Martina Hingis, the resigned Swiss tennis player who won five Grand Slam singles titles in her vocation, is presently playing copies.
Hingis, 30, the world’s previous No. 1 player, wedded French show jumper Thibault Hutin on Friday in a private common service in Paris, as per Swiss newspapersonntags Blick.
“Our wedding may surprise some,” the paper cites the lady as saying of the couple’s function, “yet it has all been made arrangements for sooner or later.” The service occurred at city corridor in the Paris suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine, as per the Swiss magazine Schweizer-Illustrierte, which posted wedding photographs on its Web website early Monday. A little family gathering was held in the Presidential Suite of Paris’ Hotel George V, and a customary Swiss wedding gala will be commended next spring.
Hingis and Hutin, 24, met at a show-bouncing rivalry in St. Tropez in April, not long after she severed a long haul engagement to Swiss lawyer Andreas Bieri.
The couple is required to special night in the Maldives. Hingis held the top ladies’ positioning in excess of 200 weeks, overwhelming ladies’ tennis while still in her youngsters. Wounds constrained her from the expert circuit in 2002 at age 22. She made a rebound in 2005 yet resigned again in 2007.