Sania Mirza Biography
Sania Mirza was conceived in Mumbai, India on the fifteenth November, 1986 to Mr. Imran Mirza and Naseema. Saniya Mirza’s dad Imran was a games writer already after that he went into the printing business lastly he turned into a developer and her mom Naseema was connected with the printing business. The family later moved themselves in the city of Hyderabad. Saniya Mirza got her educating from Nasr School Khairatabad and passed her SSC examination with first division securing 63% imprints.
Saniya Mirza has got a more youthful sister by the name of Anam. Saniya was attracted to the grass tennis by her dad; she began playing tennis at the youthful age of six at Nizam Club Hyderabad. At the point when Saniya was first taken to the mentor he declined to mentor her, later on after a week he rang the folks of Saniya and let them know that he has never seen such an ability at such a young age. Her beginning preparing was taken care of by CK Bhupati father of Mahesh Bhupati, the fabulous Indian tennis player.
Sania Mirza’s dad was not able to deal with the costs of the preparation of Saniya hence he approached some business houses for help, GVK commercial ventures and Adidas began to support her from the age of 12 years. Later on her dad Imran assumed control as her mentor. Her physiotherapist is Badrinath.
Sania Mirza learnt the expert tennis at Sinnet Tennis Academy in Secunderabad after that she moved to the Ace Tennis Academy in the United States. At present her expert profession is being overseen by Global Sports, an organization connected with Mahesh Bhupati and she has designated Bob Brett who was beforehand the mentor of Boris Becker as an authority guide.
Saniya Mirza began playing in universal competitions from the year 1999 when she initially spoke to India in the World Junior Championship, Jakarta; after that Saniya went ahead to partake in the Asian Games in the year with Paes where she won a bronze award. She again did India pleased when she figured in the primary draw for the young ladies pairs junior Wimbledon Tennis competition with a 13 year old Russian player Alisa Kleybanova and won the Grand Slam title. Doing as such Saniya turned into the first most youthful Indian player to do as such.
Sania Mirza has won 21 ITF titles till date. In the year 2005 Saniya Mirza made waves in the tennis world when she came to the third and fourth adjusts of numerous Grand Slam competitions. She has a capable forehand (Double gave strike) and serves a cluster of strokes. She is incredibly impacted by the German player Stefi Graff.