Speaking about the emotional loss, Sania said, “I think that my realistic chance of winning a medal while I was peaking was this (Rio 2016) and we came as close as we could.
At some point in our lives, we have always been asked to not go play in the sun because you will become dark, and you won’t get married.We have always been asked when we are going to have kids.However, they called it quits in August this year and since then, there has been a lot of speculation about their split. The pair lifted their second trophy in Tokyo and also made the finals in Wuhan in 2016.Opening up about the split, Mirza asserted that the only reason behind their decision was the lack of results. Sania plans to continue playing with Barbora in the upcoming 2017 season and believes their games really suit each other.Mincing no words, Sania said, “The problem is that there are certain questions asked to women without thinking that there is anything wrong with them.
And that’s the cause that we as women, and especially modern, independent women, are all fighting for.
He is bit injured with his back over the last four-five months, so he has been struggling with his body.
If he feels his back is not 100 percent, then maybe I will play with somebody else,” she said.
Being a woman athlete is probably the toughest thing you can do.
The margin of error is very, very small,” she explained.
2016 was an extremely successful year for Indian tennis star Sania Mirza, but it was marred with the disappointment of narrowly missing out on an Olympic medal and her split from long-time partner Martina Hingis. It’s sad to finish a partnership of any kind in anything in life. She’s happy in the space with whom she’s playing with now.