Martina Hingis, Sania Mirza pull out of Toronto

Rogers Cup is doomed! The list of withdrawals is getting longer every day. The latest stars to cancel their appearance in Canada are Martina Hingis and Sania Mirza. The Swiss former world number one...

India’s Sania Mirza craves for rest, ends 2007 season early

Best-ranked Indian tennis player Sania Mirza has decided to end her season early to completely recover from injury and start the next year fresh and prepared. The 20-year-old Mirza had planned to play two more...

Scrutinizing an interview with Sania Mirza

Indian world No.31 Sania Mirza gave a lengthy interview for IBN Live, and although the whole interview is worth reading, there are two parts that are exceptionally interesting. Firstly, the interviewer’s lack of knowledge, which...

Sania Mirza signs with adidas

Indian tennis phenomenon Sania Mirza joined her colleagues Ana Ivanovic and Anna Chakvetadze by signing a partnership deal with adidas. This shows adidas’ commitment to being the dominant international tennis brand and the importance...

India’s Sania Mirza gets sued for dishonoring the national flag

World No.31 Sania Mirza gets sued for this act! The Indian player allegedly dishonored her country’s flag by putting her feet right in front of it while watching a match at the Hopman Cup in...

India’s Sania Mirza to boycott home tournaments

India’s Sania Mirza has been dragged into a series of controversies at home so she decided to boycott all Indian tournaments, including March’s Bangalore Open. Firstly the 21-year-old Mirza was criticized for her tennis clothes...

Marion Bartoli, Agnes Szavay, Sania Mirza out of Qatar Total Open

On day two of the Qatar Total Open in Doha, Marion Bartoli lost in the second round (in the first round she had a bye), while Agnes Szavay and Sania Mirza left the tournament...

Daniela Hantuchova beats Sania Mirza, moves into Indian Wells quarterfinals

Twice champion and holder Daniela Hantuchova reached the quarterfinals of the Pacific Life Open in Indian Wells by beating India’s Sania Mirza 6-1 7-6. Fifth-seeded Hantuchova took the first set in 39 minutes, breaking Mirza...

Lindsay Davenport, Sania Mirza withdraw from French Open

American Lindsay Davenport and Indian Sania Mirza have withdrawn from the 2008 French Open which starts May 25 in Paris. Davenport cited personal reasons, while Mirza withdrew because she has not yet recovered from her...

Sania Mirza retires from singles at the Olympics

Sania Mirza of India retired in her first-round match at the Olympic tennis event. The world No.65 was trailing Czech Iveta Benesova 6-2 2-1 when painful right wrist forced her to retire. "It was hurting...
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