Monday, 8 August 2011

Sania Mirza Hot Pics Hub

Date of Birth: 15 November 1986 Birth Place: Mumbai, India Location: Hydrabad, India Citizenship: India Height: 5'7 1 / 2 "(1.53m) Weight: 130 lbs. (59kg) Plays: right-handed (double handed byakhyand) Favorite Surface: Hard Coach: C.G.K. Bhupathi 6: Age of tennis began Personal Interests: Swimming, Music Other information: Ambition in tennis: the world's top 20. Favorite player: Steffi Graf 
Sania Mirza from India (November 15, 1986, in Mumbai, India, Hyderabad, India) is a professional female tennis player. Her father Imran Mirza, training, Sania began playing tennis at age six. He turned professional in 2003. 2005 US Open Grand Slam in his first and only Indian woman to reach the 4th round.She (her, she was the highest, on a grade 42 is the end of August 2005) in India is now the highest ranked female tennis player ever has. His original goal was 100 registered by the end of 2005, but it is a very good performance on her debut at the beginning of more than 50 years. (This year she is there to protect the very few points, so, in fact, have contributed to the above chart.) Until July 2005, he was ranked 5th in the middle of the Asian woman. Rank 206 in 2004, his year - end on. 
"I do not call me early, because my mother is too short to be a coach refused to coach me," Mirza said. "A month later, such a young age is good, my parents called to say that a player did not see that." [WTATour interview] She is 5 feet 7.

In 2005, in 2004, was awarded the Arjuna award in tennis. She has two top 10 players, Svetlana Kuznetsova and Nadia Petrova in the defeat. He was, at the age of six, is a devout Muslim religion is the practice began at the tennis. 

In 2003, dropped with Sania and Alisa Kleybanova of Russia, won the Wimbledon women's doubles title. She was the third round of a Grand Slam series, appeared to be a wild card entry by the first Indian woman ever to win the Australian Open and created history in 2005. Round 3, which she lost to eventual champion Serena Williams. February 12, 2005, her title on the first Indian woman to win the final, defeating Alyona Bondarenko of Ukraine in the Hyderabad Open tennis singles. 
Wimbledon, his first year in three very tight sets, in 2005, defeating Akiko Morigami of Japan, 3-6, 8-6 6-3, Mirza won her first event. However, its small - Svetlana Kuznetsova (in the previous year, she defeated a player in the top ten for the success of the WHO), 4-6, 7-6, 4-6 second round loss. 

Acura Classics, legendary Pancho Segura gave rules, who roamed the courts in Ecuador - a player born in the United States and 50 in 1940, the Romanian tennis legend Nastase Sania for her portrayal of the hard - hitting the game on the same place. Sania Mirza is a natural way, and he was hitting the ball hard Segura gave rules on the success reported. These characteristics made him a symbol of Ilie Nastase. Career Highlights 
- 2005 US Open: 4th Round, despite bleeding toes on the winner, Marion Bartoli of France in straight sets to reach his 2nd round match (7-6 (4), 6-4) was voted best player in the defeat of the 3rd day. - 2005 Forest Hills Women's Tennis Classic, New York: reaches her second tennis final but failed to win - 2005 Acura Classic: third round to Akiko Morigami of Japan in Round 2 (2-6,6-4,4-6) Nadia Petrova in the loss of upsets. 8 ranked Petrova, breaking the top 50 in world ranking for the first time she won. 
- 2005 Dubai Tennis Championships: 2nd Round: Upset in the current US Open champion Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-4, 6-2 to reach the last quarter of - Ukraine 5-7, 6-4, in the final at the 2005 Hyderabad Open singles match and winning 6-3 in a tennis singles title, defeating Alyona Bondarenko of capture and the first Indian woman. - 2005 Australian Open singles: 3rd round of a Grand Slam was the first Indian woman to reach the 3rd round on. - 2004 Hyderabad Open tennis doubles, or an ATP Tour title and the first Indian woman ever to win the tournament (partnering with Liezel Huber) became the youngest ever to win the toss and India to capture a WTA Tour title. - 2003 Junior Wimbledon doubles: a junior Grand Slam title match (with partner Alisa klaibanovato) became the youngest Indian and the first Indian woman to win the toss.

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