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Hyderabad welcomes Wimbledon hero Sania Mirza
It was early 3 am on a Tuesday morning, but that didn’t dampen the spirits as Sania witnessed numerous fans, who thronged to the airport to share in her joy and happiness after she became the first Indian woman in doubles to taste Wimbledon glory. (
It was early 3 am on a Tuesday morning, but that didn’t dampen the spirits as Sania witnessed numerous fans, who thronged to the airport to share in her joy and happiness after she became the first Indian woman in doubles to taste Wimbledon glory. (
12 years after turning Pro, 28-year-old Sania laid hands on her first women’s doubles Major title when she and Hingis battled past second seed Russian team of Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina 5-7, 7-6(4), 7-5 in a thrilling final. (Photo: DC)
12 years after turning Pro, 28-year-old Sania laid hands on her first women’s doubles Major title when she and Hingis battled past second seed Russian team of Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina 5-7, 7-6(4), 7-5 in a thrilling final. (Photo: DC)
In an interesting coincidence it was at these very historic courts that Sania had won women’s doubles junior Wimbledon championship with Russian partner Alisa Kleybanova in 2003. (Photo: DC)
In an interesting coincidence it was at these very historic courts that Sania had won women’s doubles junior Wimbledon championship with Russian partner Alisa Kleybanova in 2003. (Photo: DC)
Sania will forever be remembered as a Wimbledon champion now. She also hopes her victory fuels a new generation of young tennis players in India. "I hope it inspires a lot of girls and makes them believe they can be grand slam champions too," she
Sania will forever be remembered as a Wimbledon champion now. She also hopes her victory fuels a new generation of young tennis players in India. "I hope it inspires a lot of girls and makes them believe they can be grand slam champions too," she
Right now, Sania along with her teammate Martina Hingis will be savouring their victory and cherishing being etched in Wimbledon folklore. (Photo: DC)
Right now, Sania along with her teammate Martina Hingis will be savouring their victory and cherishing being etched in Wimbledon folklore. (Photo: DC)
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