Coached by her father, Imran Mirza, Sania began playing tennis at age 6. Sania Mirza’s sexy appearance is the main attraction of her fans.
Sania Mirza turned professional in 2003 and became the first and only Indian woman to reach the 4th round of a Grand Slam tournament (2005 US Open). She is now the highest ranked female tennis player ever from India (Sania Mirza had a rank of 29, her highest ever, by end of August 2007).
The 5ft. 7in sexy looking Sania Mirza is having a large fan following ind India. She was awarded the Arjuna award in tennis for the year 2004. She has defeated two top 10 players, Svetlana Kuznetsova and Nadia Petrova too. Sania won the Wimbledon Championships Girls’ Doubles title in 2003, teaming up with Alisa Kleybanova of Russia.
Through a wild card entry to the 2005 Australian Open and created history by becoming the first Indian woman to enter the third round of a Grand Slam tournament. She lost in the 3rd round to Serena Williams. Sania Mirza became the first Indian woman to win a WTA singles title defeating Alyona Bondarenko of Ukraine in the Hyderabad Open Finals on February 12, 2005.
Sania on Doha Asian Games 2006 According to Doha Asian Games Organizing Committe, Sania Mirza and Leander Paes will play mixed doubles in warm up for their tilt at Doha 2006 gold by playing together at the Asian Hopman Cup in Delhi next week, it was announced on Saturday 4 November. The darling of Indian tennis is hoping she will turn around a disappointing year by winning the mixed doubles tournament with Paes in front of her own fans and then taking gold in Doha the following month.
Starting 22 November, the Asian Hopman Cup will be the perfect build-up to Doha for Mirza and Paes and will see them come up against quality male and female double acts from China, Thailand, Japan, Uzbekistan and Chinese Taipei.
Sexy Sania Mirza has jumped 13 places to be ranked 53rd in the women’s singles international tennis rankings released recently. Sania Mirza, who will open her Australian Open campaign against Ukranian Olva Savchuk, made it to the semi-finals of the recently concluded Moorilla Open International tournament in Hobart.
En route to her semi-final, where she lost to Russian Anna Chakvetadze, she defeated world no. 29 Maria Kirilenko of Russia, Romina Oprandi of Italy and her doubles partner Alicia Molik of Australia.The semi-final appearance helped Sania garner 431 points to once again get closer to the top-50 on the ranking ladder.
The Indian, however, slipped one place to be 25th in the doubles ranking. Sania, partnering Molik, had reached the doubles quarterfinal at the Hobart tournament.