Sania Mirza has declared her retirement and will compete in her final match in February.
Sania Mirza, the most accomplished female tennis player from India, has announced that the WTA 1000 in Dubai in February will be her final competition. A season-ending elbow injury prevented the 36-year-old from retiring at the end of 2022, but she didn’t want to wrap up her playing days in the locker room. According to Mirza, the goal is to attempt to retire in Dubai during the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships. “It feels fantastic.” “I’m feeling a lot right now,” said Masarova. “I like to believe that I am always capable of accomplishing more than I believe I am.”
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We were going to the WTA Finals, so I was planning to stop soon after them [in 2022], but I tore my elbow tendon right before the US Open and had to withdraw from everything. And being who I am, I prefer to do things on my own terms. “I’ve been exercising,TA she added. The first Grand Slam of the year, the Australian Open, which begins on January 16, will feature Mirza as well. Anna Danilina of Kazakhstan will be her partner for the women’s doubles match in Dubai as well. According to reports, she is scheduled to partner with fellow Indian Rohan Bopanna to play mixed doubles in what
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Sania made her retirement announcement at the Australian Open in 2017, noting that her body was deteriorating and that it was getting more difficult for her to practise both physically and psychologically. She recently reaffirmed it, adding, “I’m 36, and the main cause of it is because my body is exhausted.” Furthermore, I no longer have the mental capacity to exert that much emotional pressure. In 2003, I went pro. “My priority right now is to stop pushing my body to the maximum every single day because priorities change.” Sania was ranked 25th in doubles prior to her most recent injury in August, and she was having a strong run thanks to a doubles semifinal appearance at a WTA 1000 tournament in Toronto. She wanted it to end.
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Her return, however, was doubtful because of a painful elbow injury brought on by a ruptured tendon. She had said during a conversation in Mumbai that simply lifting up a water bottle was painful. The 36-year-old has a career-high singles rating of 27 and was a former No. 1 in the world in doubles. Along with medals at the Asian and Commonwealth Games, she is the first Indian woman to win a Grand Slam. She and Martina Hingis, one of the most successful women’s doubles teams, won her final slam at the 2016 Australian Open.
New Zealand’s AUCKLAND—Top-seeded On Saturday, Coco Gauff defeated Montenegrin Danka Kovinic 6-0, 6-2 to progress to the ASB Classic final. Gauff stated, “It means a lot; the last final was the French Open.” However, the most recent WTA event was in Parma [in 2021], so it has been some time. Coming into the competition, I didn’t anticipate this result. Whatever happens tomorrow, I couldn’t have wished for a better way to start the year. Gauff, 18, acknowledged in a courtside interview that, just over a week before the Australian Open, she was “in the groove” at the start of the year.
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Gauff remarked, “I guess [I’m in the groove]. It worked pretty well for me. Gauff was also happy to play in front of a crowd after a week of games being played indoors with no audience due to severe weather. Gauff secured her victory just before rain began to fall, postponing the second semifinal between Ysaline Bonaventure and Rebeka Masarova, two qualifiers. “I have a decent track record for rain coming from Florida,” Gauff added.”So I was pretty much on target because I knew we only had approximately 20 minutes remaining.” I made an effort to keep my attention on the game and not the approaching rain. However, it undoubtedly plays in your head.