According to a Swiss report from Le Matin, Roger Federer and Martina Hingis are locked to play in the mixed doubles competition at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
The 35-year-old Hingis ranks No. 1 in doubles with partner Sania Mirza on the WTA.
Federer will also play doubles once again with Stan Wawrinka. The two won the gold at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Federer of course is also targeting a first gold in the singles.
With Bencic also expected to play, coach Severin Luthi is expecting Switzerland to have a terrific Olympic games in tennis.
The hardcourt tennis event in Rio begin on August 6.
While WTA points will continue to awarded to those that play in the Olympics, no ATP points will be given to the men’s players due to a dispute over compensation between the ATP and ITF over compensation for affected tournaments who lose out on players going to Rio.
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