Sania Mirza Enjoys Time While Copying Bowling Style Of Shoaib Akhtar

Sania Mirza started playing tennis at her six. Since then, she has given her fans of Toronto, Dubai, New York, London, and Istanbul, many successful games.




Professionally, Mirza began her life in 2003. She was given training by her dad. She has gotten 10 singles and 13 doubles titles as a junior player.

She is here trying to spend time copying the winning style of Shoaib Akhtar, the excellent bowler of Pakistan.

Talking about her career, Sania has won the 2003 Wimbledon Championships Girls’ Doubles title, partnering Alisa Kleybanova.

In February 2003, she became a wildcard entry of the WTA tournament, at the AP Tourism Hyderabad Open.

In 2009, Sania announced her engagement to Sohrab Mirza, a successful businessman. Later on, this relationship ended and Mirza married to Shoaib Malik on April 12, 2010.

Their wedding ceremony was held in traditional Islamic style at the Taj Krishna Hotel in Hyderabad, India. Sania spent around US$137,500 on her marriage ceremony.

Many Indians are unhappy because of her marriage with a Pakistani guy, but Mirza did not care of anyone because she once said that it is her own life and she is free to do whatever she likes.

Like all celebs, Sania Mirza does not like her personal life to be discussed in media, and this is the reason, whenever interviewed, she keeps silent on the questions of her lifestyle.

The online attention the wedding received made Sania one of most Googled tennis players of 2010.

She was accused a lot by several Indian politicians, but she pays no attention.




She is currently the ambassador of the Indian state of Telangana.

She was once given tough time because of wearing very odd clothes during her game. By the whole, Sania has seen countless ups and downs in her life.

The lovely lady prefers to reply all messages of her social media fans of Toronto, Dubai, New York, Istanbul, and London, herself.

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