March 30, 2023

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Farewell to India’s pioneer Sania Mirza

Sania Mirza (36 years, Mumbai) announced on Tuesday Banish fraud forever. He retires from the slopes after falling At the Dubai WTA 1000 tournament In double division. They were with her American partner, Madison Keys The Russians lost to Lyudmila Samsonova and Veronika Gutermedova (4-6, 0-6).

The Indian legend had planned to retire at the end of last season, but suffered an elbow injury and didn’t want to be “forced” out with the injury.

He participated in the Australian Open in January. He is trying to win his seventh and final major title. She reached the mixed doubles final with her partner Rohan Bopanna, where they were eliminated before Luisa Stefani and Rafael Matos. “I’m here, sitting after a Grand Slam final, Knowing that I have a position to reach for one. I choose to have other things that are more important to me.í”, said the player after the final of this great tournament.

Mirza He had already announced his retirement. After the Dubai tournament, he wanted to finish playing with his two “best friends”. First with Bethany Mattek-Sands at the Abu Dhabi Open and now with Madison Keys in Dubai.

the beginning

Sania Mirza was made Professional in 2003She made her debut at the WTA tournament in Hyderabad. same year Qualified to play in Doha tournament. The following year, in doubles, he achieved First degree with Liesel Huber, Being like that First Indian player to win WTA title.

In 2005, he made his debut Wins from four Grand Slam tournaments, entered the third round at the Australian Open. Thus, became He is the first Indian player to reach this height in Grand Slam tournaments. Her achievements include becoming the first Indian player to reach the fourth round of the US Open and finish in the top 50.

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Two years later (2007) he managed to hold the highest position of his career Number 27. youAfter this, he moved to the doubles circuit and achieved success in this mixed category Australian Open in 2009, Roland Garros in 2012 and US Open in 2014.

Mirza joins Martina Hingis. The couple entered 2015 Wimbledon, US Open and 2016 Australian Open. Achieved for the first time even number 1, Thus becoming the first Indian to achieve this status again.

Sports journalist Prajwal Hegade defined Mirza in an interview with EFE “Ahead of its time.”

Your Tennis Academy in Dubai

It was opened recently Tennis Academy in Dubai, It already operates in three locations and will soon open its borders. “We’re trying Bring tennis to people’s homesThat is actually the plan,” said Mirza.

“I feel it, When you have the money, you have the infrastructure, you have everything, but when you don’t have the players, why don’t we have players leaving the UAE? Mirza said. “There’s a problem somewhere, so we have to tapping Try to be part of the solution to the problem, whatever it is.