Martina Hingis ended her tennis career again at the age of 37 for the third and last time. This time, unlike previously, the Swiss player doesn't plan to make a comeback. 'No thanks,' she said, as quoted by RSI Sport when asked about the chance to see her play again competitively.
'Thanks to tennis I have an incredible life: I travelled over the world, I am doing well physically and in terms of money; I could never imagine working in an office and still today I work with the Fed Cup team, I follow some players, I help my mother in her school.
I am lucky, I realize it.' Speaking about her mother's contribution in her career, she added, 'It's definitely easier to work in (the) family, because you know each other well, although I admit that it's not clear always.
You are stronger when you work together.' ALSO READ: 'It won't be easy for Roger Federer to win Halle' - Tournament director