Having played a lot of doubles over the years, I've taken shots to almost every part of my body. (I think that forehand to the belly button in high school probably hurt most.) And I've long said, "All is fair in doubles."
That statement was put to the test on Saturday at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In the women’s doubles semifinal, Switzerland's Martina Hingis—down match point—planted a forehand volley in the face of opponent the Czech Republic's Andrea Hlavackova.