Federer agreed to the mixed doubles partnership after Hingis proposed the idea earlier this year.

"Federer will play with Hingis. It's decided," said the reports yesteday, which dubbed the partnership a 'dream team'. Between them, Federer and Hingis have won 22 Grand Slam singles titles.

Hingis' last major singles victory came at the 1999 French Open while Federer's most recent Grand Slam triumph was the 2012 Wimbledon title. The report added that Federer would also play the Rio 2016 men's doubles tournament alongside countryman Stan Wawrinka. Hingis will contest the women's doubles with Belinda Bencic, the reports said.

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