She is, in a single phrase, the founder of women’s sports in India. six Grand Slam victories in doubles competitions. Despite never winning a singles match, she was the Indians’ tennis queen.
Sania Mirza, the former queen who is now retired, bid her Grand Slam career farewell. will compete in a tournament in Dubai the following month to say goodbye to tennis.
In today’s Australian Open mixed doubles final in Melbourne, Luisa Stefani and Rafael Matos of Brazil defeated Sania Mirza and Rohan Bopanna in straight sets.
The age is now over 36. The ideal moment is long gone. seven years ago, he won the last of his six Grand Slams. In addition, he wished to spend more time with his family. Sania has already declared her resignation due to these factors.
departed from Melbourne Park, the venue where he started his professional tennis career. Additionally, Sania’s “playing partner” at the start of his career 22 years ago, Bopanna, was with him in his final Grand Slam match.
All in all, Sania’s parting moment was unique. If the finalist had been able to take home the trophy and bid Grand Slam adieu, it would have been more colorful and sweet.
The final didn’t get off to a horrible start for Sania and Bopanna. They then moved forward. The Brazilian couple, who were their service adversaries, began to squander control of the game.
Still difficult was the first set. A tiebreaker will decide the winner. However, there was no indication of a fight in the second set. Who knows, perhaps after winning the previous set, Sania, 36, and Bopanna, 42, gave up.
However, Sania has been ejected royally from the Australian Open. Before the awards ceremony started, the entire Rod Laver Arena broke out in applause.
Sania could not control her tears as she wrote, “It is not a cry of pain, but of ecstasy.” I don’t want to interfere with the Brazilian couple at this particular time. You did a terrific job.
A century and a half ago, Sania’s career as a professional tennis player began at the Australian Open. He reflected on that time and remarked, “My professional career began here in Melbourne.
When Serena Williams and I faced off in the third round in 2005. Being able to compete on this court often and take home several tournament victories is an honor for me. In my life, Rod Laver Arena holds a particular place.
I never imagined I’d say goodbye to my career and play in a Grand Slam final in front of my kids while also being in such a wonderful place. I sense that I am at home. I appreciate you all for making me feel this way.