when pase and mahesh broken their partnership i thought this is big loss for indian country, my self always wanted they play agian togetheir. because i want indian always shining in tennis world, So when i knew you won hydrabad open, what a good feeling now i always Pray with god and khuda they gave you a lot of success in your field. Sania ``chamko ek nai shakti bankar. best of luck for u.s. open my self wanted you beat sharaphova, and i also want you beat sarena
Sania's performance was more of a determined never-say-die attitude. She capitalises on the opponent's weakness too smartly. A ranking in the top-20 would demand her to reduce the unforced errors that could be seen in plenty. Nevertheless, she has a long way to go and has wonderful oppurtunities in the international arena to learn and improve! Keep going great guns, Sania! Good Luck!
It really is an excellent performance considering her fitness level at the moment, playing out 3 sets, irrespective of the opponent, takes it toll and Sania was stunningly upto it. She very much looks like a player in the top 20s, except for a slightly weak first serve, a little too much of unforced errors and some ordinary net play. Her backcourt play, especially her forehand, is as good as anyone in the world and she deserves to be in the 3rd round and even more than that. Instead of blindly placing out faith and cheers to the Cricketers who perform very rarely, let us all extend the same to the young brigade from other sports as Sania, Pankaj Advani and Joshna. For the better part of the third set she was hampered by a niggling leg injury, she never showed that vividly for the opponent to make full use of it, instead she calmly looked to finish off the points in a hurry from the baseline, she came out successful. This should indeed earn her some very good points and self confidence, more importantly money, which she badly needs at this part of her career. Wishes for more of these, Sania!