Australian Open: Sania Mirza hails partnership with Martina Hingis after entering women's doubles final
With every other opponent falling short in front of the duo, their dominance have taken the level of tennis to another new level.
New Delhi: The sensational partnership of Sania Mirza and Swiss legend Martina Hingis continued as the toughest force in the women's doubles at the Australian Open in Melbourne as they qualified for the final on Wednesday.
The pair defeated Julia Goerges and Karolina Pliskova in straight sets at Rod Laver Arena to enter their third successive doubles Grand Slam final.
Sania stated after the game that the duo get along on the court and suit each other to consolidate each other's games.
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Sania also added that the duo have a good relation off the court too as there is a lot of trust in each other. Sania said that that reflects on court through results.
The Indo-Swiss pair is looking to lift their 3rd trophy of the season after earlier bagging the WTA Apia International title in Sydney and the Brisbane International.
Winning the season's first Grand Slam will help them to their third title in three different cities and henceforth stamp their authority on Australian soil.
The Indo-Swiss pair had a dream time in 2015 when they won 9 titles which included the Wimbledon, US Open and the year-ending WTA finals. That form has carried in 2016 as they eye a successive third Grand Slam. With every other opponent falling short in front of the duo, their dominance have taken the level of tennis to another new level.
The understanding of each other's game is a big plus for the Indo-Swiss pair who look happy and positive as partners.
Their joyous ride on the court has paid dividends as at the moment it looks difficult for any other pair to beat them.
Hingis' experience and class has helped Sania a lot in aspects regarding her game and mental strength.