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Hingis reunited with her mother

Hingis with her mother in Paris Keystone

World number one, Switzerland's Martina Hingis, is being coached by her mother, Melanie Molitor, at the French Open at Roland Garros, ending a brief split between the two.

This content was published on May 26, 2001 - 19:04

The Swiss star has been put through her paces on the practice courts since her arrival in Paris by both her mother and her current trainer, the Australian David Taylor. Hingis decided to go it alone after the Ericsson Open in Florida in early April.

But since the separation, her results on clay have been poor by her own high standards. She has entered four tournaments and only reached the finals once in Charleston where she lost to Jennifer Capriati.

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