Today Sania Mirza will go to win her last Grand Slam: Australian Open…. Mixed doubles final with Bopanna to compete with Stephanie-Matos of Brazil
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India’s tennis star Sania Mirza will go on to win her last Grand Slam Australian Open on Friday morning. Will go to play the match. Sania, 36, has paired with 42-year-old Rohan Bopanna.
In the title match, the Indian pair of Sania-Bopanna will face the Brazilian pair of Louisa Stefani and Rafael Matos. This Indian pair won the mixed doubles title of French Open 6 years back in 2017. Talking about this tournament, Mirza became the champion in 2009 with Mahesh Bhupathi in the Australian Open.
can retire after victory
Sania Mirza may announce her retirement after winning the Grand Slam. A few months back, Sania had talked about retiring after the first Grand Slam of the year.
British-American pair bow out of semi-finals
The Sania-Bopanna pair had reached the final following semi-final exits of Britain’s Neil Skupski and American’s Desiree Krawczyk. The British-American pair retired in the third set of the semi-final match. Then the match was equal to one each. The Indian pair won the first set of the match 7-6. The British-American pair then made the match thrilling by winning the second set 7-6. The Indian players had won ten games of the last set. The competitor had won 6 games. read full news
Sania and Bopanna strategize during their semi-final match.
Got a walkover in the quarter final match
The Indian pair of Sania Mirza and Rohan Bopanna were given a walkover by Vega Hernandez of Spain and Janina Ostapenko of Latvia in their quarter-final encounter. The pair made it to the top-8 after defeating the Uruguayan pair of Ariel Behar and Makoto Ninomiya 6-4 7-6 in the pre-quarterfinal match.
Lose to unseeded pair in Women’s Doubles
Sania Mirza, along with her partner Ana Danilina, suffered an upset in the second round of the women’s doubles. The Indo-Kazakh 8th seeded pair went down 4-6, 6-4, 2-6 to the unseeded pair of Belgium’s Alison Van Uitvank and Ukraine’s Anhelina Kalinina. This fight lasted for about 2 hours.
Ryabkina in top-4 of women’s singles
Alina Ryabkina has booked a place in the women’s singles semi-finals. For the first time, she has reached the top-4 of the first Grand Slam of the year. Rybakina was eliminated from the second round defeat last year.
Ryabkina, 23, defeated Jelena Ostapenko of Latvia 6-2, 6-4 in straight sets. Now he will face 24th seed Victoria Azarenka. Top seed Eega Svatek and second seed Ons Zuber are already out.
Tsitsipas in the semi-finals for the third time in a row
Stefanos Tsitsipas has entered the semi-finals of the Australian Open for the third time in a row. He also became the youngest male player since Roger Federer (2004 to 2006) to reach three consecutive semi-finals at the Australian Open. In the men’s singles quarterfinals, third seed Tsitsipas overcame Czech Republic’s Jiri Lehka 6-3, 7-6, 6-4 in straight sets. She will now face Karen Khachanov. Whereas, Karen defeated Sebastian Korda 7-6, 6-3, 3-0 (retired hurt).