Hingis left an indelible mark
She did it all, but it was her pursuit of fun which made her memorable
Most people will tell you that when it come to life and its pleasures and rewards, "You can't have it all. . ."
Martina Hingis, who will be inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame this weekend, is one of those fortunate few who might be tempted to fire back, "Says who?"
Hingis is just 32 and, if her physical condition at this year's French Open was any measure, is still more than good enough to have a career as a top 20 WTA player. But I guess coming back from retirement ...
Read full story