Indian star Sania Mirza said goodbye to tennis

My professional career started from Melbourne, I can't think of a better arena than this to say goodbye, Sania Mirza

Indian tennis star Sania Mirza said goodbye to the tennis world with tearful eyes after losing in the mixed doubles final of the Australian Open.

The duo of Sania Mirza and Rohan Bopanna lost 6-7 and 2-6 to the Brazilian duo.

Speaking at the closing ceremony of the match, Sania Mirza could not contain her emotions and explained that these were not tears of sadness but tears of joy. She congratulated the rival players for their success and then recounted the early days of her career. Pretend to do.

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Sania Mirza asked with tears in her eyes and said that my professional career started in Melbourne, and I can’t think of a better arena to end my career.

“I started my career at Milliburn in 2005 and I met Serena Williams in the third round and 18 years ago that was a very scary moment,” he said. The opportunity came and I played many great finals among you guys which are very important in my life.

He said, “I can’t think of a better arena to end my career in than a Grand Slam final, thank you for making me feel at home.”

Sania Mirza also thanked fellow player Rohan Bopanna. She said, “I started my career with Rohan 22 years ago at the age of 14 and we became national champions. There couldn’t be a better partner and a better place to finish.”

Finally, Sania Mirza thanked her team, her family and her parents. She said, “I never thought that I would play the Grand Slam final in front of my son. Fortunately, my 4-year-old son is here.” .

Surprisingly, Sania Mirza’s husband, Shoaib Malik, the former captain of the Pakistan cricket team, was not present with her on this occasion. It should be clear that the news of the separation of Shoaib Malik and Sania Mirza had come out last year, but both of them have not yet met. There is silence regarding the matter.

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