Sania Mirza’s Heartfelt Goodbye Note To Wimbledon
I Will Miss You: Sania Mirza: Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza on Wednesday emotionally bid adieu to the Wimbledon Championships after losing in the semi-finals of the mixed doubles event.
She had earlier crashed out of the women’s doubles competition. Sania is a former champion in the women’s doubles event, having won the title in 2015 and this year’s semi-final is her best performance in mixed doubles.
Sania had earlier announced that this would be her last year on the WTA circuit as the Indian star plans to retire after that. After her loss, Sania posted an emotional goodbye to Wimbledon on Instagram.
“Sports takes a lot from you…
Mentally, physically, emotionally…”
Sania mirza retired from tennis
Win and lose… after hours of hard work and hard defeats sleepless nights????
But it gives you so much in return that not many other ‘jobs’ can give you and for which I am forever grateful????
Tears and joy, fight and struggle…
the work we’ve put in is worth it in the end…
it wasn’t for @wimbledon this time but you’re nothing but brilliant???, It’s an honor to play here and win here in the last 20 years…
I Will Miss You: Sania Mirza
I miss you????
Until we meet again…” posted Sania on Instagram.
In women’s doubles, Mirza, a former world No. 1 player, has won the Australian Open, Wimbledon and US Open once each in the women’s doubles event.
He also won the Australian Open, the French Open and the US Open once each in the mixed doubles event.
She was also a semifinalist at the 2016 Olympic Games, losing in mixed doubles.
Sania had spoken to the media after announcing her plans to retire later this year.
“I’m feeling exactly the same way. I think it came as a shock to everyone and later I said that honestly, I shouldn’t have announced it (about retiring at the end of the season).
I should have come closer to the end of the year and announced it because everyone got really emotional,” Sania told the media.
“I have received a lot of messages and for me tennis will always be a very important part of my life.
I am grateful for my memories and achievements. I plan to finish at the end of the year, but I am in it. “One hundred percent and it’s a long year ahead,” Sania said.
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