Sania Mirza: Amalgam of Talent, Beauty and Sex Appeal
Sania Mirza: Achievements
In a cricket obsessed country like India, tennis player Sania Mirza's hysterical fan following speaks volumes about her Achievements. Mirza's meteoric rise to stardom has made her an inspiration for the young sports enthusiasts across the country. By becoming the first Indian woman to reach the third round of a Grand Slam Tournament at the 2005 Australian Open, Mirza proved that tennis in India is not merely dominated by the male counterparts. She improved her Grand Slam performance by reaching the fourth round of the US Open in the same year. In 2004, Sania Mirza was awarded the Arjuna Award by the Indian Government. In 2006, Sania Mirza was awarded a Padma Shri. She is the India’s fourth highest honor for her achievements as a tennis player.
Sania Mirza won a silver medal in the Women's Singles event and gold in the Mixed Doubles event (teamed up Leander Paes) at the 2006 Doha Asian Games. During the 2007 summer Hard Court season, Mirza came with best results of her careers. She finished eighth in the 2007 US Open. She was chosen to represent India at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, in the Women's Singles and Doubles events.
Sania and Shoaib: The Controversial Marriage
Tennis Diva Sania Mirza has many firsts to her credit for an Indian woman player. But, she is also immensely popular thanks to her Drop-Dead Gorgeous Looks and attitude. Sania broke many hearts when she got married to Shoaib Malik.
Sania Mirza was the Most Controversial Celebrity of the year 2011, she got married with the captain of Pakistani Cricket team Shoaib Malik and media of both countries gave a big coverage to every moment of their life till the wedding day. She had married twice in her life, one with his childhood friend Sohrab Mirza and second with the captain of Pakistan cricket team Shoaib Malik.