Sania Mirza: The Era Of Eclat

“Only those who can see the invisible can do the impossible.” In today's world if I can see the one who saw through the invisible at an age of 16 and did conquer the impossible, she is none other than Sania Mirza, currently holding the top-berth in the women's doubles.

Born on 15th November 1986, in a town of Mumbai in India, Sania left no stone unturned for gaining success. To be No. 1 is easy but to maintain it is a hectic taste. But yes, she has  a great combination of beauty with brains which along with her hard work help her maintain that number 1 position.

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She began her international career at the age of 17 in 2003 and it was her strong will and determination to conquer the impossible that she notched all the singles in India Fed Cup team. Along with this, she won 2003 Wimbledon Championship girls Doubles title and was honored with Arjuna Award in 2004.

She is the highest ranked female tennis player ever from India. She is the first woman to be seeded in a Grand Slam tennis tournament. She was the first Indian woman to reach the fourth round of the Grand Slam tournament at 2005 US Open. In winning with Mahesh Bhupathi, the mixed doubles event at the 2009 Australian Open, she became the first Indian woman to win the Grand Slam title.        

In 2006 for incredible career achievement she was awarded with Padma Shree.

It is said that "nothing succeeds like success" and success also touches the feet of those who know the value of it and work accordingly. This lady is blessed with the word 'success'. She always wanted more out of life and never stopped and get moving on till she picked up first Grand Slam title at the 2009 Australian Open and also won mixed doubles along with Mahesh Bhupathi.

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Still, being a 30-years old, she carries a burning flame to grow, and obstacles don't stop her. As said "if you run into a wall don't turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it go through it and work around it". Yes, she did this till she won Wimbledon in 2015. It was for her incredible achievements she was honoured with Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award in 2015 and a year later she was awarded the Padma Bhushan, India's third-highest civilian honour.

In India, usually, women are not given much freedom to follow their dreams. Most of the parents want their daughter to become a doctor or an engineer. As soon as she talks of something different, her voice is suppressed. I would say it was a great contribution of her parents that helped her reach her dreams and follow the path of passion. Her life gives a lesson to those people who kill their daughters before their birth and think that women are just meant for household chores. She is an idol for women who have dreams to fight upon. Yes! we are proud of the daughter of our country.

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 Champions keep playing till they get it right and getting right is the word which never fades in the human dictionary. As it wants more and more from life. No one is perfect. She is an epitome of it and we wish her lots of love to take further massive strides in her life. 

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