1998 Roland-Garros Women’s Doubles Championship Trophy presented to Martina Hingis

Throughout the duration of her career, Martina Hingis continued to evolve, experiencing success along every stage. She remains the youngest major singles champion in the Open Era with her Australian Open title in 1997, at 16 years and 117 days old. Although she retired from singles in 2007, her doubles career spanned three decades, with her first and last doubles titles coming 20 years apart. In her doubles career, one of her most memorable accomplishments came in 1998, when she accomplished her calendar year Grand Slam. She partnered with Jana Novotna for three of these titles, including her Roland-Garros Championship, where the pair defeated Lindsay Davenport and Natasha Zvereva in straight sets.

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