging times, though, it is hard to enjoy it. I can only reflect on how many people are suffering. We need to stay strong. We are all in this together.”

“In order to give back during these tough times, I’m donating a signed racket and outfit to http://athletesrelief.org YOU can donate for a chance to win with all proceeds going directly to the CDP’s COVID-19 Response Fund.” 

Martina Hingis shared a thank you note for Sanitary Workers, “This is a challenging period for everyone, but there are some people out there now going above and beyond in an attempt to help us through this difficult time. From the whole Batmaid team and me, Thank you to all fighting!”

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