Sania Mirza News
Sania and Pavic, one-half of the Tokyo 2020 men's doubles champions, were set to face Ivan Dodig and Latisha Chan in the pre-quarters. They will now take on either the Australian-Canadian pair of John Peers and Gabriela Dabrowski or Brazil's Bruno Soares and Beatriz Haddad Maia in the quarterfinals.
Indian tennis queen Sania Mirza has announced that 2022 will be her last year on professional tennis circuit. The Indian tennis player has won six Grand Slams and has reached the summit of the WTA doubles ranking. Mirza announced her retirement plans after her opening-round loss in women's doubles event at the ongoing Australian Open. In these collection of pictures, we take a look at Sania Mirza's journey from Hyderabad to becoming Indian tennis queen.
Fans across the globe will be entertained throughout the Australian Open 2022 with some high octane and enthralling games as World No 1 Ash Barty will attempt to become the first local player to win an Australian Open singles title in 44 years while defending champion Naomi Osaka is expected to return to action and will target a fifth career major singles title.