Martina Hingis began playing tennis at an early age and made her professional debut just after turning 14.
Hingis was 15 years and nine months old when she won the 1996 Wimbledon doubles title with Helena Sukova, making her the youngest Grand Slam champion of all time. The following year, she became the youngest singles Grand Slam tournament winner of the 20th century after her victory in the Australian Open, and the youngest-ever world No. 1 when she replaced the injured Steffi Graf.
Martina is the World Health Organization Goodwill Ambassador of Polio Eradication
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