SINGAPORE -- Cara Black and Sania Mirza cruised to the doubles title at the WTA Finals with an authoritative 6-1, 6-0 win over defending champions Peng Shuai and Hsieh Su-Wei on Sunday.
For Black, it was the third time she had won the doubles crown at the WTA Finals, while for Mirza it was her first victory at the season-ending championships.
It was a surprisingly one-sided final...
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Reporting from WIMBLEDON, England – If you still believe in the Olympic spirit, then you know it hasn’t been entirely hijacked by corporations and commercials and made-for-TV and shoe-company showdowns. You know it can have meaning bigger than gold, about cultures coming together, about celebrating the best of humanity.
Sania Mirza understands. And when three male tennis players...
If you still believe in the Olympic spirit, then you know it hasn't been entirely hijacked by corporations and commercials and made-for-TV and shoe-company showdowns. You know it can have meaning bigger than gold, about cultures coming together, about celebrating the best of humanity.
Sania Mirza understands. And when three male tennis players from India were bickering, looking...
India's top woman tennis player, Sania Mirza, blasted the national federation for using her as ''bait'' in a compromise to resolve a dispute over team selection for the Olympics.
Mirza said in a statement late Tuesday that her interests were ignored in a bid to pacify senior player Leander Paes, who had threatened to pull out of the London contingent after being...
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June 27, 2012
For a country of 1.2 billion people, India has struggled to find success at the Olympics, winning just one individual gold medal.
Sania Mirza, the country's top women's tennis player, hopes to help double that total in London this year.
India only has one singles player ranked in the top 100 - Somdev Devvarman at No. 86 in the ATP rankings - but it does have some of the...
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January 14, 2012
With Doomsday approaching in December 2012 (no I don't actually believe it's going to happen.....I think) the ASB Classic decided to ask some players, "What do you want to do before the world ends?" Sania Mirza wants to win a slam, Flavia Pennetta wants to have a baby (calling all men, calling all men!), and Svetlana Kuznetsova......she refuses to give the poor...