Hingis hinted she may retire for a third time but said if did turn out in 2018, she would "definitely" play with Murray.
"It's a long way to go till next year".
Hingis said even after winning Wimbledon they waited a bit before talking about their plans for NY.
Murray said he had enjoyed every minute of his time on court with Hingis. "We said yes, if we go to Australia and everyone is healthy and playing".
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In a postgame interview, Altidore said his mom told him that Stephens. In later years he did not play much mixed, often preferring instead to focus on men's doubles, but he has now won more Grand Slam titles in mixed (three) than in men's doubles (two).
Hingis had the chance to add her 25th major title yesterday when she was due to partner Taiwan's Chan Yung-jan in the women's doubles final, where they were due to take on Czech duo Lucie Hradecka and Katerina Siniakova.
Murray and Martina Hingis shared $150,000 for winning the US Open mixed doubles title, while the singles champions each pick up $3.7m. Keys hadn't lost her serve in either of her two previous matches. She announced her retirement again in 2007, when she was given a two-year suspension for testing positive for cocaine at Wimbledon.
And the 36-year-old - she turns 37 later this month - appeared to hint during the press conference that she is thinking about retiring for a third time. She had surgery in January and returned to the tour in July.
The unseeded Stephens used her strong defensive skills to keep rallies alive, and Keys lost too many of them while making 17 unforced errors. It's been a lot of fun.