Stumbling Seles suffers Hingis Miami wipe-out.
Martina Hingis Hin·gis , Martina Born 1980.
Czechoslovakian-born tennis player who in 1997 won the Wimbledon, U.S., and Australian singles titles to become the world's youngest number one ranked player. handed Monica Seles her worst defeat when she beat the former world No 1 6-0, 6-0 last night in the semi-finals of the Miami Ericsson Er·ics·son , John 1803-1889.
American engineer and inventor who built the first ironclad warship, the Monitor (1862), which engaged the Confederate Merrimack in a famous naval battle of the Civil War (March 9, 1862). Open.
Seles, who refused to blame a twisted ankle, had never failed to win a game in 534 career matches. 'How do you feel after that?' she asked. 'It's a semi-final and I expect a lot more.'
Seles, who has now lost ten of 12 matches against Hingis, appeared slowed by her ankle problem and did not cover the court well. 'I heard two days ago that her foot was starting to bother her,' Hingis said. 'I don't think anyone else would have finished the match.'
The last time Hingis won 6-0, 6-0 was against South African Joanette Kruger in the third round of this tournament in 1998.
In the mens' quarter-finals, second seed Pete Sampras Peter “Pete” Sampras (born 12 August 1971), is a former World No. 1 tennis player from the United States. During his 15-year career he won a record 14 Grand Slam men's singles titles in 52 appearances. Sampras finished as No. beat No 9 seed Nicolas Lapentti 6-3 7-6 (7-3).