After edging past a British wildcard Naomi Cavaday in the first round, Martina Hingis ruled herself out as a serious contender for the ladies' singles crown this year.
The 1997 champion had to save two match points and play three sets to defeat the teenager ranked 232 in the world.
"After this match I don’t see myself as a contender for the title," Hingis said. (More about Hingis vs. Cavaday match here)
Martina still isn’t sure if she made the right decision, which is to compete in Wimbledon despite a left hip injury which has bothered her for two months. Read more »