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Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle

SANIA MIRZA







 
 
 
Sania Mirza was born in Mumbai, India on the 15th November 1986 to   Mr. Imran Mirza and Naseema. Saniya Mirza’s father Imran was a sports journalist previously after that he went into the printing business and finally, he became a builder and her mother Naseema was associated with the printing industry. The family later relocated themselves in the city of Hyderabad. Saniya Mirza got her schooling from Nasr School Khairatabad and passed her SSC examination with the first division securing 63% marks.
 
Saniya Mirza has got a younger sister by the name of Anam. Saniya was drawn to the lawn tennis by her father; she started playing tennis at the tender age of six at Nizam Club Hyderabad. When Saniya was first taken to the coach he refused to coach her, later on after a week he called up the parents of Saniya and told them that he has never seen such a talent at such a tender age. Her initial training was handled by CK Bhupati father of Mahesh Bhupati, the legendary Indian tennis player.
 
Sania Mirza’s father was unable to take care of the expenses of the training of Saniya, therefore, he approached some business houses for help, GVK industries and Adidas started to sponsor her from the age of 12 years. Later on her father, Imran took over as her coach. Her physiotherapist is Badrinath.  
 
Sania Mirza learned professional tennis at Sinnet Tennis Academy in Secunderabad after that she moved to the Ace Tennis Academy in the United States. Currently, her professional career is being managed by Global Sports, a company associated with Mahesh Bhupati and she has appointed Bob Brett who was previously the coach of Boris Becker as a specialist advisor.
 
Saniya Mirza started playing in international tournaments from the year 1999 when she first represented India in the World Junior Championship, Jakarta; after that Saniya went on to participate in the Asian Games in the year with Paes where she won a bronze medal. She again did India proud when she figured in the main draw for the girls doubles junior Wimbledon Tennis tournament with a 13-year-old Russian player Alisa Kleybanova and won the Grand Slam title. Doing so Saniya became the first youngest Indian player to do so.
 
Sania Mirza has won 21 ITF titles to date. In the year 2005 Saniya Mirza created waves in the tennis world when she reached the 3rd and 4th rounds of many Grand Slam tournaments.  She has a very powerful forehand (Doublehanded backhand) and serves an array of strokes. She is greatly influenced by the German player Stefi Graff.

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