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By Chris Oddo | Sunday September 10, 2017

 
Martina Hingis and Latisha Chan

Martina Hingis claimed her 25th major title, and Chan Yung-Jan claimed her first, with a doubles triumph on Sunday.

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Martina Hingis won her 25th major title and Chang Yung-Jan won her first as the hottest doubles tandem of 2017 rolled to their seventh title and first at a major, 6-3, 6-2, over No.7-seeded Katerina Siniakova and Lucie Hradecka on Sunday at Arthur Ashe Stadium.

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Hingis and Chan, formed this year after Chan parted ways with her longtime partner and sister Chan Hao-Ching, have dominated the circuit since forming and the second-seeded pairing did not drop a set in their six victories.

Hingis won her 24th major title on Saturday when she paired with Jamie Murray to take the mixed title. The Swiss has won five major singles titles, thirteen major doubles titles, and seven mixed.


 

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