Thibault Hutin is a French equestrian who rose to fame abroad as Martina Hingis’s legendary tennis player husband. Controversies involving Hingis’s adultery, infidelity, and violence throughout their marriage destroyed it. The Frenchman’s three-year marriage caused him extreme mental and financial turmoil in addition to ending his ascent in his career. Despite the fact that some of the accusations made against Martina were never proven, they were also not entirely refuted. Hutin was, however, to blame for the decline of his equestrian career because it was his choice to give it up in order to concentrate on their married life. Martina has been able to put her life back together, have a prosperous profession, progress, and even find love again. Hutin is still working hard to regain even a small portion of his prior fame as a gifted athlete. His reputation has also been hurt by rumors that he is still very hurt about the dissolution of his marriage to Martina, which occasionally appear in the media.
Work & Fame of Thibault Hutin
From an early age, Thibault Hutin showed a natural flair for horseback riding after being encouraged to do so by both of his parents. Hutin immediately attracted the attention of trainers and coaches and started an equestrian career. Although he was a little taller than other equestrians, his height had no impact on how well he competed. Since joining the “Fédération Équestre Internationale,” he has made over 78 starts, winning 1 of them. He even received the leadership of a prominent horse riding academy in France as a result of his successes.
2010 was a year that Thibault Hutin will never forget. He was at the pinnacle of his career, and in early 2010, he personally met Martina Hingis. The timing of their relationship’s growth was critical, and dating a prominent tennis player like Martina was always going to garner media attention. Early in 2010, Hingis was returning to international tennis after serving a two-year suspension for cocaine use. When he first met Martina, according to Thibault, he wasn’t completely informed of the circumstances. Once Hingis began dating Hutin, she also called off her engagement to Swiss Attorney Andreas Bieri. Following that, Martina and Hutin began participating in more press conferences together, which greatly increased the Frenchman’s notoriety.
But on December 10, 2010, in Paris, Thibault Hutin married Martina Hingis following a quick nine-month romance. He and Martina even participated in the horse riding competition known as the “International Gucci Masters 2011” in Villepinte, France, in 2011. Due to their respective careers, they both had to live in different countries, but they managed to maintain a happy long-distance marriage, or so it seemed.
In 2011, Martina Hingis traveled to the US to compete in a competition. Hutin, who was at the time in France, made the decision to pay her an unexpected visit to New York. Later, he asserted that he discovered her with another man when he entered the room where she was staying. He was devastated when his wife cheated on him, but he forgave her and they both resolved to put a lot of effort into fixing things. Later, Thibault said that the choice was made after he made the choice to leave his job and be with her.
His relationship was further damaged in 2012 when Martina Hingis allegedly cheated on him once more. At the time, none of this was covered by the media. Prior to the 2013 French Open, Hingis was seen dating and staying in the same hotel room as David Tosas Ros, a Spanish sports management professional. In a statement she issued in July 2013, Hingis claimed that she had been apart from Hutin for more than six months. A distraught Hutin exploded, claiming that until Hingis’s revelation, he had no idea they had been split up. Thibault disclosed their acrimonious divorce in a June 2015 interview with “Journal du Dimanche,” albeit the precise date was never made public.
Controversies of Thibault Hutin
Thibault Hutin alleged that Hingis had cheated on all of her boyfriends in June 2013 and was a serial cheater. While going through a divorce, Martina Hingis, her mother Melanie Molitor, and her spouse Mario Widmer attacked Thibault and forced him to flee from their marital home in Switzerland in September 2013. He asserted that they also grabbed his credit cards and passport. The Swiss authorities looked into all three, and the situation was later discreetly settled.
Individual Life of Thibault Hutin
On January 8, 1986, Thibault Hutin was born in France. He has a large number of step-siblings and his mother and father separated when he was a little child. Martina Hingis and he were wed on December 10, 2010, and later separated somewhere between 2013 and 2015.
Net worth of Thibault Hutin
The estimated net worth of Thibault Hutin is about $1 million.