Martina Hingis has always been unfaithful to her lovers, claims scorned husband
Swiss tennis star Martina Hingis's entry into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in the US this weekend is being overshadowed by a media storm over her off-court infidelities.
Ms Hingis, who rocketed to fame as the youngest female world No 1 aged just 16, is to be honoured at the Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island, on Saturday.
But the talk in Swiss media has been less of her impending accolade than of revelations from her husband, French equestrian Thibault Hutin, who claims she is a serial adulteress.
Mr Hutin, who is six years younger than his 32-year-old estranged wife, laid bare his despair over her extramarital affairs in an interview with the Swiss newspaper 'Sonntagsblick'.
"A year after the wedding... we were supposed to meet in New York and I wanted to give her a surprise," he said.
"Upon arriving at the hotel room it was me that was surprised," Mr Hutin said. "Because Martina was not alone."
Mr Hutin said he tried to save the marriage but "late last year I found out that she had cheated on me again".
"Martina has a very personal conception of morality. She has always been like that; I think she has always been unfaithful to her boyfriends."
Ms Hingis is now reported to be in a relationship with David Tosas Ros, a Spanish sports management executive. They were spotted together at the French Open. Mr Hutin said: "They shared the hotel room there and they paraded themselves in public in the Bois de Boulogne. There are even pictures of them. You can imagine how painful it was."
The US Tennis Hall of Fame is due to recognise the Slovakia-born star for her five Grand Slam titles. She kept the world No 1 ranking for 209 weeks. (© Daily Telegraph, London)