Hingis and Murray today beat Henri Kontinen and Heather Watson 6-4, 6-4 in the final of the mixed doubles, the traditional closing match of the Championships.
It is Murray’s second Wimbledon title, having won the same competition 10 years ago alongside Jelena Jankovic.
And Hingis confirmed after victory that it was she who initiated the team but she was worried the Scot might have turned her down.
“He left me hanging overnight,” Hingis said.
Jamie Murray and Martina Hingis won the mixed doubles title today
He left me hanging overnight
Martina Hingis on Jamie Murray
“I was like, ‘Oh, my God, did he read it? Did he not?’”
Murray responded: “I didn't get her message till I woke up in the morning.
“A good decision for both of us.”
Murray and Hingis may have been a new team but were installed as No1 seeds by Wimbledon chiefs and duly delivered, going the whole tournament without losing a single set.
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And while Hingis refused to confirm whether they would play together again, she admitted it had been an enjoyable partnership.
“I missed a couple of returns,” Hingis added.
“He tried to cheer me up, a little wink. Yeah, here we go, that's good.
“That was pretty nice to just relax and loosen up even if things, like I said earlier, aren't always going the way you want.
Heather Watson and Henri Kontinen were aiming to defend their Wimbledon title
“Like in a way I want to be a perfectionist, I want to at least give us a chance to put the return in.
“I know it gives Jamie a great opportunity to do something because he's so quick around the net. Helps me a lot.
“Every time I don't do a return, I'm like, Oh, sorry.
“I should at least give you a chance so.”