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The (un)official Sania Mirza Blog

Go to Google.
Key in sania mirza blog as the search keywords.
Look at the first result you get.

I am thinking of a new title for this blog already ;)

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xineohp said…
When one in every 10 posts on your blog contains the words "Sania Mirza" and "Blog" I guess thats bound to happen. Stop harping about it if you don't want it there at #1 :)
Anonymous said…
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Anonymous said…
well i think we need to think does she reserves so much of hype as what is being given in Indian media. The only factor promoting her is among 1 billion population nobody has such acheivements, but if you take her career i can bet she will never come to a position winning any of the grantslams. Probably beating one of the top 10 seeds itself will be a himalyan task for her. i predict it will never happen in her career graph. This is not the case of many promising stars around the world. They get noticed by beating big stars at some point of career and subequently grow into top ranks. letting her play tennis is not a problem. but this girl has identified that life is all about cashing it and now her main moto is how to encash on her newly established starhood. i dont think she is a promising tennis star. i do care for her as an indian achieved so much. let she win some good titles then we put a lot of hope on her.
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katrina said…
Dear,Friend
Sania Mirza is a Indian tennis player. She was born in Mumbai & now lives in Hyderabad.

Coached by her father Imran Mirza, she began playing tennis at the age of six, turning

professional in 2003. She was the highest ranked female tennis player ever from India,

with career high rankings of number 31 in singles & 24 in doubles.
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