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Martina Hingis says ‘someone is smoking heavy s**t’ at US Open
By SP_COP on October 28, 2014 | From www.news.com.au
MARTINA Hingis, the former darling of women’s tennis, was kicking around in the US Open doubles when she smelt something odd today.

Hingis and her Italian doubles partner Flavia Pennetta were playing against Australia’s Jarmila Gajdosova and Ajla Tomljanovic at the time.

As the five-time grand slam winner made her way towards the umpire’s chair for the change of ends, she waved her hands in front of her face and said: “Someone’s smoking some heavy s**t.”

You would assume she was referring to marijuana....
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