Sania Mirza Retirement

Sania Mirza Retirement: Six Grand Slam Doubles Title Winner Sania Mirza Bids Adieu To Tennis. Indian Tennis star Sania Mirza’s glorious 20-year-long career has come to an end with a defeat in the first round of the Dubai Duty-Free Tennis Championships. Sania Mirza lost her first-round match in a women’s doubles match with American partner Madison Keys. The pair went 4-6 0-6 down to the Russian pair of Vernokia Kudermetova and Liudmila Samsonova.

36 years old Sania Mirza, who began her professional tennis career in 2003, retires from tennis with six Grand Slam victories, including three women’s doubles titles with Swiss tennis legend Martina Hingis. Earlier in the Australian Open 2023, Sania Mirza and her childhood double partner Rohan Bopanna got the runner-up position in the mixed doubles.

In her illustrious tennis career, Mirza achieved the feat of becoming the first Indian woman to reach the second week of singles. Sania also got a ranking of World No. 27 on the singles tour.

A few days back the ace tennis player has been appointed as the team mentor of Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) for the first season of the Women’s Premier League (WPL 2023), which will kick start on March 4.

Sania Mirza Net Worth

With an estimated net worth of $25 million (206 cr) Sania Mirza is the wealthiest Indian sports star.