Break Point: Martina Hingis weighs in on Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi break downOTT
Martina Hingis has played with both the lawn tennis stars in a more than two decade long career. She has also seen the players play their best games in the 1990s and the eventual fallout
It is often said that the outsider has more perspective on the relationship between two people. You get an objective perspective into the situation that emotions cloud while being part of the problem. This is the reason the new docu-series tracing the journey of partnership between Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi and its eventual breakpoint will also include opinions of players like Sania Mirza, Rahul Bopanna and Martina Hingis.
Martina Hingis Tryst with the Pair
Martina Hingis has played with both the lawn tennis stars in a more than two decade long career. She has also seen the players play their best games in the 1990s and the eventual fallout. There could not be a better player to shed light on the intricacies of the game that affect the mood and relationship of the players outside the game.
What does Martina Hingis make of the situation?
Speaking at an event that precedes the premier of the documentary series titled, Break Point, the star player said that there are very few options in front of players when they start doubting their partners. It’s a make or break situation with no time to waste.
She further added that what Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes have achieved will survive their past. Despite the separation the matches they have won and the records they have made will remain etched in the history of the sports.
The Un-Glorious Past
Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi had a two decade long golden career which culminated in multiple Grand Slam Titles, unbeaten Record at Davis Cup and career best rankings for the young doubles partner. They brought Indian Lawn Tennis to the World Stage and inspired a new generation of players. But like all stories, their relationship turned sour with public spats and public split.
After several decades of silence, the duo has decided to clear the air through their docu-series, Break Point.