Seeded seventh, Paes and Hingis joined hands one more time to completely thrash Austrian-Hungarian fifth seeds Alexander Peya and Timea Babos 6-1, 6-1 in the final at Centre Court here yesterday.

This is the fourth time Paes has won the mixed doubles title at the All England Club. In 1999, he won it with American Lisa Raymond, in 2003 with the legendary Martina Navratilova and in 2010 with Zimbabwean Cara Black.

He also has the men's doubles title in his bag which he won here with Mahesh Bhupathi way back in 1999.

Overall, the Calcutta-born now has eight mixed doubles and eight men's doubles Grand Slam titles.

Hingis, on the other hand, apart from winning the 1997 Wimbledon women's singles crown, has also clinched the 1996, 1998 and 2015 women's doubles trophies, the last of which came on Saturday with another Indian, Sania Mirza. This was, however, her maiden appearance in a mixed doubles final here and she made it count.

Peya and Babaos were completely dominated from the word go.

Paes and Hingis broke their fifth seeded opponents five times in the match, twice in the first set and thrice in the second, to completely drub the Austrian-Hungarian combine.

In exchange, Paes and Hingis did not even give their opponents a single breakpoint opportunity in the entire match. So dominant, the seventh seeds were that they won 55 of the 75 points played in the match, giving no chance to Peya and Babos.

Earlier on Sunday, Sumit Nagal made sure the Indian flag soared high much before Paes' match. Nagal etched his name in the history books by winning the Wimbledon boys' doubles title with Vietnamese partner Nam Hoang Ly.

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