“Will Miss You” Sania Mirza’s Heartfelt Goodbye to Wimbledon After Losing in Semi-Finals


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Indian tennis star Sania Mirza played the final Wimbledon season of her career. She had announced earlier this will be her last year of playing at Wimbledon. Mirza played her last game at Wimbledon of her career in the mixed doubles, yesterday on Wednesday, 6th July. She lost the game and exited the event in the Semi-finals.

Sania Mirza

Sania Mirza officially retired from singles this year and said it will be her last in all-format tennis. She had won the Wimbledon title in women’s doubles in 2015 and now made her final appearance in mixed doubles. Mirza is also the former World No.1 in tennis and won Wimbledon. 

Also Read: French Open 2022: Sania Mirza-Lucie Hradecka knocked out of Women’s Doubles

Sania Mirza Tweeted

She took her departure on Instagram, uploading a post, and wrote, “Sport takes so much out of you…Mentally, physically, emotionally…The wins and the losses…hours of hard work and sleepless nights after tough losses. But it gives you soooo much in return that not many other ‘jobs’ can give you and for which i am forever grateful for the tears and the joy, the fight, and the struggle… The work we put in is all worth it in the end… It wasn’t meant to be this time @wimbledon but you have been nothing but spectacular. It has been an honor to play here and win here over the last 20 years… I will miss you until we meet again…”

Also Read: French Open 2022: Sania Mirza-Lucie Hradecka Qualifies for the Third Round in Women’s Doubles

“Will Miss You” Sania Mirza’s Heartfelt Goodbye to Wimbledon After Losing in Semi-Finals

Sania Mirza

Sania Mirza has several wins in her career, she had won the Australian Open, US Open, French Open, and plenty more. Mirza told NDTV about her plans to retire at the end of 2022. “I am feeling exactly the same. I think it came as bit of a shock to everyone and later I said that honestly, I shouldn’t have announced it so soon and should have come closer to end of the year and announced it because everybody got really emotional.”

Also Read: French Open 2022: Sania Mirza- Lucie Hradecka Heads to Second Round in Women’s Doubles


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