Indian tennis star Sania Mirza, who recently won her maiden Wimbledon title with Switzerland's Martina Hingis has said that she didn't need to win a title at tennis' most prestigious Grand Slam to silence her critics.
On cloud nine after becoming the first Indian to clinch the Wimbledon women's doubles title, tennis star Sania Mirza is hoping that the triumph will inspire many more girls in the country to aim big in life.
It is celebrations time for India's tennis queen Sania Mirza who created history by becoming the first female player from the country to win a women's doubles Grand Slam trophy as she clinched the Wimbledon title with Swiss partner Martina Hingis.
Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her partner Martina Hingis cruised to their second title in as many tournaments when they beat second-seeded Russian duo of Elena Vesnina and Ekaterina Makarova 7-5, 6-1 in the Miami Open final.
Not satisfied with winning the WTA Finals doubles crown with Zimbabwean Cara Black and a clutch of other prestigious titles this year, Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza on Thursday said she wants to clinch the women's doubles Grand Slam title before hanging up her tennis shoes.
Sania Mirza, who will be skipping the Asian Games to focus on qualifying for the BNP Paribas WTA Finals in Singapore, and Cara Black are lying fourth in the Race to Singapore standings with just over a month to go for the season-ending WTA Finals in Singapore.