"I was going to stop right after the WTA Finals because we were going to make the WTA Finals, but I tore my tendon in my elbow right before US Open, so I had to pull out of everything," Mirza told the WTA Tour's website in an interview.
Sania and Bopanna were beaten 7-6(2), 6-2 by Brazilians Stefani and Matos, who were playing in their first-ever Grand Slam final.
'You are the much needed hope for all the women in sports. I'm super proud of you for all your achievements in your journey. You're an inspiration for many, keep going strong,' tweets Shoaib Malik.
Sania Mirza will become the first Indian woman to compete in four Olympic Games but she admitted Thursday it will be “difficult” to be separated from her young son while she is in Tokyo. Family members are banned from going to this month’s Games as Japanese
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan was seen striking a pose with ace tennis player Sania Mirza's son Izaan and sister Anam in Dubai. Anam took to Instagram, where she shared a photo dump, which also featured two pictures with Salman Khan.
Sania Mirza has confirmed that her younger sister will be marrying Asaduddin. The Mirzas recently returned from Paris after a bachelorette trip.
The confirmation came after months of speculation about Anam and Asad. They had shared pictures taken together on social media.
Sania has shared a video on her social networks supporting the Safa organisation and pledged to donate and asked people to make a contribution for the workers during this tough time.
After poor outing in the doubles of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, Sania Mirza will be looking to give her best shot when India take on China on the opening day of the Asia/Oceania Group I Fed Cup
Tennis star Sania Mirza on Thursday became the first Indian to be nominated for the Fed Cup Heart Award. Sania is the nominee for the award from the Asia/Oceania Zone alongwith Indonesia’s Priska Madelyn Nugroho, the tournament announced.