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Australian Open 1998 Final – Martina Hingis Vs Conchita Martinez (First Set, Part 1)


6-3, 6-3 Records of Martina Hingis: From The US Open of 1996 to the Australian Open 2002, 21 consecutive Grand Slams, She failed just 3 times to reach at Least a Semi Final. She also was a 7 times Runner-Up and Won 5 Grand Slam Titles. 6 consecutive Finals in The Australian Open 1997-02. 3 consecutive wins of Australian Open 1997-99. By winning Wimbledon doubles title in 1996 with Helena Sukova became youngest doubles winner at 15 years, 282 days and youngest ever Grand Slam winner in the Open era. By winning Australian singles title in 1997, became youngest winner there in tennis history at 16 years and 3 months. By defeating Monica Seles 6-2, 6-1 in 1997 at Key Biscane, ascended the no. 1 spot as the youngest ever in tennis history. By winning the US Open against Venus Williams in 1997, Hingis contended all Grand Slam tournament finals that year; second youngest winner in the US Open at 16 years, 11 months and 8 days. Won the Australian and US Open in 1997 without losing a set. In 1997, from Sydney to the final of Roland Garros created a 37-match winning streak, best from 1995 until present. By Winning the US Open doubles title in 1998 with Jana Novotna, completed a doubles Grand Slam third in the Open Era. Held simultaneously the no. 1 position for singles and doubles in 1998. Ended her career with 103 top-10 wins (behind Lindsay Davenport at 129), 43 singles titles, 37 doubles titles, 1 mixed title, and 209 weeks at no.1 (4th behind Steffi Graf, Martina Navratilova

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Australian Open 1998 Final – Martina Hingis Vs Conchita Martinez (Last Part, Hingis At Her Best)


6-3, 6-3 Records of Martina Hingis: From The US Open of 1996 to the Australian Open 2002, 21 consecutive Grand Slams, She failed just 3 times to reach at Least a Semi Final. She also was a 7 times Runner-Up and Won 5 Grand Slam Titles. 6 consecutive Finals in The Australian Open 1997-02. 3 consecutive wins of Australian Open 1997-99. By winning Wimbledon doubles title in 1996 with Helena Sukova became youngest doubles winner at 15 years, 282 days and youngest ever Grand Slam winner in the Open era. By winning Australian singles title in 1997, became youngest winner there in tennis history at 16 years and 3 months. By defeating Monica Seles 6-2, 6-1 in 1997 at Key Biscane, ascended the no. 1 spot as the youngest ever in tennis history. By winning the US Open against Venus Williams in 1997, Hingis contended all Grand Slam tournament finals that year; second youngest winner in the US Open at 16 years, 11 months and 8 days. Won the Australian and US Open in 1997 without losing a set. In 1997, from Sydney to the final of Roland Garros created a 37-match winning streak, best from 1995 until present. By Winning the US Open doubles title in 1998 with Jana Novotna, completed a doubles Grand Slam third in the Open Era. Held simultaneously the no. 1 position for singles and doubles in 1998. Ended her career with 103 top-10 wins (behind Lindsay Davenport at 129), 43 singles titles, 37 doubles titles, 1 mixed title, and 209 weeks at no.1 (4th behind Steffi Graf, Martina Navratilova

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Australian Open 1998 Final – Martina Hingis Vs Conchita Martinez (Second Set, Part 1)


6-3, 6-3 Records of Martina Hingis: From The US Open of 1996 to the Australian Open 2002, 21 consecutive Grand Slams, She failed just 3 times to reach at Least a Semi Final. She also was a 7 times Runner-Up and Won 5 Grand Slam Titles. 6 consecutive Finals in The Australian Open 1997-02. 3 consecutive wins of Australian Open 1997-99. By winning Wimbledon doubles title in 1996 with Helena Sukova became youngest doubles winner at 15 years, 282 days and youngest ever Grand Slam winner in the Open era. By winning Australian singles title in 1997, became youngest winner there in tennis history at 16 years and 3 months. By defeating Monica Seles 6-2, 6-1 in 1997 at Key Biscane, ascended the no. 1 spot as the youngest ever in tennis history. By winning the US Open against Venus Williams in 1997, Hingis contended all Grand Slam tournament finals that year; second youngest winner in the US Open at 16 years, 11 months and 8 days. Won the Australian and US Open in 1997 without losing a set. In 1997, from Sydney to the final of Roland Garros created a 37-match winning streak, best from 1995 until present. By Winning the US Open doubles title in 1998 with Jana Novotna, completed a doubles Grand Slam third in the Open Era. Held simultaneously the no. 1 position for singles and doubles in 1998. Ended her career with 103 top-10 wins (behind Lindsay Davenport at 129), 43 singles titles, 37 doubles titles, 1 mixed title, and 209 weeks at no.1 (4th behind Steffi Graf, Martina Navratilova

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