Hingis toys with Raymond, then media

Martina Hingis seemed to have more fun with the media then her first-round opponent Tuesday at the French Open, Whit Sheppard writes.

Updated: May 30, 2006, 1:02 PM ET
By Whit Sheppard | Special to ESPN.com

PARIS -- Jessye Norman doesn't sing arias at the State Fair of Texas, Pavarotti doesn't play Peoria, and Martina Hingis doesn't do a three-fourths-empty Court Centrale at Roland Garros on chilly Tuesday mornings in late May.

It's just not a big enough stage for the enigmatic Swiss.

Still, after a routine first-round win over American Lisa Raymond, Hingis was quick to question why, after just a few minutes, the questions suddenly dried up at her press conference.

"That's it? Everyone ...

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