Sania Mirza reach in tennis ‘Australia Open’
Sania Mirza reach in tennis ‘Australia Open’ third round. Sania Mirza became the first Indian woman to reach the third round of tennis ‘Australia Open’ in 2005. Sania Mirza is a pretty well-known face in tennis in India. She grew into the spotlight from her amazing performance and winning each and every soul. She has remained the most trustworthy Indian women’s tennis sportsperson up till presently. Before her appearance, no Indian eternally accomplished the ranking above 50 in WTA rankings in an exclusive range.
She is the sole Indian woman to have attained a Grand –Slam tournament. She set a record by beginning into the fourth course of the 2005 US Open defeating United States tennis player Mashona Washington, Italian tennis player Maria Elena Camerin and French tennis player Marion Bartoli. In 2005, Mirza directed to begin the third round of the Australian Open but unfortunately, she lost to Serena Williams.
Going into the 2005 Australian Open, Sania crushed Australian tennis player Cindy Watson and Hungarian tennis player Petra Mandula in the first and second rounds of the tournament, individually, to enter the third round where she was defeated United States tennis player Serena Williams. Indian tennis player Sania Mirza became the first-ever Indian woman to win her hometown performance, the 2005 AP Tourism Hyderabad Open, beating ninth-ranked Ukrainian tennis player Alona Bondarenko in the final of AP Tourism open, 6–4, 5–7, 6–3. Her good-formation proceeded at the 2005 Dubai Tennis Championships, wherein round two she defeated 4th grain and prevailing US Open titleholder to enter the second round of 2005 Wimbledon Championships, where she lost to Russian tennis player Kuznetsova in a close set of three-setter.
In her career, Mirza has distinguished victories over Russian tennis player Svetlana Kuznetsova, Russian tennis player Vera Zvonareva and French tennis player Marion Bartoli; as well as former World number one Swiss tennis player Martina Hingis, Russian tennis player Dinara Safina, and Belarusian tennis player Victoria Azarenka. She is the sky-scraping ranked female athlete eternally from India, with a career-highest bracket of 27 in singles matches and 5 in doubles. She has accomplished several beginnings for her mother country, including succeeding in a Pro-level heading and winning three influential combined doubles trophies at the 2009 Australian Open, the French Open in the year 2012, and the US Open in the year 2014 as well as qualifying for the WTA Finals in 2014 which she ultimately won.