Sania Mirza said goodbye to tennis


The Indian tennis star played his last match at Wimbledon.

Pakistan cricket team all-rounder Shoaib Malik’s wife and Indian tennis star Sania Mirza played her last match at Wimbledon and canceled tennis.

Ahead of his last match, he shared an emotional post on Twitter in which he wrote that the game takes a lot out of you mentally, physically and emotionally. After success, defeat, hard work and heavy defeat, there are sleepless nights.

Sania Mirza wrote But at the same time it gives you so much in return that many other jobs can’t give you and I’m grateful for that.

Sania Mirza said, “Tears and joys, fights and struggles, everything we have done seems beautiful and precious in the end.” It’s been an honor to play at Wimbledon and win here for the past 20 years, I’ll miss you.

Sania Mirza lost in the semifinals of the mixed doubles at the last Wimbledon of her career. This was Sania’s last match at Wimbledon.

Sania, 35, has won six Grand Slam titles, including three mixed doubles titles, although she has never won mixed doubles at Wimbledon. He won the 2009 Australian Open and the 2012 French Open with Mahesh Bhupathi.

Mirza started playing amateur tennis during summer vacations as a teenager and won his first senior title at the age of 15 at the 2002 Asian Games.

She entered the WTA Tour in 2003 and later reached a career-high singles ranking of 27th in the world, which is still the highest by an Indian woman.