Martina Hingis is winning with CURAPROX

«CURAPROX products make brushing one’s teeth fun!»

Tennis player Martina Hingis is on everybody’s lips – as CURAPROX's global ambassador

Tennis player Martina Hingis is on everybody’s lips – as CURAPROX's global ambassador

CURAPROX is proud to call Martina Hingis (36) its global ambassador. The Swiss tennis player embodies those things that have been important to CURAPROX since the brand’s development in 1972: health and success, quality and “Swissness”, lifestyle and a contemporary media presence. Hingis stands for a new quality standard for oral health in that she uses the CURAPROX Superduo: the CS 5460 toothbrush and matching interdental brushes. Hingis has this to say: “I always strive to be the best, and not just on the tennis court. I rely on CURAPROX products to provide the best dental quality. That’s how you make brushing your teeth fun!”


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In 1997, Hingis became the world No. 1 women’s tennis player, the youngest ever at just 17. Her achievements include a silver medal in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil and 22 Grand Slam titles. According to Ueli Breitschmid, owner and CEO of Curaden: “Martina Hingis is our perfect match — she is a great fit for our company, which is active in more than 60 countries, because she is a health-conscious and authentic ambassador known worldwide. Together, we want to be on everybody’s lips.”

Fans can now order a Martina Hingis special edition toothbrush.

With CURAPROX, "I always have a piece of home with me"

Martina Hingis is CURAPROX’s brand ambassador. In this interview, she talks about precision and winning—in tennis and in oral care. She tells us why she never leaves the house without the CURAPROX Superduo in her sports bag.


Martina Hingis


  • Born on September 30, 1980
  • Swiss tennis player
  • Tennis pro since 1994 (with interruptions)
  • 5 Grand Slam singles titles
  • 12 Grand Slam doubles titles
  • 5 Grand Slam mixed doubles titles
  • 209 weeks as the world no.1 in singles
  • 67 weeks as the world no.1 in doubles
  • Admitted to the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport (USA) in 2013