Indian tennis star Sania Mirza Swansong at Wimbledon: says goodbye to the match

Indian tennis star Sania Mirza’s swansong appearance at Wimbledon ended on Wednesday. The Hyderabad-born tennis player lost to defending champions Neal Skupski and Desirae Krawczyk in the mixed doubles semi-finals here.

Mirza and sixth-seeded Croatian partner Mate Pavic lost 6-4 5-7 4-6 to Great Britain’s Skupski and American Krawczyk in two hours 16 minutes on Wednesday night.

“The tears and the fight and the struggle…the work we put in was worth it in the end…it wasn’t supposed to be this time at Wimbledon but you were nothing but spectacular, it was an honor to play here and winning here for the past 20 years…i will miss you until we meet again,” the 35-year-old tennis star tweeted on Thursday.

In another tweet, she shared how sports can take a player out – mentally, physically and emotionally. She also said he gives so much back that she was grateful for. Check out the tweet below.

The achievements of Sania Mirza

Sania Mirza (35) is India’s most accomplished tennis player, having won six Grand Slam titles, including three mixed doubles trophies. She was aiming to complete a Career Mixed Doubles Slam.

She won the mixed doubles titles at the 2009 Australian Open and 2012 French Open with Mahesh Bhupathi and at the 2014 US Open with Brazilian Bruno Soares.

This is Mirza’s best performance in mixed doubles at the All England Club. She had already reached the quarter-finals in 2011, 2013 and 2015. Six-time Grand Slam winner Sania had earlier announced that she would hang up her racket at the end of the 2022 season and confirmed that the 2022 season would be her last. . Mirza, following her first-round loss in the women’s doubles at the current Australian Open, made the statement during the post-match press conference.

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Sania Mirza has now bid farewell to Wimbledon after winning a women’s doubles title in 2015, partnering Martina Hingis who was also shared by Wimbledon’s Twitter account.

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