Tennis Player Sania Mirza
Sania Mirza was born on November 15, 1986 in Mumbai, Maharashtra. His father Imran Mirza started as a sports journalist and went into the printing business, while his mother Naseema worked as a printer. Shortly after Sania’s birth, her family moved to Hyderabad, where Sania and her older sister were brought up. Sania started playing tennis when she was 6 years old. First her father trained Sania in tennis and later Roger Anderson trained Sania. Sania trained in tennis at institutes like “Sinnett” Tennis Academy Secunderabad and S Tennis Academy of America. Sania started attending Nasr School in Hyderabad and graduated from St. Mary’s College. On December 11, 2008, Sania received her PhD from MGR University Institute of Education and Research, Chennai. Sania is an expert in tennis and a talented swimmer.
Carrer of Sania Mirza
She turned professional in 2003 and started playing in major leagues. Finally, she won the women’s doubles title at Wimbledon and the US Open women’s doubles in the same year. In the same year, he also won 4 gold medals in the Afro-Asian Games held in Hyderabad.
From 2004, she began to enjoy success on the WTA tour and won the doubles title at the AP Tourism Hyderabad Open. Furthermore, he has won six men’s singles titles on the ITF circuit.
However, the following year, she did well in the Grand Slams as she reached the third round of the Australian Open singles tournament, the second round at Wimbledon and the fourth round at the US Open. He was voted “WTA Newcomer of the Year” for the season.
In 2006, she became the first Indian-born woman to win a Grand Slam at the Australian Open, but could not go far in the tournament. Aside from a few notable wins, she could not continue playing singles, but at the US Open the following year, she reached the quarterfinals in the women’s doubles and mixed doubles.
2008 was the year Sania Mirza suffered a wrist injury and her game suffered as she withdrew from the French Open and the US Open. He also did not participate in the Beijing Olympics, but the following year, he won his first Grand Slam tournament, the “Australian Open Mixed Doubles Title” with Mahesh Bhupathi. Over the next few years, he continued to battle hand injuries that made his game suffer. After a long streak of bad results and first round exits in marriage, Mirza began to focus more on the doubles event in 2011 and in the same year he and partner Elena Vesnina reached the French Open final.
The following year, the duo of Mirza and Vesnina reached the semi-finals of the Australian Open and won the French Open mixed doubles with Mahesh Bhupathi. In 2013, Mirza and Mattek-Sands won the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championship but were unable to appear in the Grand Slams and Mirza started with a new partner, Cara Black.
The couple managed to reach the top level of several tournaments the following year. Mirza and Cara Black reached the semi-finals of the US Open in 2014 but lost to Bruno Soares in the second round. In the same year, Mirza joined the International Premier Tennis League and helped his team “Indian Aces” to win the championship. Mirza tied with Chinese player Hsieh Su-Wei in 2015 and partnered with Bethanie Mattek Sands, but his partnership with Martina Hingis was an inspired decision and won at Indian Wells and the 2015 Miami Open.
In 2015, Mirza partnered with Hingis to win Wimbledon in straight sets and it was her first Grand Slam win in women’s doubles. They won the 2015 WTA Finals and followed that up with the US Open the same year. The following year, the Mirza-Hingis duo won the second Australian Open women’s tournament.
Records and Achievements of Sania Mirza
The great success of tennis player Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis in 2015 helped them win the 2015 Women’s Doubles World Champions award. Awarded by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) to both tennis players, this title was awarded to two tennis players. Happy with the award received from the ITF, Sania Mirza wants to be an inspiration to all the aspiring tennis players in India. Sania and Martina have combined to win their last 22 matches, from the US Open to record wins in Asia in Wuhan, Guangzhou, Beijing and finally the WTA Finals. Along with Alisa Klebanova of Russia, Mirza won the women’s doubles title at the Wimbledon Championships in 2003.
Was runner-up at the 2004 Asian Tennis Championships. In 2005, he reached the fourth round of the Grand Slam tournament at the US Open. in the third round of the Australian Open. In the same year, he also became the first Indian
Women’s WTA singles winner, Hyderabad Open winner.
She won the silver medal in women’s singles and the gold medal in mixed doubles with Leander Paes at the 2006 Asian Games in Doha. Mirza reached the third round and quarterfinals against Mahesh Bhupati at the 2007 US Open.
He made it to the quarterfinals in Hobart as the 6th seed in 2008. He also reached the third round of the Australian Open. He finished second at the Australian Open in two sets. He won the mixed doubles title and won the Grand Slam title at the Australian Open in 2009, along with Mahesh Bhupati. In the same year, he also reached the finals of the Pattaya Open Tournament in Bangkok.