The former first racket of the world Swiss Martina Hingis made a decision about his retirement at the end of the current season, according to 20min.ch.
Last competition 37-year-old girl will be the final WTA tournament in Singapore.
“Now is the time to do this, you better stop being at the peak. The success that I have achieved over the last three years, it will be difficult to beat. My priorities are changing,” said Hingis.
November 1, 2007 the Swiss had already announced his retirement, however, in 2013, resumed performances in doubles.
Hingis, the former first racket of the world in singles and doubles, 25 times she won Grand slam tournaments Five times she celebrated the victory in the Final of the WTA tournaments (two in singles). In 2016, she won the silver medal of the Olympic games in doubles once paired with Timea Bacsinszky lost in the final to Russians Elena Vesnina and Ekaterina Makarova.