Sania Mirza

Sania Mirza

Sania Mirza (Hindustani elocution: [ˈsaːnɪaː ˈmɪrzaː]; conceived 15 November 1986) is an Indian expert tennis player who was some time ago positioned No. 1 in the ladies' copies rankings. From 2003 until her retirement from singles in 2013, she was positioned by the WTA as India's No. 1 copies player. All through her profession, Mirza has built up herself as the best female Indian tennis player ever and one of the most generously compensated and prominent competitors in the nation.

In her singles vocation, Mirza has eminent wins over Svetlana Kuznetsova, Vera Zvonareva and Marion Bartoli; and additionally previous world No. 1s Martina Hingis, Dinara Safina, and Victoria Azarenka. She is the most noteworthy positioned female player ever from India, cresting at world No. 27 in singles in mid-2007; in any case, noteworthy wrist damage constrained her to surrender her singles profession and spotlight on the duplicates circuit. She has accomplished various firsts for ladies' tennis in her local nation, incorporating outperforming US$1 million in vocation income (now finished $6 million), winning a singles Pro-level title, and winning six noteworthy titles (three each in ladies' pairs and in blended duplicates), and also fitting the bill for (and in the long run winning) the WTA Finals in 2014 close by Cara Black, shielding the title the next year collaborating with Martina Hingis.

Furthermore, she is the third Indian lady in the Open Era to highlight and win a round at a Grand Slam competition, and the first to achieve the second week. She has additionally won an aggregate of 14 decorations (counting 6 Gold) at three noteworthy multi-don occasions, to be specific the Asian Games, the Commonwealth Games and the Afro-Asian Games.

Mirza was named one of the "50 Heroes of Asia" by Time in October 2005. In March 2010, The Economic Times named Mirza in the rundown of the "33 ladies who made India glad". She was delegated as the UN Women's Goodwill Ambassador for South Asia amid the occasion held to stamp the International Day To End Violence Against Women on 25 November 2013. She was named in Time magazine's 2016 rundown of the 100 most powerful individuals on the planet.

Sania Mirza was conceived on 15 November 1986 to Hyderabadi Muslim guardians Imran Mirza, a manufacturer, and his significant other Naseema, who worked in a printing business. Not long after her introduction to the world, her family moved to Hyderabad where she and more youthful sister Anam were brought up in a religious Sunni Muslim family. She is the far off relative of previous cricket chiefs Ghulam Ahmed of India, and Asif Iqbal of Pakistan. She took up tennis at six years old. She has been instructed by her dad and furthermore Roger Anderson.

She went to Nasr School in Hyderabad. Sania in a current meeting credited her school for giving her the opportunity to seek after her fantasy. She called Nasr 'a home she misses'. An esteemed young ladies day school, she reviewed the characteristics of satisfaction at whatever point she strolled into Nasr after a competition, paying little heed to its outcome. This gloated her resolve and assurance, she said. She later moved on from St. Mary's College. Mirza got a privileged level of Doctor of Letters from the MGR Educational and Research Institute University in Chennai on 11 December 2008. She is additionally a decent swimmer.

As of now, Mirza is the brand represetative for the Indian territory of Telangana.

Mirza has built up a tennis institute in Hyderabad. Previous world No. 1s and multilple Grand Slam champs Cara Black and Martina Navratilova have both gone by the foundation on various events.

Sania Mirza was declared as UN Women Goodwill Ambassador for South Asia. She is the primary South Asian Woman to be designated as a Goodwill Ambassador in the association's history.











































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