Sania Mirza… The name, who kept India’s flag flying high in Grand Slam in the last 19 years. This one name always used to come up in every Grand Slam. Moving forward, showing India’s strength, making the impossible possible, but now this name will never appear in the Grand Slam. He played the last Grand Slam tournament of his career on Friday. There was a desire to end this journey with the title, but in the final of the Australian Open, the pair of Sania and Rohan Bopanna had to face defeat from the pair of Stefani and Matos.
With unfulfilled desire and a broken heart, when Sania reached to collect the runner-up’s trophy, she herself cried for 56 seconds, every Indian spectator present on the court also cried and every fan of the country also cried listening to her words. Court. Even those who are not fond of tennis could not stop their tears after seeing Sania’s last Grand Slam Good Boy. How could she stop, this Indian player has taken Indian tennis to a whole new level. Showed the world that Indian players also have the power to win Grand Slams.
“My professional career started in Melbourne… I couldn’t think of a better arena to finish my [Grand Slam] career at.”
— #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) January 27, 2023
He started by saying-
If I cry, it is tears of happiness. I don’t want to take away from Matos-Stephanie the moment she deserves.
I’m still going to play a few more tournaments, but my career started in Melbourne in 2005, when I was 18 and played against Serena Williams. Rod Laver Arena has always been special to me. Couldn’t have been a better venue for my last Grand Slam. I never thought that I would play a Grand Slam in front of my son.